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Beer Festival: This Saturday At Selhurst

27 May 2015

Tickets are now selling fast for the 5th Annual CPFC Beer Festival this coming Saturday, 30th May. Doors open at 12 noon and the festival ends at 7pm. The club are expecting a sell out crowd and it is unlikely that any tickets to be available on the day so we would urge supporters who are planning to attend to buy now. The £10 entry fee includes a souvenir glass and a programme.


The festival, in the Holmesdale Road Stand at Selhurst Park, will be opened by Actor, Palace Fan and Brewer Neil Morrissey and supporters will also have the chance to meet Palace stars of today and legends of the past. These include Julian Speroni, Keith Millen, Dave Madden (scorer of that crucial penalty in the 1989 play-off final) and Palace’s all-time record appearance-holder, Jim Cannon. For a small donation to the Geoff Thomas Foundation there will be photo opportunities and autograph signings.


There will be live music throughout the day including the return of The South London Jazz Orchestra, with a 30 piece brass section.


Food will be available throughout the festival and there will be football to watch on the pitch as well as the FA Cup final which will be shown live on the tv screens.


The choice of beers and ciders this year is better than ever with over 100 cask ales and 40 draught ciders and perries as well as a large range of bottled beers.   


In keeping with our motto “South London and Proud”,  we will be featuring beers from South London micro-breweries, many of which are new and are appearing for the first time. These include :-


The Cronx – Croydon

Gipsy Hill – Upper Norwood

London Beer Factory – West Norwood

Late Knights - Penge

Belleville – Wandsworth Common

Brick – Peckham

Brixton – Brixton

Clarkshaws – Brixton

Brockley – Brockley

By the Horns – Earlsfield

Sambrooks – Battersea

The Kernel - Bermondsey


We will also feature beers from some of the UK’s most highly rated micro-breweries, many of which are seldom, if ever, seen in South London.  These include :-



Blue Monkey – Nottinghamshire


Bushy’s – Isle of Man

Dark Star – Sussex

Fyne Ales – Argyll, Scotland

Hopback – Wiltshire

The Hop Studio – York

Isle of Skye – Scotland

Kelham Island – Sheffield

Magic Rock – Huddersfield

Oakham – Peterborough

Roosters – North Yorkshire

Saltaire – West Yorkshire

Thornbridge – Derbyshire


Above all, the CPFC Beer Festival is the ultimate end of season party for all Palace fans and a chance to celebrate another successful year in the Premier League for our club.


CLICK HERE to purchase your tickets online for this event. 

CLICK HERE to watch the video showing our visit to the Cronx brewery. 



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