VENUE: Leicester Lions Rugby Football Club, Lutterworth Road, Blaby, LE8 4DY

SAT NAV COORDINATES: 52.563889, -1.169222


The Leicester Lions Beer Festival runs on Thursday 20th, Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd July 2023.


Free entry on Thursday and between 3pm - 5pm on Friday.

Children under 12 years of age will not be allowed on site.


Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and are not permitted in the clubhouse.




The bar will be under a Marquee, with musical entertainment (live bands on Saturday) inside the clubhouse. Food will be served from the kitchen kiosk (outside).

Limited parking is available so you may prefer to get a taxi or a lift to the Beer Festival.


From Leicester, catch an Arriva bus 85 to Lutterworth Road, then a short walk south to the venue.

From Lutterworth, catch an Arriva bus 84 to Wychwood Road, then cross the roundabout to take a short walk north along Lutterworth Road to the venue.


You will need to purchase Tokens before going to the bar in the marquee. Tokens can be exchanged for drinks (and a 'glass') at the bar.
1 token = 1/2 pint or soft drink; 2 tokens = 1 pint of beer / cider, 1 (175ml) glass of wine, 1 (125ml) glass of prosecco or a glass of gin (25ml) & tonic. 1 token = 1 drinks glass (polycarbonate).


Payment for tokens and entrance fee can be made using contactless debit/credit card.

The clubhouse bar will be open throughout the festival event (and is independent of the charity festival). This is a cash bar - please do not try to use festival tokens to purchase drinks in the clubhouse.


Pay £5 for admission at the festival entrance (Friday after 5pm, any time Saturday).

Free entry (for everyone) on Thursday 20th July and on Friday 21st July for our 'Builders special offer' between 3pm - 5pm.

CAMRA members are offered free entry on Thursday and Friday and receive 1 free token for their first half pint (bring your membership card!).


If you bought a Festival ticket online, bring your e-Ticket with you (printed, or show the Ticket QR code on your smart phone or device). Tokens can be purchased at the ticket desk.


If you have a Gift Voucher there is no need to wait in line - come to the front of the queue to claim your tokens.


If you have been admitted to the festival already you will not need to join the back of the queue at the entrance (for more tokens) - just come to the front and show your hand stamp.


Tokens may be purchased from Keith behind the Marquee Bar if you smile sweetly!



If you look under 25 please bring ID to prove your age. No sharp objects or glass will be allowed on site (your bag may be searched by our security team). You may not bring alcohol or any food items onto the site (those with special dietary requirements can bring certain food items to substitute, e.g. gluten free burger baps).

You must drink up before leaving the site - no drinks to be taken off site at the end of the evening!

Please keep off the rugby pitch!

When leaving the site in the evening, please be considerate of our neighbours and keep noise levels down.

Leicester Lions Beer Festival
Blaby Beer Festival
Leicester Lions Beer Festival

THURSDAY 20 JULY 2023:    6pm - 11pm

FRIDAY 21 JULY 2023:    3pm - 11pm

SATURDAY 22 JULY 2023:    12pm - 11pm

Sorry, children under 12 are not allowed to attend this event.


The bar will stop serving alcohol at 10.30pm on each day of the festival.









5.00pm - 6.30pm (with 30 minute break)

Jimmy Johnson


7.00pm - 8.30pm (with 30 minute break)

Gavin and the Laas


9.00pm - 10.30pm (with 30 minute break)





Many thanks to all the musicians who performed at our previous beer festivals:


Jazz Crew










Musical performers

A big thank you to all the performers who gave their time freely to support our charity beer festival, raising awareness of Prostate Cancer and the charity PROSTaid.

  • Leicester Lions Beer Festival Music
  • Leicester Lions Beer Festival Music
  • Leicester Lions Beer Festival Music
PPL PRS TheMusicLicence


This event was supported by the PPL PRS charity and community discount scheme. PPL PRS licenses the use of copyright music across the UK, giving businesses and organisations the permission they need to play the music they want.


TheMusicLicence ensures that music creators are fairly rewarded with royalties so they can keep making music - and mean that we’re able to support music at events like this.


For more information about PPL PRS, visit pplprs.co.uk or call 0800 0720 808





Rick, Les and Keith have been tasting the ales from MonsteX brewery - you can look forward to some great beers this year!

MonsteX brewery


The following beers were available at the 2022 beer festival.




