The Louth branch of the RNLI is hoping to raise funds at the Louth CAMRA beer festival between Thursday September 26 and Sunday September 29 at the Town & Country Club, Louth.
With the all profits from the sale of the Life Saver nine gallon cask of ale to go directly to the RNLI Louth.
Branch events organiser, Barbara Gray said: “We are really hoping the visitors to the Louth CAMRA Beer Festival will support their local branch of RNLI by buying a pint or two of the local beer, Life Saver.
“We will also be there from noon until 2pm Friday to Sunday with collecting tins and information about the RNLI and would be really pleased to talk to anyone wishing to volunteer and help raise funds”.
In 2012, the Louth branch of the RNLI Raised over £7,000 and is looking forward to exceeding that amount this year as we are already busy with several events throughout our area and more to come over the next few months.
The Louth RNLI would like to thank both John Dixon of the Riverside Brewery, Wainfleet for the discount he has given for the cask and, of course, Louth & District CAMRA for all their help and for offering to let them have the space and support to sell the ale for the charity.
They are always looking for volunteers to help out in whatever capacity they feel they are able, so please get in touch with Julia Southall (branch secretary) on 07808 173353.
They look forward to seeing you at the Louth & District CAMRA beer festival!