Mold is hosting its very first NovemberFest on 23rd to 25th November at St Mary's Church Hall in King St and in venues throughout the town.
The timetable is:
Friday 23rd November – 6:30pm to 10pm
Irish and skiffle evening featuring Barleycorn Hop & Helpers. Price £7.00
Saturday 24th November – midday to 5pm
Folk afternoon with Pentenyn and others. Price £5.00
Saturday 24th November – 6:00pm to 10pm
Sixties evening starring Back Beat & support. Price £7.00
Sunday 25th November – midday to 3pm
Easy Listening with the Trotters. Price £3.00
Tickets are available from:
Wetherspoons – Wrexham Street, Mold,
Ruthin Castle – New Street, Mold,
Gwinology – Wrexham Street, Mold,
Delyn Wine Bar – King Street, Mold,
Mold Town council – Mold Town Hall, Earl Road, Mold.
Among the featured breweries is Hafod Brewing Company Ltd is a microbrewery based in Mold.
Founded in May 2011, it officially started trading in October of 2011 to local pubs in and around its home town of Mold.
News of the brewery soon spread and the brewery now supply numerous outlets from pubs to restaurants with finest quality real ales and bitters.
The beers are brewed using only 4 natural ingredients; Malted Barley, Hops, Water and Yeast.
Nothing else is added, so you can be sure that your pint of Hafod is free from added artificial nasties!
For your chance to win 2 tickets to the Saturday afternoon session answer the question below:
What are the four natural ingredients in Hafod's real ale?
Closing date: 12 noon Wednesday 21st November 2012.
See full story in the Chester Leader