Entry to the beer festival on Saturday 26 or Sunday 27 April
Showcasing 50 real ales and 10 craft ciders
Includes sausage sandwich or burger each
Live music acts, craft stalls, archery and family entertainment
Plus a commemorative 1/3 pint glass to keep with ale
The Fine Print
Valid 26 -27 Apr 2014 only.
Limit 1 per 1, 2 or 4 person. May buy 9 additional as gifts.
Not required. Present printed Groupon on arrival.
Valid 11am-6pm. Valid at Hurst Green Village Hall, BB7 9QB only. Must be 18 or older for alcohol. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Last meal/drink orders 30 mins before closing. Valid on option purchased only.
Verified using merchant's brochure on 25 Feb 2014.
See the rules that apply to all deals.
Fans of the amber nectar can visit the Middle Earth Beer Festival for a day of live music, arts and crafts and over 50 real ales as well as a 10 craft ciders (usually £3 per person). Based in Hurst Green Village Hall, the festival is centred around JRR Tolkien’s association with the grounds and the referenced landmarks in Lord of the Rings, such as Shire Lane in Hurst Green, Buckleberry Ferry inspired by Hacking Hall Ferry on the River Ribble, and the River Shirebourne. Guests will browse the historic area, and can enjoy a lunch of a burger or sausage sandwich (£3) as well as a festival 1/3 pint glass filled with ale (£3). Glass blowing and blacksmith demonstrations are provided for those that want to learn a new skill before the day draws to a close.
Choose from the following options for entry plus a sausage sandwich or burger and third of ale:
£6.50 for one on Saturday 26 or Sunday 27 April (28% off)
£9.50 for two on Saturday 26 or Sunday 27 April (47% off)
£16.50 for four on Saturday 26 or Sunday 27 April (54% off)
Had a fantastic time and hope to come back to see you all again.
Sarah D. ·
6 October 2015
A very enjoyable day. Good bands and good stalls.
My only criticisms was that when we went on the Sunday, many beers had run out and the glass I bought was dated for the 2014 festival, rather than 2015.
Also, the signage to the festival was very bad.
Anne J. ·
18 June 2015
after looking forward to visiting the middle earth we took our 18mth old grandchild on the slide but he came off the end hard onto the ground which was not the safety rubber compound but hard tarmac we then ended up in the hospital for the rest of the day so we wasted the money on the vouchers