Wire2Wolves Beer Festival: 140 Years of Warrington Rugby League Club

By June 21, 2016News
09  Wolves Beer Festival

The Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation are once again holding a Wire2Wolves Beer Festival, and for 2016 it marks one of the key events to celebrate 140 Years of Warrington Rugby League Club.

The Beer Festival sees The Jack Fish Corner transformed into a real ale bar, where rugby fans and beer fans alike can come and enjoy a beer whilst looking at the Wire2Wolves Heritage Timeline; celebrating the history of the Club and also the town. For those who aren’t ale fans, there will also be cider and wine available with live music also being performed during the evenings.

The festival takes place on Friday 15th July from 6.00-11.00pm and Saturday 16th July from 12.00noon-11.00pm at The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Tickets can be pre-purchased from The Foundation Office for £5.00 and advance tickets will receive two free pints on the day.  All attendees will receive a limited edition commemorative pint glass.

For more information, email amyblackburn@wolvesfoundation.com.

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