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Over 65 beers, ciders and wines will be available to try at the Hoylake Beer Festival.

The full list of beers available is as follows:

Brewery Beer Name ABV Tasting Notes Sponsoring Company
Adnams Samba City 4.2 Golden in colour with vibrant citrus aromas and a touch of banana on the palate, with creamy spicy notes from the wheat on the finish Hailwood Accountants
Adnams Ghost Ship 4.5 Pale Ale has a good assertive pithy bitterness and a malty backbone Hoylake Community Cinema
Arbor Motueka 3.8 A pale hoppy session beer brewed with NZ Motueka. BCS Car Sales
Arbor Hoploader 4.0 A golden session ale, brewed with all American hops.  
B&T Edwin Taylors Extra Stout 4.5 Dark Stout. A pleasant bitter beer with a strong roast malt flavour Everite
Big Hand Domino 4.4 Welsh styled stout. Aromas are coffee with a hint of dark berries flavours, Liverpool BA
Big Hand Renaissance 4.5 American style Pale Ale.  
Black Sheep Monty Holy Grail 4.0 golden beer with a fresh, zesty taste and a long crisp bitter finish. Burnetts Garage
Brains Rev. James Rye 4.3 Rye is a dark, dry and distinctive ale that has a full flavour and bitter finish with unexpected glimpses of citrus and spice.  
Brewsmith Brewsmit Bitter 3.9 A pale session bitter. Moderate bitterness, pronounced floral/citrus hop aromas.  
Brewsmith IPA 6.0 New world IPA. Rich mouthfeel, big hop aromas, long dry bitter finish. Some residual sweetness. Inheritance Tax Solutions
Bristol Beer Factory Nova 3.8 A light malt base; Maris Otter, CaraPils and wheat malt allows the bright, fresh and zesty hop aromas to shine  
Bristol Beer Factory Enigma 4.4 New world red ale. Low bitterness. Delicately dry hopped with the unique Enigma hop. Nine Leaves
Butcombe Yeti 4.0 A 'Glacier Cool' Blond beer made with a beautiful balance of rugged North American hop  
Cairngorm Trade Winds 4.3 Light golden in colour with a high proportion of wheat giving the beer a clean fresh taste.  
Castle Rock Harvest Pale 3.8 Classic Pale Ale. SIBA National Champion Bitter 2004, Champion Bitter of Britain 2007 and Champion Beer of Britain 2010.  
Cullercoats Lovely Nelly 3.9 Amber bronze session beer – with a biscuit malt flavour balanced with a smooth bitterness from the finest English Fuggles and Golding hops. Wirral Tutors Network
Dark Star APA 4.7 The yeast strain used for the brewing of this American style pale ale is specially imported from the USA, along with Cascade, Centennial and Chinook hops.  
Dark Star Revelation 5.7 A pale ale. A blend of Warrior, Cascade, Columbus, Crystal and Chinook by the sack full Gaskells Waste
Elland 1872 Porter 6.5 Ruby porter from an 1872 recipe. It has an old port nose, coffee and bitter chocolate flavours. Three times National Winter Ales Champion  
First Chop HOP 4.1 An ultra pale 4.1% ale.  
Frog Island Lock,Stock & Barrel 4.0 Golden Ale. Fruity hops with a hint of orange zest Julians
Orkney Corncrake 4.1 straw/Golden colour with citrus fruit and floral hop aroma  
Goose Eye Goose Eye Bitter 3.9 Session ale, with a chestnut hue; a delightful flavour produced by three varieties of hop. Peerless
Great Oakley Wagtail 3.9 Straw coloured bitter with a unique bitterness derived from New Zealand hops. Very drinkable and refreshing.  
Hafod Sunrise 3.8 A pale, refreshing ale with citrus flavours and a crisp, bitter finish. VW Audi
Hawkshead Windermere Pale 3.5 Very pale ale, bursting with hop character and a fine fruity aroma. Brewed with soft Lakeland water The Tap
Hawkshead Lakeland Gold 4.4 Golden Ale with complex fruit flavours from the blending of English hop, First Gold, with the outrageously fruity American hop, Cascade.  
Ilkley Mary Jane 3.5 Pale ale packed with American hops. Intensely refreshing and, with surprising balance for such low abv. Hoylake Parade
Ilkley Summer 4.0 A dark-golden coloured,with orange, citrus, mango and vanilla flavours leading to a dry finish  
Kelham Island Easy Rider 4.3 An acclaimed pale ale. It’s easy by name and easy drinking by nature while still retaining a full hoppy palate Julians
Kelham Island Riders on the Storm 4.5 An amber ale which showcases a fusion of British and American hops that gives a storm of hoppy flavours  
Leeds Leeds Pale 3.8 Pale ale. Brewed using Slovenian Bobek hops Wirral Farmers Market
Neptune Mermaids Purse 4.0 Easy drinking blond ale with a subtle bitter finish. Taylormade
Neptune Amberjack 4.5 Cracking Amber ale from local Liverpool brewery  
Nethergate Priory Mild 3.5 Dark mild but with a surprisingly fresh bitterness right to the end, slaking your thirst. Elite Windows
Oakham JHB 3.8 Golden beer. Hops and fruit on the palate are balanced by malt and a bitter base. RMT Architects
Oakleaf May Bee Mild 4.6 A honey mild ale  
Old School Headmaster 4.5 A dark best bitter. Complex malty flavour with a blackcurrant aroma and subtle sweet nutty aftertaste. Subway
Osset Jester 4.0 Golden ale with citrus & tropical fruit aromas. Bitter full bodied & fruity from the new British Jester hop variety.  
Ossett/Rat Brewery White Rat 4.0 Pale golden in colour with a hoppy aroma and an initially sweet flavour developing to full on maltiness. A dry, citric finish. Architects Direct
