Crick Beer Festival 

Crick Beer Festival

Following the enormous success of previous years, Crick pub, The Wheatsheaf, will once again provide the Crick Boat Show with a beer festival in the bar marquee. For 2019 there is a new selection from independent suppliers from around Northamptonshire, Warwickshire and Leicestershire.

Crick Beer Festival list 2019 »


NEW FOR 2019

20 Gins to celebrate 20 Shows

In addition to the extensive range of beer and cider in the Wheatsheaf Bar, Crick 2019 will also have a new, dedicated gin bar. Sample up to 20 different gins, you will find all the classics and some rarer varieties - take a look at the list below. PLUS, if you fancy some fizz, the gin bar will also be serving prosecco. 




Sipsmith London Dry

Distilled with 10 botanicals giving floral summer meadow notes followed by juniper & citrus. Garnish with Lime

Hendricks Midsummer

Infused with an array of natural floral essences in tribute to the Midsummer Solstice. Garnish with cucumber & orange

The King of Soho

Opens up to reveal classic juniper & pine notes with a refreshing zest of citrus oil. Garnish with grapefruit

The Botanist

A rich silky smooth gin with a citrus note balanced by a smorgasbord of floral flavours from the many botanicals used. Garnish with rosemary

Silent Pool Gin

Beautiful & complex with deep layers of floral, chamomile & lavender, kaffir lime leaf & citrus, sweet honey & elderflower. Garnish with orange

Gin Mare

Fragrant aromatic nose with subtle aniseed, crushed juniper berries & lemon peel. Garnish with orange, lime & rosemary

Warner Edwards Rhubarb

A fruity & sweet gin with a taste of juniper, rhubarb, slight citrus, cinnamon & mild spice. Garnish with orange & serve with Fevertree Ginger Ale

Warner Edwards Elderflower

Slight sweetness amplifies elderflower with lime cordial-like notes & finished with coriander, pine & black pepper spice. Garnish with lemon & mint

Warner Edwards Dry

Strong hints of citrus orange, cinnamon, nutmeg, coriander & cardomon. Garnish with orange

Bathtub Gin

Notes of cardomom & orange blossom with a juniper, cardomom & cinamon finish. Garnish with orange


A bold, juniper-led taste with zesty notes of citrus. Garnish with Lime

Gordons Pink

The sweetness of raspberries & strawberries with the tang of redcurrant. Garnish with Strawberry

Greenalls wild berry

A clean, crisp & slightly sweet gin with an initial taste of juniper & wild berries with a mild peppery finish. Garnish with strawberry

Beefeater Blood orange

This gin has a bitter-sweet juicy flavour and a vibrant striking colour. Garnish with orange

Beefeater Gin

Both spicy & fruity with a nice balance & a focus on the juniper. Garnish with lemon

Alfred Button parma violet

This gin based liqueuer works well with tonic or a cheeky top up of prosecco! Garnish with blueberries

Bombay Sapphire

Exceptionally smooth it opens with a touch of juniper, ripe citrus & hints of spice. Garnish with Orange

Whitley Neill Raspberry

A delicate fruity taste and a lasting citrus & raspberry flavour. Garnish with raspberry

Millers Dry

A full citrus taste with the juniper notes emerging half way through. Garnish with cucumber & strawberry


Juniper aromas with floral hints followed by a blanket of sweet orange, lime zest & elderflower. Garnish with cucumber & black pepper

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