This bank holiday weekend, The Chambers will be hosting their 13th Easter Ale and Cider Festival.

 

Starting on Thursday, expect great Kentish ales and ciders alongside freshly prepared food using the festivals top quality drinks as ingredients: “It’s run entirely in house by our team and we source all the products.  It started in 2004 because we are a bar with passion for good ale so we thought the best way to 'show your wares' so to speak was to host an ale fest, and here we are” said owner Chris. 

 

They will also be serving an Easter Sunday roast.

Ale & Cider Festival @ The Chambers

Not only will there be a wide variety of drinks to try, The Chambers will also have live music throughout the weekend, as well as raffles and ‘guess the…whatever’ games, with all money raised going to the Leas Lift.

 

Entry to the festival is free apart from a £2 Quiz on Sunday evening.  All the ales, regardless of their strength is £3.50 and ciders are priced individually.

 

“Ales from 3.8% ABV to 6.8% ABV ranging from light hoppy ale to dark as night strong malty ale. Ciders are sweet, med, & dry and ales many flavours too; such as mango, apple & pear, beetroot, cherry and also honey” Said Chris.

 

Sounds good to us! Cheers Folkestone.

The Chambers Easter Ale & Cider Festival

Thursday 24 to Sunday 27 March

 

Live music:

Thursday – JW Jones (Canadian Blues)

Friday – Steve ‘Boltz’ Bolton (Local Music)

Saturday – The King Bees (Perfect Festival Band)

 

Sunday - Easter Sunday Quiz - 8pm