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East Malling Beer and Cider Festival

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Special FREE festival bus service from Aylesford Rail Station (1/2 hourly from 10.26) + West Malling Rail Station (1/2 hourly from 10.35), or walk from East Malling Rail Station - approx. 1 mile.

75+ Real ales + wide selection of ciders.
Open: 11am-8pm.
Admission: £2 for card-carrying CAMRA members, £4 non-members.
Food, parking, live music, souvenir glass.

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