Elgood’s Brewery Gardens Craft & Plant Fair Sunday 3rd May 2020 10am to 4pm 30+ Stalls Variety of crafts and plants Licensed Bar – Burger Van Charities – Local Interest Free Parking Entry £5, children under 12 free
Celebrate the new decade with Elgood’s Brewery. Please check back here for all of the exciting events planned in 2020.
Craft & Plant Shows Sunday 12th May & Sunday 1st September, 10am to 4pm, entry £4. Fathers Day Jazz Sunday 16th June, 11am to 4pm, entry £10. National Garden Open Scheme Sunday 4th August, 11.30am to 4.30pm, entry £4. Elgood’s Beer Festival Thursday 19th September, 6pm to 10.30pm. Friday 20th September, 5pm to 10.30pm. Saturday 21st September, 12 noon to 10.30pm. Entry £4 each day. Christmas Open Weekend Saturday 30th
Beer Tasting 2019 Friday 23rd August 2019 9am till 5pm in Elgood’s Brewery Reception Shop Join us for a day of delicious fruit beers, real ales and small bites.
Sunday 4th August 2019 in Aid of National Garden Scheme. 11:30am until 4:30pm
Sunday 1st September 2019. 10am until 4pm Entry £4, children under 12 free.
Elgood’s Beer Festival 2019 19th September to 21st September Thursday 6pm – 10.30pm Friday 5pm – 10.30pm Saturday 12pm – 10.30pm Live bands Toadfish Bone The Cherry Reds The Rusty Relics Bewildered All tickets £4 All Beer £3 per pint TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW! Call 01945 583160 for bookings
Wisbech Brewers, Elgood & Sons, were delighted to hand over cheques to two of their chosen charities.
The presentation took place on Friday 13th December at the North Brink Offices of Elgood & Sons where cheques for £620 each were presented to the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and East Anglian Air Ambulance. The sum represented a year of fundraising, with money coming from the two Craft Fairs held in the Brewery Gardens and the September Beer Festival, as well as a raffle organised by Sheila and Dave Dyer at the Father’s Day Jazz Event, a donation from Skylark Studios and many more donations throughout the year.
Elgood’s Managing Director, Belinda Sutton, was very pleased to be handing over the cheques to two such deserving charities and congratulated everyone involved in the fund-raising on their hard work and generosity.
Elgood’s Beer Festival 2019
Elgood’s annual beer festival ended at 10.30 pm on Saturday 21st September.
Tired but happy staff and customers all agreed that this had been the best ever! Visited by approximately 1000 people over the three days, the festival was blessed by sunny weather and the friendliest atmosphere.
Entertainment was from Toadfish Bone, The Cherry Reds, The Rusty Relics and Bewildered and helped the party go with a swing. Caricaturist John Elson did a roaring trade in quick sketches of visitors and staff during Saturday afternoon and evening. All proceeds from this not-for-profit event will be distributed to local charities.
Before the festival the SIBA Regional Independent Beer Awards took place at the brewery and Elgood’s were delighted to win several awards.
Black Dog Silver Cask British Dark Beers
Coolship Fruit Bronze Overall Champion of the Bottle/Can Competition
Warrior Silver Bottle/Can Premium British Bitter (4.5-4.6% abv)
Plum Porter Gold Bottle/Can Speciality Medium to Dark Beers
Coolship Fruit Gold Bottle/Cans Sours/Spontaneous
Full details of our awards can be seen here
Pictured below is head brewer, Alan Pateman accepting one of the awards on behalf of the brewery.
Wisbech Grammar School student, Amy Everall (daughter of Elgood’s Director, Jennifer), has made a unique bottle display cabinet as part of her D&T Product Design A Level.
Now in pride of place in our North Brink Shop, we think it’s brilliant!
Why not pop in and see Amy’s display for yourself and pick up some of our award winnings ales?
We regret to announce the sad passing of Claire Simpson, Director, following a short illness, bravely fought.
Lamb & Flag wins boating accolade.
On Thursday 14th March, Gina & Dennis Birch were presented with three framed photographs, courtesy of boat enthusiasts appreciative of the warm welcome offered to visitors to the Lamb & Flag. Welney is listed as a destination for boaters by the Inland Waterways Association (www.waterways.org.uk). Thank you to John Revell for telling us about the presentation and congratulations to Gina & Dennis for receiving this accolade.
The photographs show that boats have been using the Old Bedford River since it first opened in 1637. The Inland Waterways Association is campaigning to fully restore this ancient navigation. Those reaching Welney are sure of a warm welcome from the excellent Lamb & Flag.
Photos taken by Mike Daines.