Hello again folks, and finally we have the bottles, though I was staring to think they may have been a figment of our imagination, though when they finally arrived Thursday afternoon in time for us to take with us to Manchester, he assured me as he'd carried them in, that they were there, and breathe.
Those of you that have read our blog, will know I work for Chris and Sue, and we have now had one problem solved, great news for the brewery, but in my other life I hit another crisis, well isn't that a surprise?
I volunteer with a group in North Yorkshire, doing events for heritage railway, our first beer and band festival is 2 weeks away, when the plug was pulled on a brewery leaving us without several beers, one or two would have been fine, however 15 not so great, fortunately working for a brewery and several breweries rallying round, the beer festival will go ahead, so any of you in the Redmire area Spring bank holiday, get yourselves up to The WensleyAle Festival, beers, bands, fod and trains, what more could you want? On top of that we'll have 70 Fathom and of course Brigadista.
Brigadista was launched in Manchester and what a great night, drinking beer listening to Joe Solo, people were appreciative and welcoming and we can't thank everyone enough for being so welcoming, let alone the support we have received when we've got a bit bogged down.
Lobby those pubs and shops for bottles and casks and we'll see what we can do, I'm signing off now for an evening of Eurovision, enjoy yours folks!