Archive for the “News” Category

Yapton Beerex 2017: Beer and Cider of the Festival

The votes have been counted, and we can announce the winners of the LocAle, Beer and Cider of the Festival awards.

Cider/Perry of the Festival

2=: Snail’s Bank Perry
2=: Winnal’s Longdon Perry
1: Crafty Cider Smoak Matured

LocAle of the Festival:

3: Langham Godiva
2: Gribble Pig’s Ear
1: Siren White Tips

Beer of the Festival:

3: Sadler’s Mud City
2: Brinkburn Street The Pursuit of Hoppiness
1: Siren White Tips

Comments Off on Yapton Beerex 2017: Beer and Cider of the Festival

Yapton Beerex 2017

Tickets for the Beerex are now on sale. For more details, please see the Yapton Beerex 2017 page.

Comments Off on Yapton Beerex 2017

Branch Pub of the Year, 2017

Congratulations to the Inglenook, Nyetimber, on being voted Pub of the Year for 2017. That’s three years in a row!

Comments Off on Branch Pub of the Year, 2017

Yapton Beerex 2016: download the programme

You can now download the final Yapton 2016 programme here. Hopefully all the beers listed will turn up — if not, we’ll have a blackboard listing the changes in the main hall.

Comments Off on Yapton Beerex 2016: download the programme

Yapton Beerex 2016

May 13, 2016May 15, 2016

Tickets are now on sale for Yapton Beerex 2016!

To book, please send an SAE and a cheque payable to Western Sussex CAMRA to Western Sussex CAMRA, 22 Kingsmead Road, Middleton on Sea, PO22 6NG. (No personal callers, please.) Don’t forget to say which sessions you want tickets for!

You can also buy tickets over the bar at the Selden Arms and the Brooksteed Ale House in Worthing, the Chichester Inn in Chichester, the Wilkes Head in Eastergate, and the Maypole Inn in Yapton.

More details on Yapton Beerex 2016.

Comments Off on Yapton Beerex 2016

Yapton 2015 Beer of the Festival

The Yapton Beer of the Festival results are in:

Beer of the Festival

Equal 2nd place:
Dancing Man Big Casino IPA (5.0%)
Tiny Rebel Cereal Killer (3.0%)
1st place:
Downlands Devil’s Dyke Salted Caramel (5.0%)

LocAle of the Festival

Equal 3rd place:
Dancing Man Big Casino IPA (5.0%)
Downlands Root Thirteen (3.6%)
2nd place:
Downlands Devil’s Dyke Salted Caramel (5.0%)
1st place:
Vibrant Forest Radicale Oat & Coffee Stout (5.7%)

Cider/Perry of the Festival

3rd place:
Double Vision Cider (7.4%)
2nd place:
Sheppy’s Farmhouse Cider (6.0%)
1st place:
Heck’s Red Pear (6.5%)

Congratulations to all the winners! The presentations will take place over the next couple of months — look for them in the branch diary.

Comments Off on Yapton 2015 Beer of the Festival

Yapton Beerex programme available to download

A draft version of the Yapton Beerex 2015 programme is now available to download.

This is the final version, so it should reflect what’s available (assuming what’s delivered matches what we ordered!)

Comments Off on Yapton Beerex programme available to download

Yapton 2015 tickets now on sale

Yapton Beerex tickets are now on sale, both by post and over the bar in local pubs.

More details on Yapton Beerex 2015, including ticket sales details.

Comments Off on Yapton 2015 tickets now on sale

Pub of the Year 2015: the Inglenook, Nyetimber

Congratulations to the Inglenook, Nyetimber, on being voted Pub of the Year for 2015.

As well as the regular London Pride and Young’s Special, the pub has several guest beers, including some strong ones that are unusual for the area. (If you overindulge, accommodation is also available!)

They also have a pub cat, who is on the mend after a recent car accident, and a pub parrot — an unusual feature!

Congratulations to Tony, Edna, Garry and their staff.

UPDATE: The award will be presented at 2pm on Saturday, March 14.

Comments Off on Pub of the Year 2015: the Inglenook, Nyetimber

Gribble Inn update

Restoration work has finally started at the Gribble Inn in Oving after a great deal of hassle for Simon and Nikki. The estimated completion date is the end of February 2015.

In the meantime, the Gribble Brewery Tap will be open in the old skittle alley on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Opening time is 12:00 on all three days, with Friday closing at 22:30 and Saturday and Sunday closing at 18:00.

The beer list will necessarily be a bit more restricted than it was in the pub, but at least you’ll be able to drink it!

Please do pop in if you can.

Comments Off on Gribble Inn update