Peerless Peerless Pale 3.8 Pale session ale. Good initial bitterness and a hint of grapefruit on the finish derived from the use of Cascade, Summit and Columbus hops. Argyle Taxis
Peerless Triple Blond 4.0 Blond in style. Wheat, lager and pale malts combined with a wonderful fruity citrus finish from Admiral, First Gold  and Cascade hops.  
Peerless Gold 4.4 A well balanced golden ale with initial hop bitterness derived from Admiral hops and a citrus finish from Columbus and Cascade hops.  
Peerless Storr 4.8 An authentic craft brewed lager. Brewed with 100% lager malt, hopped with Saaz and Perle. Lagered (conditioned) for a minimum of 4 weeks at close to zero degrees. Hey Strategy
Peerless Oatmeal Stout 5.0 Full bodied black stout.  The use of oats gives a good mouthfeel and dark malts provide lots of backbone with toffee and caramel tones.  
Peerless Red Rocks 5.0 Ruby ale. Rich malt flavours combine with Bramling X hops for a wonderful beer with fruity overtones. The brewer's favourite.  Natural Designs
Peerless Knee Buckler 5.2 Wonderfully golden IPA style beer.  
Peerless Equinox 4.2 Zesty blond ale. Hopped with Equinox and Cascade hops.  
Peerless Tectonic 6.2 Honey coloured ale bursting with hop aroma and flavour. This is achieved by 'dry-hopping' the beer with a blend of Amarillo, Chinook and Citra hops. Whitmore & White
Purple Moose Ysgawen Elderflower Ale 4.0 A refreshing pale ale brewed using Casade hops with the added indulgence of elderflower.
Purple Moose Dark Side of the Moose 4.6 Dark ale with a deep malt flavour from roasted barley and a fruity bitterness from Bramling Cross hops.  
Red Willow Seamless 3.6 A Pale Ale with low ABV but full hoppy character  
Red Willow Feckless 4.1 Best bitter, rich toffee and malt balanced with the subtle flavours of Challenger, First Gold and Target hops. MB Wirral
Roosters YPA 4.1 Pale, aromatic, summer ale that offers up delicate peachy and berry fruit flavours.  
Roosters Baby Faced Assassin 6.1 IPA brewed with 100% Citra hops that create aromas of mango, apricot, grapefruit & mandarin orange, along with a lasting, juicy, tropical fruit bitterness, SM Motors
Salopian Matrix 4.2 A refreshing golden yellow ale with a crisp white head prominent hop flavours are balanced by biscuit malt dry finish.  
Salopian Darwens Origin 4.3 A copper coloured beer that evolves with a pronounced hop character which leads to a refined malt finish. High Street Vouchers
Salopian Slipstream 5.1 A juicy IPA with fresh blood orange resonating through hints of candied peel and sparkling orange blossom.  
Spitting Feathers Empire Ale 5.2 onKeg. Amber ale with a light hoppy aroma.  
Spitting Feathers Thirstquencher 3.9 Refreshing Hoppy pale ale  
St Austell Harvest Moon 4.3 Well-balanced and drinkable malty number that offers plenty of biscuit and fruit cake flavours. Merebrook House
Timothy Taylors Ram Tam 4.3 Mild chocolate and roasty malts, with a bit of citrus. Light but very pleasant and well balanced. A perfect dark mild for session drinking.  
Tiny Rebel Cwtch 4.6 Welsh red ale - a perfect blend of six caramelly malts and three citrussy American hops. Champion Beer of Britain2015.  
Tryst Blathan 4.0 Golden ale enhanced with fragrant elderflowers. The floral notes from the elderflowers add another dimension to the brew Store First
Tynebank Summer Breeze 3.9 Pale ale. Brewed with root ginger and lemongrass for a subtle kick, with Chinook, Centennial and Kohatu hops.  
Wickwar Coopers 3.8 Straw-coloured pale ale. rounded bitter finish with a hint of sweetness and a touch of spicy hop. Thextons
Wickwar Falling Star 4.2 Golden ale. Distinctive and complex flavours and aromas from a blend of Cascade, Willamette and Mittlefruh hops.  
Windsor & Eton Conqueror Black IPA 5.0 Unlike a stout this beer also packs a mighty punch of hop flavour derived from Summit and Cascade hops.  
York Centurions Ghost 5.4 Dark ruby ale. It has a smooth roasted malt palate, Challenger, Fuggle and Bramling Cross hops give it a subtle bitterness with autumn fruit flavours Frost Fair


The festival will also feature a Gin bar from Tappers Gin, full details at:


Festival Beers, Ciders & Wines

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Buy Tickets

Tickets can be purchased online by following this link: Hoylake Beer Festival Tickets

Priced at £6.00* for Friday or Saturday session and £5.00* for Sunday or Monday session.

Alternativley tickets can be purchased in person from Hoylake Parade Community Centre or from the following outlets:

Peerless Brewery - Birkenhead



* Plus admin fee of 80 pence.

Sponsorship Opportunities

We have a number of sponsorship opportunites available that can create great exposure for your local business with an anticipated 2500 visitors to the festival, in addition to website visitors and social media etc.

Sponsor a barrel of beer from only £50 and have your company name and logo displayed on the beer pump for all to see, along with entry in the beer festival programme and on this website with weblink!

For details of sponsorship please contact Gill Norris on: Tel: 0151 632 2889 or

Find Us

The Hoylake Beer Festival is held at the Hoylake Parade Community Centre.
Postcode: CH47 3AG