The 26th Summer Ale Trail
First Lun-Ale Landing
commemorates the first Moon Landing, in 1969, fifty years ago
Above: Passport cover
The Trail is now on until the end of September, as usual, with the special T-shirts, Polo and Sweatshirts to be won.
ERRORS IN THE PASSPORT!
After careful proof reading by all of the Ale Trail Sub-Committee, the following errors still managed to sneak through – our apologies. Also some are time changes since it was printed.
Page 8 Mitre Tavern is at 13 Baker Street, Brighton and the phone no. is 01273 622759. London Road or Open Market buses.
Also page 8: Prince George closes 11pm not midnight
Page 17 Southwick ∫Beer Engine's postcode is BN42 4FJ
Page 18 the vertical line has slipped downwards.
The ALE TRAIL BUS TRIP
– to those hard-to-reach pubs – is on the Anniversary of the First Man on the Moon,
Saturday 20th July.
Starts 12 noon from Bus Stop Z Old Steine, Brighton. Fare: £10.
VISITS: Hope Inn, Newhaven; Anchor Inn, Ringmer; Cock Inn, Ringmer; Laughing Fish, Isfield; Crown Inn, Newick; Five Bells, Chailey Green amd Cock Inn, Wivelsfield Green (marked § on the list).
HOW TO GET TICKETS: By post from Ale Trail, 5 Shirley Avenue, HOVE BN3 6UN with cheques made payable to " Brighton & S.D. CAMRA". Or at the South Downs Beer Festival in Lewes Town Hall, 21 & 22 June. Or from Ursula at The Watchmakers Arms 84 Goldstone Villas, Hove, Sunday lunchtimes 1 to 3pm.
More details in the Passport, which you will need anyway and is free at the participating pubs, see list on right.
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