Crystal Palace co-owner Stephen Browett has told fans to expect a party atmosphere at the end of season Beer Festival on Saturday 30th May.
During a recent trip to The Cronx Brewey, who will be providing beers for the festival, Browett spoke about the fun time fans could expect to have at the event.
Asked what fans could expect on the day, Browett said: "A party, an end of season party. It's a really good laugh. There will be two or three thousand Palace fans, lots of beer and music, a good laugh."
He then, along with Palace TV's Chris Grierson, spoke to the owners of The Cronx Brewery and tasted some of the beers that will be available at the festival.
The owners, Mark Russell and Simon Dale, are both boyhood Eagles fans, something which Stephen Browett felt added to the community atmosphere at the club and the beer festival, especially.
"South London and Proud is the motto and it's good to support local businesses. It's great to keep things local," he said.
The full video of Stephen and Chris' visit to The Cronx Brewery can be found, for free, at eagles.cpfc.co.uk.
More information on the Beer Festival, which takes place between 12 noon and 7pm on Saturday 30th May, can be found HERE. Neil Morrissey will be opening the event.