During its nearly three year journey, the Chester Beer Appreciation Society (CBAS) has been known to support independent, local businesses as well as educate its members in all thing ale.
This September, CBAS continues its mission to introduce the participants to the much loved but little known pubs of Chester by taking the Bawn Lodge on Hoole road by storm. The self-proclaimed community hub hosted its first beer festival during the bank holiday weekend and is now looking forward to welcoming new patrons to its fold.
The Bawn Lodge has long been the favourite watering hole of Hoole residents, and not only because its consistent and well kept and very reasonably priced selection of real ale, but also because of its fine selection of food, cooked lovingly in its own kitchen by dedicated and talented chefs. Their Sunday roast has been described as the stuff of legends and should always been booked in advance to avoid disappointment. Furthermore, the beer garden is one of the largest and best in town and as such invites patrons from all over Chester, not just the locals.
This fine local establishment is now ready to host the beer-loving patrons of CBAS.
Boasting a selection of Yorkshire beers, favourites of the Manager Adam Wallace, and food pairings the Bawn Lodge has readied itself for the onslaught of thirsty CBAS members. Usually meeting on the first Tuesday of every month, CBAS are making an exception in September and getting together on the first Thursday, 4th September.
The beers and food will be carefully selected by Adam, whereas the night will be hosted by the CBAS organisers, Simon Tiplady, Matt Jeffries and also Katja Driver from Chester Beer Blog.
All usual members are cordially invited to the event, as well as new faces who may have not attended a CBAS night before. Tickets are £12 to be paid on the night, which starts the usual time at 7.30pm.