Published: 00:15, 01 August 2017
| Updated: 16:36, 10 August 2017
Nearly 40 real ales, 15 ciders and four live bands should ensure Minster-on-Sea Rotary Club’s 10 beer festival is a barrel of laughs on Saturday.
The free bash will once again be in the car park of the Aviator pub at Queenborough Corner, Sheppey.
An inflatable pub will cater for lager and spirit drinkers.
Businesses have sponsored beers from 36 brewers across Britain including Adnams, SA Brain, Greene King, St Austell, Theakston, Wychwood and county firms Shepherd Neame, Kent Brewery, Mad Cat, Gadds and a keg of Mad Mike, named after Sheppey Rotarian and Monster Raving Loony election candidate Mad Mike Young.
More cider has been ordered this year by public demand including the Sheppey cider Marshmonkey from Paul Johnson's Johnson Farmhouse at Cowstead Corner.
Gates open at noon.
Four bands are lined up to entertain the crowd.
Opening the show at 2pm will be the Rockin' Decades, fresh from last weekend's Sheppey Pirates Festival.
They will be followed by soloist Karl Schilg at 3.15pm; Beggars Belief at 4pm and Tim Pain Ali at 5.45pm.
Admission is free but visitors can buy £10 tickets on the gate valid for either four pints or eight half-pints.
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