2022 Beer list
We have had to cancel our beer and cider orders for 2020 due to the postponement in April, and August. Of course we hope to have the same great selection of beers and ciders and perries for April 2022 that we have always had. We appreciate that many suppliers, both large and small may have difficulties with the imposed self isolation and distancing and will work with them to give the best selection possible. We plan to announce our Beer and Cider choices for 2022 once firm orders have been confirmed as available still giving you plenty of time to plan your session/s. We hope that the themed bar that we had planned for 2020 featuring ‘Yorkshire Breweries’ of which we had ninety-two to choose from, will still be available in 2022 - well we will all have to wait and see!
In the meantime ……………….
Did you know that at the first Beerex in 1977 there were just 24 Breweries represented?
They were: Adnams, Arkell, Bass Charrington, Brakespear, Courage, Davenports, Donnington, Eldridge Pope, Fullers, Gales, Gibbs Mew, Hall & Woodhouse, Hook Norton, Ind Coope, Marstons, Moreland, Morell’s, Paine, Ridley’s, Samuel Smith, Shepherd Neame, Theakston’s, Wadworth and Whitbread.
Sadly, only a handful of these famous breweries still survive. To date, 468 breweries have had their beers displayed at Beerex. Last year the Hog Backs Brewery equalled the record previously held by Donnington for the most appearances; each at 25. Others in the top ten included Hook Norton, Exmoor, Harveys, Hop Back, Cotleigh, Hardy & Hanson and Ringwood. Check back to see the full list for 2022 as soon as our beer committee have worked through their options.
For information, our 2019 Beer list is here, just to keep the happy memories alive.......
Thanks to the beer committee we had the earliest ever list of beers for 2019. These are of course subject to some change but the current expectation is right here ! Can't wait !
Download a copy of the programme centrefold to read the details by clicking on the pdf here.
As you will see we were pleased to confirm the special bar for 2019 was a Welsh bar - Iechyd da!
But then there are the ciders....
and again download the pdf of the ciders and perries by clicking here to see all the details
And some older news about the beers in the past years....
41st Annual Beer Festival - Beer of the Festival 2017
Members of the 2017 Farnham Beerex Committee met at Tilford Brewery, located next to the Duke of Cambridge to present the brewers, Paul Griffiths and Mark Collins with the award for their Tilford Rushmoor Ripper which was voted as Beer of the Festival 2017 by the customers attending Beerex.
Andy Gilbert, Beer Committee Chairman presenting the award to Paul Griffiths from Tilford Brewery. Also pictured Mark Collins from the brewery (left) and Phil Alexander, 2017 Beerex Chairman.
40th Annual Beer Festival - Beer of the Festival 2016.
We were delighted to announce that the Vibrant Forest Brewery, located on the edge of the New Forest, CYDONIA was chosen as the BEER of the FARNHAM BEEREX FESTIVAL 2016. http://
At the end of July 2016, a great day out was had by the 4 intrepid folk who ventured forth into deepest Lymington in the New Forest. Andy Gilbert, Chair of the beer committee reported "We made the presentation in front of the very nice bar in the brewery which had no less than 10 beers for us to sample." Kevin was very pleased to receive the award for Cydonia and has now won awards across his beer range showing the depth of his brewing prowess. Kevin started the brewery in 2011 in his garage and moved into the current location after quitting his job in 2014 and is going from strength to strength having just added 2 more fermenting vessels to cope with demand."
39th Annual Beer Festival - Beer of the Festival 2015.
We remember Farnham Beerex’s 39th Annual Beer Exhibition was delighted to award Frensham Rambler, from Frensham Brewery the Beer of the Festival award for 2015 and very well deserved it was too! Husband and wife team, Miles and Emily, who own and run the brewery received their award from Beerex Chairman Phil Alexander and members of the committee.