Is a series of CAMRA authored articles on real ale, local pubs, and the industry in general, which appear regularly in the local newspaper, the Lincolnshire Echo.
The latest issue of ImpAle is now available online.
The Mayor of Lincoln, Cllr Chris Burke, opens the 2017 Lincoln Beer Festival.
Planning is well underway for this years Lincoln Beer Festival. It’s shaping up to be another great event, but as usual we can not run it without your help!
Jobs include; getting people admitted into the festival, dispensing glasses to thirsty attendees, serving on one of our three bars, assisting the volunteering team, selling products at our CAMRA shop & signing up new members to the campaign on our membership stand. No experience? Don’t worry! Our core team of volunteers are happy to show you the ropes.
Benefits of working include;
- Free Refreshments
- Free Beer
- Food Subsidy
(Terms & conditions apply)
Any time you can spare is much appreciated be it one shift, one day or more!
Please visit Lincoln Beer Festival Volunteering for the volunteering form.
Volunteers needed on the following days on the following areas, these are the times of the day we need people, you do not have to do a full 12 hours, any time you can offer in any of the following areas is much appreciated, be it 3/4 hours or more!
- Thursday 25th May
Door; 20:00-24:00 2 volunteers
Glasses; 20:00-24:00 3 volunteers
- Friday 26th May
Ale Bar; 18:00-19:00 1 Volunteer 19:00-22:00 4 volunteers 22:00-close 6 Volunteers
Imported Bar; 17:00-18:00 1 volunteer 18:00-24:00 2 Volunteers
Cider Bar 15:00-17:00 1 volunteer
Glasses; 12:00-16:00 1 Volunteer
- Saturday 27th May
Ale Bar; 18:00-23:00 7/8 volunteers
Imported Bar; 12:00-16:00 1 volunteer
Cider Bar 18:00-24:00 1 volunteer
Door; 12:00-13:00 2 volunteers
Glasses; 12:00-13:00 1 volunteer, 18:00-24:00 1 volunteer
The Strugglers Inn, voted Lincoln Branch CAMRAs City Pub of the Year 2017 & overall runner up. Well done to Anna and her staff!
Planning for the 2017 Lincoln Beer Festival started last October. And I’m pleased to report that we have lots of local CAMRA members keen to get involved in organising this major event.
One of the first issues we discussed was where to hold the festival. At popular times, customers usually have to queue to get in to the Drill Hall. To ensure the comfort and safety of everyone there, we are not allowed to have more than 500 customers in the venue at any one time. So, once we hit that limit, it’s “one out, one in”. Continue reading “Beer Festival stays put”