Medieval times conjured up at the 17th Louth Beer Festival

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Conjure up a medieval vision with a sample of Nicholas de Luda, a dark beer brewed in honour of one of Louth’s historical figures.

“I wanted to name a beer after a character from local history,” said Tony Howkins, owner of the Black Horse Brewery in Grainthorpe, which recently had a sell-out beer festival at the Black Horse pub in the village.

Now, this and 22 other beers, ciders and perries are coming to the 17th Louth Beer Festival. The festival has free entry and takes place from September 26 to 29 at The Town & Country Club in Cannon Street, and is organised by Louth and District CAMRA. Visit Don’t miss next week’s Leader in which you can get a voucher for a free half pint, courtesy of the Louth Beer Festival.