Hoole summer party will feature EIGHTY types of rum and gin; The Hoole Open Air Courtyard Party is free to enter.
Byline: Carmella de Lucia
Summer will have officially started when theHooleOpen Air Courtyard Party takes place next month.
On Saturday, May 4, the team behind Chester-based cocktail company 'All About It' will fill Hoole Community Centre's courtyard with high jinks, BBQ grub, top tunes and a range of beers, fizz, cocktails and 80 different types of gin and rum.
Watergate Street-based taproom Beer Heroes will be supplying attendees with specially selected craft beers, while a unique horesbox bar will be serving prosecco and prosecco cocktails.
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And there'll be a special rum and gin tasting area inside the community hall where you can try as much as you like for [pounds sterling]20 per person.
One of the event's organisers, Kingdom Thenga, said: "After the success of last year's event, we really wanted to welcome the summer season with a bang.
"We've made sure there's something for everyone, so the whole family can enjoy a great day out.
"We also wanted to keep the event as accessible as possible, so it's again free to enter. Everyone is welcome to join the fun and bring summer in with style!"
The event starts at 2pm and runs until 9pm and the festivities will continue at an official after-party at The Suburbs on Charles Street.
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|Publication:||The Chester Chronicle (Chester, England)|
|Date:||Apr 14, 2019|
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