Rain stays away from Penn Street Beer Festival

Bucks Free Press: Rain stays away from Penn Street Beer Festival Rain stays away from Penn Street Beer Festival

THOUSANDS sampled the various beers and ales at the Penn Street Beer Festival at the weekend.

The annual event takes place at The Squirrel and The Hit or Miss in the village and this year included a beer tent and alehouse with more than 100 British ales and ciders.

There was live music throughout the day, children's entertainment and a race night.

Landlady Mary Macken from the Hit or Miss said: "It went very well. We were blessed with the weather.

"We had a very good turn out on Saturday, especially."

She said the rain didn't start until after the music stopped on Saturday night.

They had a beer and cheese matching evening with Mark Woodhouse on the Friday night, with the money from this going to Cancer Research UK.

The money raised from the rest of the weekend will go to Rennie Grove and The Wycombe Homeless Connection.


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