EH Smith Celebration Ale

EH Smith 100 year Celebration Ale

A copper ale, with a blend of British and American hops. Brewed specially by Anstey Ale (MonsteX). (On hand pull.)

Anstey Ale Lakeside

Anstey Ale - Lakeside

Easy going, refreshing pale bitter made with Admiral hops.

Anstey Ale Neddys

Anstey Ale - Neddy's

Session ale with a blend of simco and cascade hops providing a medium bitterness and citrus notes.

MonsteX X19

MonsteX - X19

A balanced pale ale of a slighlty stronger base of 4.7%, the newbie in the MonsteX range and a festival first.

Magpie Raven Stout

(Vegan) Magpie Brewery - Raven Stout

Our stout is rich, smooth and packed full of roasted malt flavours and a little sweet smokiness.

Magpie Jay IPA

(Vegan) Magpie Brewery - Jay IPA

Bursting with British hops, this warming yet refreshing beer is fruity and aromatic.

Manning Woah Man

(Vegan) Manning Brewers - Woah Man

Dry hopped with floral aromas.

Parish Special Bitter

Parish Brewery - Parish Special Bitter

Light amber chestnut in colour with a distinctively malty aroma.

Coney Dog Lite

Morton Brewery - Coney Dog Lite

A crisp, citrussy, pale ale.

Essington IPA

Morton Brewery - Essington IPA

Pale, bitter, strong, hoppy. A true IPA using Pale malt, Lager malt and a generous charge of Brewers Gold hops for a powerful aroma.

Berry Dangerous

Leatherbritches - Berry Dangerous

Smooth dark porter infused with raspberries, strawberries and a hint of blackberry. Resulting in a well rounded deliciously moreish pint.

Scary Hairy

Leatherbritches - Scary Hairy

Golden in colour, full of flavour hops include Cascade, Herkules and chinook to give a well balanced crisp and refreshing IPA.

Lemongrass and Ginger

Leatherbritches - Lemongrass & Ginger

Don’t tell Harry! Multi award winning pale session ale, crisp and refreshing with lemongrass and ginger spicy notes.

Bohemian Pilsner

Leatherbritches - Bohemian Pilsner

Pale golden in colour and subtly hopped this one is for the part time lager drinker, for the sunny day in the garden. Smooth and refreshing to quench even the greatest of thirsts.

Hartshorns Brewery Full Nelson

Hartshorns Brewery - Full Nelson

Pale golden ale brewed with the very popular Nelson hops.

Hartshorns Brewery Shakademus

Hartshorns Brewery - Shakademus

A perfectly balanced golden ale with citrus and pine flavours, Shakademus is deceptively drinkable.

Brunswick White Feather

Brunswick Brewery - White Feather

A classic pale session beer, easy drinking yet full bodied. A sweet start gives way to a dry citrus finish.

Brunswick Ubiquitous

Brunswick Brewery - Ubiquitous

A single hop pale generously hopped with Citra hops. Big tropical & citrus flavours.

Brunswick The Usual

Brunswick Brewery - The Usual

A traditional copper coloured best bitter, finely balanced with toffee flavours imparted by use of crystal malt.

Caveman - Palaeolithic

Caveman Brewery - Palaeolithic

A light session beer with a high dose of aromatic hops. Well balanced and highly drinkable.

Caveman - Neolithic

Caveman Brewery - Neolithic

A hoppy, pale golden ale with a straightforward malt character that really lets the citrus, grapefruit and pine flavours of our heavy hop combo shine through. A refreshing session beer for summer days.

Tap House Brewery Kingdom

Tap House Brewery - Kingdom

Deep ruby, reddish brown ale, lead by its malty characteristics followed shortly with a refreshing undercurrent of fruity hops.

Tap House Brewery Malt Teaser

Tap House Brewery - Malt Teaser

Traditional deep amber in colour full bodied malty ale. Malts including Crystal, Cara, Amber and a hint of Roasted Barley. Giving this beer multi layers of malty goodness.

Falstaff Brewery Spencer

Falstaff Brewery - Flanagan

Pale, hoppy session ale with a crisp bitter finish.

Falstaff Brewery Dodd

Falstaff Brewery - Dodd

Golden, hoppy bitter with pleasant malty undertones.

Aldwark Artisan Ales Nostrum Amber

Aldwark Artisan Ales - Nostrum Amber

A warming, amber bitter with honey undertones and lovely mouth feel. This cask conditioned ale from Aldwark Artisan Ales is a real crowd pleaser.

