Competition: Win tickets to the Celtic Beer Festival at St Austell Brewery in Cornwall

Like beer? Can you get to St Austell on Saturday morning? Then you might be interested in this latest Foodies South West competition.

I have two tickets to the excellent Celtic Beer Festival, being held in the bowels of the St Austell Brewery this coming Saturday, November 27, from 11am to 11pm. There are scores of beers to choose from, not just from Cornwall but from all countries of the world with a tenuous Celtic link. There is also the secret weapon, Grandma’s Weapons Grade Ginger Beer. Not to be trifled with.

Details here, if you squint.

You’ll still have to queue I’m afraid, but get to the front of the queue (which gets very long after 12 noon) and your names will be on the guest list, so it is ideal for a couple of you going with a group of friends. All money goes to charity so drink deep and do some good!

What is more, chart-bothering shanty minstrels Fishermen’s Friends are among the bands playing.

So how do you enter? Simple. You are all, I assume, on Facebook, so all you have to do is “like” the Foodies South West page and write the name of one of St Austell Brewery’s family of beers on the wall. Deadlien is Thursday afternoon at 2pm, after which I will pick one lucky winner and sent them a message to tell them they have won.

So it is dead simple. Get on Facebook to be in with a chance of winning. Good luck!

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