The Route 76 Real Ale & Cider Festival is back for the tenth year running.
On Saturday the 8th of July, The Annual Vale of Clwyd Festival of real ale and cider will give people the opportunity to choose from a large selection, with over 50 different cask ales and ciders, many of them from the local microbreweries in North Wales, such as Heavy Industry, Buzzard Brewery and Cwrw lal. There will be something for everyone. Each of the 9 pubs will also be providing food and live music throughout the day and you can check out the details for each one by clicking the link at the bottom of the page.
The bus service will operate in a clockwise direction as in previous years, with new pick up points at Denbigh high school, the bus stop by Colomendy estate, the bus Stop outside Ruthin town Hall (Market Street) and outside each of the 9 pubs. We will be monitoring our coaches on the day. This will ensure the continuous presence of the coaches throughout the day. A rover ticket for the whole day will cost £10 and can be purchased on Friday night from any of the pubs involved or the Saturday. Tickets will also be available from the Denbigh high school stop and the Ruthin Town hall stop in Market Street.
PLEASE NOTE THAT SECURITY WILL NOT ALLOW ALCHOLIC DRINKS, BOTTLES OR GLASSES ON TO THE BUSSES.
Please do not hold the bus up by trying to do so. This will help to ensure the buses run on time.
For further details on the Route 76 Real Ale & Cider Festival click Here