Aldwark Artisan Ales Hare on the Hill

Aldwark Artisan Ales - Hare on the Hill

Pale bitter brewed in the hills of Derbyshire. Subtly hopped, easy drinking pale ale.

Peakstones Rock Brewery - Pugins Gold

Peakstones Rock Brewery - Pugin's Gold

A light golden coloured beer brewed with lager malt using hops that give it a light crisp aroma.

Peakstones Rock Brewery - Chained Oak

Peakstones Rock Brewery - Chained Oak

An amber coloured traditional IPA. A smooth flavour and good aroma.

Milestone Brewery - Maid Marian

Milestone Brewery - Maid Marian

Light, golden, refreshing and well balanced bitter.

Milestone Brewery - Colonial Pale

Milestone Brewery - Colonial Pale

Golden, aromatic and refreshing with new world hops.

Milestone Brewery - Black Pearl

Milestone Brewery - Black Pearl

A deep and mysterious authentic Irish stout.

Tollgate Brewery - Grizzly

Tollgate Brewery - Grizzly

Big, bold, with real American Bite. Red IPAs are darker in colour than their pale counterparts and possess a sweet, malty backbone from the darker grains added to the brew.

Tollgate Brewery - Hackney Blonde

Tollgate Brewery - Hackney Blonde

Light and crisp sessionable blonde ale.

Black Hole Brewery - Super Nova

Black Hole Brewery - Super Nova

Like marmalade made from Seville oranges and grapefruit, the aroma mimics the sweet start but gives into the hops which combine with a touch of rye malt for a dry finish.

Black Hole Brewery - Celestial

Black Hole Brewery - Celestial

A session IPA that doesn't compromise on flavour. Nelson Sauvin hops for a tropical fruit aroma, while a lower ABV retains drinkability.

Manning Spaceman

(Vegan) Manning Brewers - Spaceman

Dark treacle toffee stout.

Mad Brewer Bamboozled

Mad Brewer - Bamboozled

Hoppy fresh IPA with hints of tropical fruit, leading to a well rounded smooth refreshing finish. Hops include, Hüll Melon, Pacific jade, mosaic and citra.

Moonface Brewery Citra

Moonface Brewery - Citra

Light gold in colour, hopped using mostly citra, with citrus and tropical hop flavours. A bitter finish and very refreshing.

Moonface Brewery Drama Queen

Moonface Brewery - Drama Queen

English buttery blonde ale.

Parish Brewery Farm Gold

Parish Brewery - Farm Gold

Light coloured beer with distinctive hoppy taste and powerful aroma.

MonsteX West Coast Pilsner

MonsteX - West Coast Pilsner

A hybrid beer made with West Coast ale yeast along with a mixture of West Coast hops and noble German hops. European lager meets IPA to quench a monster thirst.

MonsteX Starchaser

(Vegan) MonsteX - Star Chaser

The combination of New Zealand and English hops create a delicate blend of peach and orange aromas. This fruitiness is balanced with a punch of hoppy bitterness.

MonsteX Hellfire

(Vegan) MonsteX - Hellfire

Crisp and aromatic mega-hopped beer.

MonsteX Strawberry Haze

(Vegan) MonsteX - Strawberry Haze

Belgian Wheat Beer.

In 2022, we had a selection of ciders, including:


Leatherbritches Ciders

  • Cherry, 4.0%
  • Blue Raspberry, 4.0%
  • Strawberry, 4.0%
  • Moonshine, 4.0%
  • Apple & Pear, 4.0%
  • Mango, 4.0%
  • Pure Apple Cider, 7.2%


Charnwood Ciders

  • Sileby Special, 6.2%

Check out our Gin Bar!

Gin Bar


Gin measures will be 25ml. Here are the gins we offered at the 2022 festival:


