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Langholm Beer Festival

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Early Bird Ticket - £12 Standard Fee - £15
The Buccleuch Centre
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01387 381 196

The Buccleuch Centre
Dumfries & Galloway
DG13 0AW

Come along and taste locally produced Beers made by Borderlands Brewery along side visiting beers from Five Kingdoms Brewery and Windsor and Eton. There will be a wide selection of Beers available for you taste and experience on the day along with a selection of food to keep you fuelled. 

Your day will be accompanied by live music throughout the day with local bands and singers with our final performance from former Belladrum Headline Act The Dangleberries.

An exciting addition to the Langholm Event Calendar and great way to try taste new Beers made by your local Brewery in Langholm, Borderlands. 

Why not take advantage of the Early Bird Ticket offer and book your tickets before 1st June to be in with chance on winning £40.00 of tokens to spend on the day!

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