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  1. I'm a design student at Loughborough University, currently doing a project which is looking at rapid drink cooling in a festival environment. So, if you’re interested in a solution to warm beers in a muddy field, then do please take a minute to take this quick survey! :) it's anonymous and all data/research will help to find a solution! SURVEY: https://s.surveyplanet.com/jD7d_28VB Or if anyone has any advice or information as to current ways people might attempt to keep drinks cold, do let me know! Thanks :D
  2. Not sure what this means for Thatchers Cider as in 2016 they signed a 5 year deal with Glastonbury Festival to be "official cider supplier". Below article does say that Mallets would be "the event's principal cider brand" whatever that means! SOURCE: https://www.somersetcountygazette.co.uk/news/17298140.new-somerset-cider-signed-up-for-glastonbury-festival-drinkers/
  3. Beer and Bluegrass Festival 26th/27th July is now in its 5th year. Voted one of the best small Festival last year, our line up is now complete and features a host of American acts including - I see Hawks in LA, Rachel Harrington, Massy Ferguson, Resonant Rogues and JD Hobson. The Mountain Firework Company and the 'Primitive' guitarist Gwenifer Raymond also head up an amazing line - up. There are over 60 Real Ales and Ciders, all from small independent producers and delicious Home Cooked food including a double Hog Roast on Saturday. Check us out at www.beerandbluegrass.co.uk
  4. Now in its fourth successful year Beer and Bluegrass is proud to bring you the very best in Bluegrass and Americana. The Festival is set in the secluded grounds of Victoria School. The main stage is set within a natural amphitheatre with a woodland backdrop and the stunning ‘Claremont’ a Victorian former convent overlooking the Festival. We are located on the South Coast of England between the towns of Poole and Bournemouth and only minutes away from the finest beaches in the UK and with easy transportation links. Come and visit Beer and Bluegrass, one of the best small Festivals in the UK.
  5. For the first time ever, we are opening a Brothers Cider Shop in Shepton Mallet on the 20th – 23rd June 2017, why not drop in and say hello. More info: http:///brothersshop
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