700 Ale lovers ascend on hills for Snowdonia Ale Trail
The hills were alive with the sound of 700 revellers joined an award-winning ale trail. The Ale was flowing at venues from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Criccieth on Saturday when the Snowdonia Real Ale Trail hit North West Wales. More than 700 revellers sampled some of the finest independent Ales the UK has to offer across 8 […]READ MORE
New Ale Route Around Wirral is Revealed! June 10th 2017
As the weather hots up, so do the beer gardens of the pubs on the Wirral Real Ale Trial. 2017 is the second year and 3rd bus based Real Ale Trail for the Wirral – a rather unique event that takes place Saturday June 10th and we are rather proud to reveal a new route […]READ MORE
One for the Road, the Bused Based Festival Comes Back to Snowdonia!
The highly-anticipated bus based festival Snowdonia Real Ale Trail is back June 10th and reveals two new rural pubs changing it’s route. The Snowdonia Ale Trail is made up of specially selected pubs chosen for their ales and great hospitality. There is never a need to drive to the pub as The Real Ale Trail […]READ MORE
Bus Based Festival Ale Festival is a hit with the locals
Conwy’s first bus based Ale Festival was a roaring success with Festival goers. Conwy is probably least known for its pubs or its centuries old brewing history. That’s was all set to change this Saturday May 6th when 800 Ale lovers flocked to Conwy this weekend to ride on a bus and experience over 50 […]READ MORE
Flintshire Real Ale Trail returns with new Bus company.
Flintshire only Bus based Real Ale Trail festival featuring 9 rural pubs and 1200 local people returns for its 8th years on Saturday April 29th. The hugely popular Flintshire Real Ale Trail was disappointedly canceled last year due to the collapse of GHA Coaches, but it’s back this year with a new bus company and […]READ MORE
The Conwy Real Ale Trail Bus Based Festival 2017
The Bus Based Real Ale Trail finally arrives in Conwy, North Wales for its very first event. Arriving in Conwy on Saturday 6th of May 2017, hundreds of Ale lovers will be transported literally to 7 of the Conwy’s unique pubs and one special micro brewery where you could potentially experiencing over 50 unique and […]READ MORE
Local Microbreweries, Stars of the Wirral Ale Trail
The Wirral may have been known for the Victorian Pleasure Gardens, Hilbre Island and maybe even Thor’s Stone, but that is all set to change. Microbreweries in the Wirral are becoming brewing power-houses. While here to stay, they’re putting the Wirral firmly on the map whilst competing with leading beers nationally and internationally. These Wirral […]READ MORE
6 Reasons Why You Should Spend your Saturday on the Wirral Ale Trail
For the second time this year the Ale Trail loops the Wirral on Oct 22nd stopping off at some rather unusual pubs in order to drink some rather tasty ales, but tasty Ales are not the only reason to spend a Saturday on the Trail. Here are the 6 reasons why we think you should […]READ MORE
Smash hit Ale Trail hits Wirral at last – get on our bus!
New Bus Based Festival to Hit the Wirral on Saturday Wirral is probably least known for its pubs or its centuries old brewing history. That’s all set to change this Saturday June 4th when hundreds of Ale lovers flock to the Wirral this weekend to experience over 50 unique real ales in ten of the Wirral’s […]READ MORE
Fancy a few beers but don’t want to drive?
WIRRAL is full to the brim with some of the best pubs a real ale drinker could wish for, with its own breweries and a huge array of villages to drink in. But sampling those pubs – and most importantly, that ale – presents your average real ale fan with one major problem: who’s going to […]READ MORE