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Today marks the beginning of the 46th beer and cider festival, held by The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). The festival, traditionally organized at the Kelham Island Museum, this year will be held by over 40 pubs, bars, and breweries across Sheffield.
First held in 1975, the event is organized and staffed entirely by volunteers, and every single year a different local charity is chosen by organizers. This year, the sponsors are Arnold Laver, and any spare funds for the event will be donated to the Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity. QR codes will also be available at the venues for guests to donate directly.Read More