Drinking beer – while raising money for good causes – is the offer in Tunnel Road on Friday 18 – Saturday 19 May (2018).
Tickets for the Reigate Tunnel Beer Festival are £5 on the door, including a glass and a first half-pint. Hours are noon to 10.30pm on each of the two days.
More than 30 ales from breweries in the UK and further afield will be available.
Now in its third year, the event is organised by Redhill Redstone Rotary, in association with the Wealden Cave & Mine Society (who run Reigate Caves which serves as the HQ for the event.)
Charities benefiting this year include Prostate Cancer UK and St Catherine’s Hospice, as well as other good causes.
Organisers say on the Ale for Aid website:
“The festival started in 2016 as the brainchild of Paul Dyer, and the association with Redhill Redstone Rotary Club generated ‘Ale for Aid’.
The generous sponsorship of many local businesses means that the money generated by the sale of every entrance ticket and every drop of beer passes to the two main charities plus many other smaller local good causes.
This means you can feel genuinely good about yourself – for drinking beer.”
Last year’s event was so popular that the beer ran out – but organisers say that for 2018 supplies have been doubled.