  1. JJ Whitley Pink Cherry Gin - 38%
  2. Martin Millers Icelandic Water Gin - 40%
  3. Waitrose Zesty 8 Botanical Gin - 37.5%
  4. JJ Whitley Mango & Papaya Gin - 38%
  5. JJ Whitley Violet Gin - 38.6%
  6. JJ Whitley Bramble Gin - 38%
  7. JJ Whitley Blood Orange Gin - 38%
  8. City of London Brazilian Lime Gin - 40.3%
  9. Greenall's Wild Berry Gin - 37.5%
  10. Zafiro Andalusian Orange Blossom Gin - 37.5%
  11. Zafiro Premium Strawberry Gin - 37.5%
  12. Plymouth Copper Still Grain Gin - 41.2%
  13. Victorious Dutch Berry Gin - 40%
  14. Gordons Mediterranean Orange Gin - 37.5%
  15. Gordons 1880 Pink Gin Recipe - 37.5%
  16. Gordons Sicilian Lemon Gin - 37.5%
  17. Gordons White Peach Gin - 37.5%
  18. Tanqueray Royale Blackcurrent Gin - 41.3%
  19. Tanqueray Export Strength Gin - 43.1%
  20. Haymans Hand Distilled London Gin - 41.2%
  21. Gordons Dry Gin with Fresh Raspberries - 37.5%
  22. Gordons Rhubarb Gin - 31.5%
  23. Beefeater Dry Gin + fresh Gooseberries - 35%
  24. Beefeater London Dry 100% Grain Gin - 40%
  25. Beefeater Peach & Raspberry Dry Gin - 37.5%
  26. Beefeater Pink Strawberries Dry Gin - 37.5%
  27. Beefeater Blood Orange Dry Gin - 37.5%
  28. Greysons Rhubarb Dry Gin - 32%
  29. Bombay Sapphire Sunset + fresh Strawberries - 43%
  30. Bombay Sapphire with Exotic Botanicals - 40%
  31. Bombay Sapphire Sunset Special Edition - with Cardamom, Turmeric & Mandarin - 43%
  32. Bombay Sapphire Blackberry & Raspberry Infusion - 37.5%
  33. McQueen Scottish Black Cherry & Vanilla Gin - 37.5%
  34. Haysmiths Oriental Spiced Dry Gin - 40%
  35. Whitley Neill Watermelon & Kiwi Gin - 43%
  36. Haysmiths Redcurrant & Raspberry Gin - 40%
  37. Heston Basic, Rosemary, Thyme & Lavender Gin - 40%

Gin Selection


A selection of wine, prosecco and soft drinks will also be available.



The Leicester Lions RFC chef will be preparing a range of food & snacks. Pay for your food items using your drinks tokens.

The serving hatch is at the rear of the clubhouse, near the main marquee.

Hot and Cold Snacks


All meals on the menu below cost 3 TOKENS

  1. BEEFBURGER with bacon, cheese, onions & CHIPS

  2. JUMBO HOT DOG with cheese, onions & CHIPS

  3. 9" PIZZA (cheese / chicken / pepperoni / meat-feast) & CHIPS

  4. LARGE TRAY LOADED NACHOS with chilli, cheese, guacamole and sour cream

  5. HALLOUMI BURGER with cheese, onions & CHIPS

  6. VEGGIE BURGER with cheese, onions & CHIPS


  8. Gluten free cobs will be available. Please note that food is cooked in vegetable oil.


If you're drinking you'll need a polycarbonate glass on entry - a pint 'glass', prosecco, wine and/or gin 'glass' - each one costs 1 TOKEN and can be swapped for a different 'glass' at the marquee bar.


The wine 'glass' provides a 175ml serving, the Prosecco 'glass' is for a 125ml serving and the gin 'glass' can be used for a 25ml serving, topped up with tonic water. Choose a pint 'glass' if you want to buy any soft drinks.


Admission to the Beer Festival costs £5 on both Friday (after 5pm) and Saturday. If you are coming on both Friday and Saturday, you will need to purchase 2 admission tickets. If you haven't bought a ticket in advance you may pay for admission on each day (at the entrance desk). Please bring a contactless debit or credit card with you to pay for admission and drinks/food tokens. We operate a cashless bar in the marquee.


FREE ENTRY FOR CAMRA MEMBERS (Thursday and Friday) - proof of membership must be shown.



If the venue is nearing maximum capacity on any of the festival days, only those who already have tickets will be allowed in.


All profits will be donated to local prostate cancer charity PROSTaid.




Tickets will be available to buy until 18th July 2023.



£5 per person, per day, for admission on Friday 21st July (after 5pm) / Saturday 22nd July

Free entry on Thursday 20th July and also on Friday 21st July (between 3pm - 5pm).


£5 Admission price (Fri/Sat) - please purchase your tickets online (in advance of the festival).




Please bring a contactless debit/credit card to make your payments.


If you have bought tickets in advance (either raffle style tickets or e-tickets online), please remember to bring them with you. E-tickets can be either printed out or displayed on your smart phone or tablet. If you have lost your ticket you will need to pay again for admission.

