Thursday, March 10, 2016

A three legged beer festival but not in the Isle of Man

The Three Legs Beer Festival in Doncaster
Press release:
The Doncaster Brewery & Tap have teamed up with The Corner Pin and The White Swan to hold their first ‘Three Legs Beer Festival’.
From Good Friday to Easter Monday the three Doncaster based venues are joining together to provide 40 different beers which come from a variety of breweries across the country.
The Doncaster Brewery & Tap will also have a changing range of traditional still ciders and a variety of European Bottled beers. There will be pork pies and a bespoke ‘Three Legs’ bratwurst which Wilkinson Butchers has created specifically for the event.
The Corner Pin will be providing their legendary ‘chip butties’ along with other hearty fayre and will be holding their quiz night on the evening of Sunday, March 27th March.
The White Swan will be having music from Frank Carline during the afternoon of Saturday, March 26 and will also have on their normal menu throughout the weekend.
Ian Blaylock of Doncaster Brewery said: “This is an exciting new venture for us and if it is successful we hope to hold this event annually.”
The Three Legs was a pub on St Sepulchre Gate in Doncaster before the Frenchgate was built opposite. It later became known as The Yorkist. 
The pub sign which used to hang outside The Three Legs has been used as the logo for the festival. 
For more about the festival please visit the Facebook page:3legsfestival.

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