Beer festival being held at Hatfield House’s Stable Yard shops

10:44 03 August 2014

Enjoy a pint at the beer festival being held in the Stable Yard shops at Hatfield House

Enjoy a pint at the beer festival being held in the Stable Yard shops at Hatfield House

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Real ale drinkers will be able to enjoy a pint when a stately home’s shopping area hosts its first mini beer festival.

The Stable Yard shops at Hatfield House will be throwing open their doors on Thursday, August 7 from 6pm.

Visitors will be able to sample stouts and ciders, which have been supplied by Old Hatfield pub The Horse & Groom, and enjoy live music and food laid on by the Coach House restaurant.

And, if you are feeling energetic, take a twilight walk around the impressive gardens of Hatfield House, which will also be open for the event.

Entry is free.

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