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Tickets Running Out For Beer Festival

20 May 2013

There has been a huge surge in ticket sales over the weekend for the 3rd Annual Beer Festival, taking place here at Selhurst Park just five days after the Championship Play-Off Final.

With over a hundred beers, ciders and bottled beers from around the world, superb entertainment, a hog roast and much, much more, the CPFC Beer Festival is shaping up to be the best ever. 

Palace favourites Croydon’s Cronx Brewery are preparing a brand new ale to launch exclusively at the festival, along with five other varieties. In just one year Cronx owners Mark Russell and Simon Dale have launched a number of critically acclaimed beers that are being served in more and more outlets across London.

Traditional favourites from Hook Norton and Wychwood breweries make a welcome return to the event, which takes place on Saturday 1st June between 12noon and 7pm.

The Dark Star brewery and Cheshire’s Coach House brewery will also return, bringing with them their ‘Hot Ginger’ and ‘Lemon’ infused ales for the first time. 

From sponsors Sharps there’s the new ‘Ice Ale - deep red in colour with the aroma of fresh hops and berry fruits, it's unique distillation process means that it's one of the cleanest tasting red ales ever produced. 

And there will be an opportunity to meet the brewers, as the Cornish brewery’s Master Brewers will be on hand on the day to offer tips and advice on what to look out for in a good ale.

There will also a fantastic showing from many of the new London Brewers, as we welcome the London Brewers Alliance to Selhurst Park. New breweries from Wandsworth and Penge, established brewers from Camden and Shoreditch, as well as new to the festival entries from Richmond, Twickenham and Windsor will create a superb diverse blend of IPA’s, Porters and special blended ales that enhances the festival further.

With over thirty ciders from around the UK also set to feature at the event, including the world's first genuine Strawberry cider and more music than ever before, the remaining tickets look set to be snapped up quickly.

Tickets for the CPFC Beer Festival cost just £6 each and pre-booking guarantees a free commemorative glass, etched with the new Crystal Palace crest - the first time that the Eagles' new identity will be available to own!

If you haven’t got your ticket yet, you can do so by clicking HERE, or by contacting the box office on 0871 200 0071. Tickets will be available on the day, at the increased price of £12.

Whatever the result at Wembley, the 3rd Annual CPFC Beer Festival will be a great opportunity for everyone to celebrate a fantastic season!

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