Flintshire Real Ale Trail
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Where: Flintshire , North Wales, Mold
When: 07 Sep 2013
Cost: Tickets are £7.50 in advance or £10 on the day
Opening hours: 11am-11pm
Website: Visit website
The Real Ale Trail, Flintshire
The Real Ale Trail was born in 2010 - the brain wave of the Flintshire Tourism Association. Whilst real ale enthusiasts have always visited Flintshire's fantastic pubs with quality ales and foods... the problem was the designated driver couldn't join in... so come and join us on Flintshire's real ale trail - a bus based ale festival visiting our most loved proper Welsh pubs throughout Flintshire's beautiful countryside.
Buses every half hour from 11am to 11pm stopping at each of the ten pubs;
- Gold Cape, Mold
- The Oak, Hendre
- Pwll gwyn, Afonwen
- The Royal Oak, Caerwys
- Piccadilly, Caerwys
- Crown inn, Lixwm
- Black lion, Babell
- The Crooked Horn, Brynford
- Blue Bell, Halkyn
- The Antelope, Rhydymwyn
What more do you want out of a day?
Fine ale, fine pubs, fine food and most of all fine company to enjoy it with.
Gold Cape, Mold
8 Wrexham Street,
DIRECTIONS TO MOLD - The Real Ale Trail starting point
From North/South M6, take Junction 20 M56 Chester/North Wales, carry onto A494 and carry onto Mold Town centre.
From North West Wales take A55 to Junction 33 and head to Mold on A5119.
Take the train to Flint Station, then public transport is available, as well as taxis, to Mold Bus station.
Enter postcode CH7 1ES - This will get you to Wrexham Street, where the Gold Cape pub is situated
Event details can change.
Please check with the organisers that the event is happening before making travel arrangements.