MORE than 40 real ales will be on offer as well as ciders, perries and country wines at this year’s Erewash CAMRA beer festival.
The event runs on Friday September 16 and Saturday September 17 at the Westgate Suite, Westgate, Long Eaton.
Ten local breweries have ales on offer at the popular festival.
This year the festival will honour Erewash Borough Councillor, Bill Camm who died earlier this year.
The first barrel of Bill Camm Stout, brewed by Stanley Common based Nutbrook Brewery, will be tapped by the Mayor of Erewash, Cllr Kevin Miller at the festival on Friday.
Doors are open from 12 noon to 11pm on both days. Admission costs £2 before 6pm and £3.50 after.
CAMRA members will pay £1 at any time.
Souvenir beer glasses will also be available to buy for £2.50 at the event.