Wrexham’s bus based Real Ale Trail festival featuring 7 rural pubs returns for 21st October.
The hugely popular Wrexham Real Ale Trail was disappointedly cancelled last year due to the collapse of GHA Coaches, but it’s back this year with a new bus company and some new pubs!
Wrexham’s much-loved Real Ale Trail transports hundreds of ale enthusiasts between 12noon and 11pm on 21st October to handpicked real ale pubs dotted around the Wrexham countryside by bus to enjoy over 50 real ales and tasty local food without the worry of who is driving.
The Real Ale Trail buses aim to arrive every 30 minutes at each pub. Allowing festival goers to hop on and off the buses at any pub on route all day. People usually start at Wrexham, but you can start at any pub at any time of the day. You can pick up your bus tickets from any participating pub or online and this gives you unlimited travel all day long.
October’s Wrexham Real Ale Trail take you to some familiar faces such as Saith Seren, White Horse and The Buck House Hotel as well as some new pubs to the route – the new reopened Kings Head in Bwlchgwyn and Nags Head in Ridelywood.