A taste of every county at beer festival

Paul Feuer at The Beerhouse in Bury, which is holding a beer festival next weekend and has celebrated its first birthday.
Paul Feuer at The Beerhouse in Bury, which is holding a beer festival next weekend and has celebrated its first birthday.
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A BUSINESS is celebrating its first year after selling a staggering 507 different cask ales since it opened will be staging its second beer festival next weekend.

The Beerhouse, in Bury St Edmunds, is owned by David Marjoram who already runs The One Bull in Bury and the Cadogan Arms in Ingham.

It operates as a traditional ale pub with a micro-brewery producing its own Brewshed Pale Ale and Best Bitter.

The beer festival will also feature the launch of a summer special cloudy ginger wheat beer.

The Beerhouse, on the corner of Tayfen Road and Station Hill, will be featuring 60 different ales at the festival offering beer from each county of England, Wales and Scotland,

On the Bank Holiday Monday, visitors will also get a chance to see the brewery at work.

David said: “Our other pubs are gastro-pubs so having that dedicated space to just have a pint with a friend works really well.”