Revellers drink festival dry as sun shines on Brackley Park

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THE sun shone on Brackley Park last weekend as revellers made their way through 54 barrels of real ale, 62 barrels of lager and cider, three barrels of Pimms and 100 bottles of wine.

In his last year as chairman of the Round Table Beer Festival committee Chris Brennan thanked everyone involved and he said: “It’s been an inspiring day. To see so many people having such great time, in such beautiful surroundings is brilliant.

MHBG-02-08-12 Brackley Beer Festival 'Pictured:The Room next Door entertained the crowds.'They are all 15 and won last yers Brackley's Got Talent

MHBG-02-08-12 Brackley Beer Festival 'Pictured:The Room next Door entertained the crowds.'They are all 15 and won last yers Brackley's Got Talent

“The bands were fantastic, we couldn’t have done it without all the volunteer staff, and the people of Brackey were awesome.”

Mr Brennan thanked vice-chairman Jess Breward who will take over from him, and hopes it will be easier to plan next year.

Mr Brennan said they had to jump a number of hurdles to hold festival in the park and added: “When its something for the community, by the community they should be more lenient.”

MHBG-02-08-12 Brackley Beer Festival 'Pictured:Tony Smith pouring a pint of White Horse Brewery bitter

MHBG-02-08-12 Brackley Beer Festival 'Pictured:Tony Smith pouring a pint of White Horse Brewery bitter