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Maldon CAMRA Beer Festival

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Held in the week after Easter every year, opening between 4 and 11 pm on the Wednesday after Easter and continuing on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday of the same week from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Over 50 real ales and ciders are available from the many award-winning local brewers and also from breweries all over the country. Hot and cold food is available at all sessions and there is live music on the Saturday night. Entry is free, with a small deposit for the souvenir glass. One of the highlights of the Maldon year!

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