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Beer Preview on Red Kite Radio

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For those looking keenly ahead to Summerfest 2018 — just one week away now — our local beer aficionado, Pete Summerskill, will be interviewed by Howard Bond on Red Kite Radio today, Friday 29th June, from 3.15pm

Pete's most valued summer-skill lies in the selection and setting up of some 140 different real ales, drawn from local and distant micro-breweries as well as from a huge range of nationally renown brewers of long standing.

There will be a vast range of styles and flavours on offer — something to delight the most experienced and demanding palates.

Listen to Pete wax lyrical about some of the most tempting offerings on Red Kite Radio, 107.2FM

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