Beer Festival 2016 : 5th-7th August

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It’s that time of year again when we host one of our greatest events in the calendar. This is a chance to come and sample a large selection of ales, lagers and ciders from across the British Isles.
This year the great people at CAMRA have selected our ales and have come up with the theme “Beers from the fringes of Cheshire” so not only will you get to try some of the finest ales out there but they’ll be from breweries on your doorstep….well sort of, but you get the idea.
It’s a 3 day event (5th, 6th, 7th August) and on the Saturday they’ll be a BBQ (already crossing fingers for the rain to stay away) and entertainment so it really is a fantastic day.
You’ll receive a leaflet containing all the beverages available with their tasting notes so you can tick off as you go and you’ll be able to buy beer tokens from behind the bar.
Put the dates in your diary and spread the word!

Bluedot Festival – Jodrell Bank

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The team behind festivals such as Kendall Calling and Forgotten Fields are planning to introduce a new festival to the masses this summer, this time in Goostrey, Cheshire.
Bluedot festival, a 3-day celebration of science and music, will take place at the largest telescope in Europe, Jodrell Bank. 22nd-24th July 2016.
Ben Robinson, director, promises to “deliver a festival like nothing else on earth with a stellar programme of music, science, art, film and technology.” Considering some of the big names on the line-up, we’d say Mr. Robinson isn’t lying.
You can expect to see artists Underworld, Caribou and Jean Michel-Jarre headlining on top of acts such as DJ Shadow, Floating Points, George Fitzgerald and Everything Everything; all of which are capable of making a fuss worth dancing about in their own right.
Not only that, Brian Cox & Robin Ince will be making an appearance alongside respected scientists like Tim O’Brian and Helen Keen.

Saint Patrick’s Day

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Traditionally, Saint Patrick’s day is a celebration of Saint Patrick, the arrival of Christianity in Ireland and all things typically Irish. Unofficially, the holiday is an excuse for many to see how much booze they can drink.
The celebrations happen during lent but, conveniently, any ‘restrictions’ are lifted especially for the occasion, which is why alcohol and Paddy’s Day often go hand in hand.
What many people don’t know is that the celebrations are heavily influenced by the many Irish that migrated from their homeland to North America. Saint Patrick’s Day was made an official Christian ‘feast day’ in the late 17th Century, but until the 20th Century Paddy’s Day was often a bigger celebration in America than it was in Ireland. Many of the traditional celebrations we see today, such as big parades and costumes, were born in the U.S. too.
Nonetheless, Saint Patrick’s Day and its celebrations are rooted deep within Irish culture and everyone is encouraged to take part; which is great because we do love a pint of Guinness.

Leon Maya – October 7th 2015

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Leon has worked with some of the most respected names in the business including Paul Weller, Noel Gallagher and the Gypsy Kings. Whether performing as an acoustic duo or a full band line up Leon can guarantee to deliver a superb live performance.
Don’t miss out on a great night!


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Invitation from Clare Stobart & Simon Kalton.
We have created a team called “The Dogin Mutha Truckas” for BORN SURVIVOR IN AID OF CAUDWELL CHILDREN CHARITY.
The event is on Saturday 26th September 2015 at 10am at Capesthorne Hall, Siddlington, Macclesfield, SK11 9JK.
Big BBQ and rehydrate afterwards at the Dog in Peover
See below details for sign up…
Team name: The Dogin Mutha Truckas
Team Description: The Dog, Over Peover raising money for Caudwell Children.
Private Team.
Team password: thedog123.
You can also find lots more information at the event website.
Click here to visit.
You can also donate by texting:
TDMT99 £amount to 70070 for example TDMT99 £5 to 70070.

Beer Festival 2015

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One of our highlights of the summer is undoubtedly our annual Beer Fest. As with previous years you can be sure of a fantastic selection of local Real Ales, Ciders and Lagers on offer, some of which will be old favourites we have not featured for a while and some exciting new ones that we hope you will enjoy and may well see throughout the year. As well as those local breweries that we support we will also be featuring some English breweries that are bit further afield so that we are bringing you the very best that’s on offer. Our Beer Fest this year will take place on will take place on Fri 31st July, Sat 1st and Sun 2nd August and along with a great menu and entertainment we will also be hosting the annual Over Peover Gooseberry show.

Live Music : First Wednesday of each month

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The last couple of months have seen our new live music nights become more popular than ever and these are set to continue throughout out the summer months. On the first Wednesday of each month we showcase local musical talent for you to enjoy and relax too, these evenings are free and of course our food menu is available as normal.