The annual Vale of Clwyd Festival of Real Ale and Cider provides the opportunity to sample delights from a selection of approximately 60 different real ales and 12 ciders. There are ten Denbighshire pubs taking part, and a bus transfer services will be in operation to transfer people to the different locations.

What is it?
The Bus Route 76 Real Ale Festival is a real ale trail covering the local area.

Where is the trail?
The route includes the top spots across Denbighshire.

What ales are on offer?
The 2016 selection included: Facers Flintshire Bitter, Bendegedig, Landslide – Fullers London Pride – Lees Guvenor, Coronation St, British Jewels, Best Bitter – Gt Orme Welsh Black, Merlyn, Hatters Gold – Robinsons Unicorn, Dizzy Blond, Cumbrian Way – Abbot – Pedigree – Timothy Taylor Landlord –Black Sheep – Bass – Waggle Dance – Speckled Hen – Salopian –Brimstage Scarecrow, Sandpiper, Trappers Hat – Conway Clogwyn Gold – Llangollen Bitter – Sharps Doom Bar – Robinsons Old Thumper – Three Tuns XXX – Betty Stoggs, Skinners – Purple Moose Snowdonia, Glaslyn – Tatton Blond – Joseph Holt – Tetleys Bitter – Champflower Planet Ale – Gundog Red Setter – Wychwood Hobgoblin and others with ciders from Westons, Thatchers, Gwynt Y Ddraig, Llandegla and more.

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