Warslow & Elkstones Action Group Presents
Warslow Beer & Classic Vehicle Festival
Saturday 1st July 2017
FREE ENTRY 12 NOON - 12 MIDNIGHT
This year, once again, we have something for all the family, including children's entertainment, live bands, vintage rally, a fell race, fabulous food from the Peak District and of course, a wonderful array of over 25 real ales and ciders.
12.00 noon START - Food served all day!
2.00 - 4.00 WARSLOW SILVER BAND
Throughout the afternoon, events in the field including:-
Coconut Shy, Face Painting, Skittles, Bouncy Castle, Cupcake Decorating, 6 inch Nail Contest! (Free beer to winner)!
4.30 - 5.15 MAGIC SHOW! (Adults welcome)
5.30 - 6.30 CHILDREN’S DISCO (Adults welcome!)
7.00 - 8.30 DAVE HUDSON!
9.00 until Midnight PAPA FUNK!
*Times are approximate
Warslow Silver Band
Our very own Warslow Silver Band are back again this year with their lively mix of band standards and intriguing surprises.
The Silver Band open up our entertainments with a couple of performances starting at around 2pm.
Always popular with kids and adults alike.
Papa Funk & the Soul Dividers are a four-piece funk and soul band, fronted by Sarah Miller.
They will have you bopping and grooving to a huge repetoire of funk and soul classics.
PJ Children's Superstar
PJ is a very popular children's entertainer, DJ and family showman.
He brings his action-packed, mayhem-filled magic show and kids disco to the Beer Festival for the first time.
Fun for all the family!
Beer & Food
Enjoy over 20 real ales and ciders from a wide range of breweries. Previous years have seen excellent ales from Thornbridge Brewery, Hartington Brewery, Whim Ales, Leatherbritches, Peak Ales, Falstaff Brewery and many more...
Last Year’s Beer List
1. Lemongrass & Ginger 3.8%
2. Mad Ruby 4.4%
3. Blind Tiger 4.5%
4. Roaring Meg 5.5%
5. Lewsy Lous 3.8%
6. Milk Stout 6.0%
7. Ashby Pride 4.0%
8. Malt Teaser 4.6%
9. Poet's Tipple 4.0%
10. Mayhem 5.0%
11. Bohemian Dark 5.9%
12. Neolithic 4.1%
13. Lapsong Golden Lager 4.0%
14. Late OTT 4.0%
15. Back, Sack, Quack 4.2%
16. Marynka Session IPA 3.3%
17. Bohemian Gold 5.9%
18. Essington Bitter 3.8%
19. Flower Power 5.3%
20. 3 Faze 3.8%
21. Essington IPA 4.8%
22. Hartington IPA 4.5%
23. Churchill's Pride 3.9%
24. Steep Hill 4.3%
Farmhouse Perry 7.0%
Norman Cider 7.5%
Game Cock Sweet Cider 4.5%
Stoke Red Cider 7.5%
The Beer Festival was originally set up as a beer and food festival and the tradition of having excellent things to eat throughout the day continues.
Proceeds of food sales go towards good causes and next year’s festival.
Burgers and Sausages
Locally sourced beef and sausages served on freshly baked buns (Ashbourne Bakery) with delicious fried onions and condiments.
The now legendary vegetable chilli served with fresh bread and butter.
We never seem to have enough of these amazing vegetable samosas made by hand in Normanton, Derby.
Produced and donated by villagers and locals, there’s a wide array of cup cakes, sliced cakes, brownies, etc.
Warslow Beer Festival Fell Race 2017
Results of the 2nd Warslow Fell Race:
A VERY BIG THANK YOU to everyone who helped make the 2nd Warslow fellrace a success – locals, festival folks, Barbara and Chris, the weather, farmers (Mellors, Derbyshires, Grindons, Ruschs, Hudsons, Hightons), marshals – in no particular order –Anne (rockbuns), Adrian, Pete, Noel, Harvey, Hels, Patty, Chris, Tim, Lesley, Kerri, Sarah, Darran, big Col, Simon (cow whisperer), Sam, Josie, Julie (& Johnny), Andrea, Lucy (the funnel crew – Pete again), both Wills (Mr numbers, and Mr nasty course designer), Sally and Ian (sooty and sweeper extraordinaire)……… Fabian4 online entry, and of course – everyone who ran.
Hope to see you all again in 2018, Rick
A popular attraction every year in the field opposite Warslow Village Hall.
Get up close and personal to an array of machinery from classic cars to tractors and steam engines.
If you have a vintage or classic vehicle, no matter how pristine or tatty, please bring it along - the more the merrier!
Free camping is available for Beer Festival guests on SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY.
The campsite is opposite the Village Hall and will be well sign-posted.
There are no facilities on the field but the public toilets in the Village Hall are open all night.
Please be careful when crossing the road at night, especially with children - it is a 30mph zone but no-one seems to stick to the limit...
Space is available on a first come, first served basis.
If you would like to camp on Friday or over the whole weekend with a caravan or campervan, please contact Hulme End Campsite which is only about a mile away.