The Baytown Beer Festival at the Victoria Hotel in Robin Hood’s Bay is to be held on Sunday 30 and Monday 31 August 2015.
Hosted by the Victoria Hotel, in conjunction with local company Baytown Beers, the festival will showcase up to 16 local ales. All Baytown’s beers will be available together with a wide range of real ales from in and around the North York Moors National Park.
The Baytown Beer Festival aims to give a fun bank holiday weekend for all the family and will also seek to raise money for local charities.
Organisers Andrew Fiddler of the Victoria Hotel said: “We aim to run a festival that will please real ale connoisseurs and people wanting a fun day out.”
More details can be found on www.baytownrhb.com
The Victoria Hotel provides the perfect venue for a summer festival. It was purpose built in 1897 and offers superb views over Robin Hoods Bay from its cliff top location. Facilities include a large bar, family room, sea view restaurant and tea room.
The Baytown beer range is available in 500ml bottles or cask and keg and all drinks are named to commemorate the key characters of Baytown’s 18th century smuggling times.
Baytown Bitter at 4%abv is named after the 18th century locals’ name for Robin Hoods Bay. Smuggler’s Haul is a 6% strong bitter with Squire’s Connivance a 5% Porter. Press Gang’s Arrival is a 3.8% pale ale, Revenue’s Revenge is a 4.2% premium lager and feminine wiles are celebrated with Petticoat’s Deceit a 4% premium cider.
Andrew Fiddler at the Victoria Hotel can be contacted on 01947 880205 and Paul Johnston of Baytown Beers is on 01947 880513.