Your e-ticket will show a QR code - this will need to be scanned, so please make sure any printouts are clear.

You can purchase extra tokens at any time at the entrance desk.

Once you have been admitted (have had your hand stamped) you can jump the queue when purchasing more tokens - no need to join the back of the queue!


No refunds can be given and any leftover credit on your e-Ticket will be donated to charity.

No replacement Tickets will be offered - if you lose your Ticket (and any credit on the Ticket), you will need to pay for admission again and buy more tokens - please look after your Ticket.





Tokens can be bought at the Festival entrance and exchanged for drinks at the marquee bar or for food at the kitchen (no cash will be accepted at the marquee bar or kitchen).


Admission fee = £5 on Friday (after 5pm) / Saturday (all day)


Each polycarbonate 'glass' costs 1 token.




1 token = £2


2 tokens = £4


3 tokens = £6


4 tokens = £8


6 tokens = £12


8 tokens = £16


10 tokens = £20


15 tokens = £30


20 tokens = £40


25 tokens = £50


30 tokens = £60


40 tokens = £80



2 tokens for one pint of real ale / beer / cider / lager

2 tokens for one 'glass' of Gin (25ml) & Tonic

2 tokens for a 175ml 'glass' of Wine or a 125ml 'glass' of Prosecco

Soft drinks and 1/2 pint of beer or cider costs 1 TOKEN.




Sponsors & Supporters

Please consider sponsoring the 2023 Leicester Lions Beer Festival - view the Sponsorship Opportunities.

Many thanks to the following companies for sponsoring and supporting the Leicester Lions Beer Festival in the past. Visit their website to find out more about them.

EH Smith builders merchants

One of the largest independent builders merchants and timber merchants in the UK, EH Smith stock a huge range of building supplies for Trade and DIY.

From Bricks and Timber to Garden Landscaping, Paint and Tools, EH Smith have everything you need for DIY and home improvement. They are the local merchant on your doorstep. What’s more they deliver too!

For sales or advice, please call 0116 275 0999 or email leicester@ehsmith.co.uk.

Churchgate Auctions

Churchgate Auctions Ltd draws on over 40 years of experience to provide a market leading Auctioneering and Valuation service to the Leicestershire and Midlands region.
"We have an auction that will suit your needs".

0116 287 4856

Sheldon Bosley Knight

Sheldon Bosley Knight is experienced in all areas of property management. Our estate agents are well-versed in the locations they cover, including Evesham, Kenilworth, Kineton, Leamington Spa, Pershore, Shipston-On-Stour, Winchcombe, and Chipping Campden. They also have extensive experience in rural and agricultural services, Planning and Architectural services, Survey and Valuation Services & Block Management.

01789 387 887


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0333 777 8000

Foxes Recruitment

Foxes Recruitment (Leicester) was founded in 2019 by industry professional Kyle Hoy. Having worked in the recruitment industry since day one of his working life Kyle brings the team a wealth of experience so Foxes can compete to be one of the best agencies in Leicester.

0116 366 9006

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Food Bank

We collect and distribute your spare food items to help struggling families and elderly people, all year round.

Recycle your old spectacles

By collecting unused glasses and spectacles we can offer improved sight to thousands around the world. After cleaning and sorting, these are sent to developing countries, improving the lives of many people.

Supporting local charities

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Social Events

Lions clubs have regular social events - it's not all work! Join us for one of our socials to get to know us. Events include 10-pin bowling, Ghost Walks, Theatre and Museum visits, Crazy Golf and many more!

Lions Clubs International

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Blaby & District Lions Club meets at Enderby Social Club, Coleridge Drive, Enderby on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. E: ask@blabylions.co.uk T: 0116 275 1567.


Oadby & Wigston Lions Club meets at Glen Gorse Golf Club, Oadby on the last Monday of each month. E: owlionsclub@live.co.uk T: 07952 979329


Rutland Lions Club meets at Whipper-In Hotel, Market Place, Oakham on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. E: allanjgrey@gmail.com T: 07919 993038


Leicester Charnwood Lions Club meets at Ramada Hotel, Wigston on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. E: jay.ghaghda@gmail.com


Leicester Host Lions Club meets at Leicester Golf Club, Evington Lane, Leicester on the 4th Tuesday of each month. E: secretary@leicesterhost.lions105e.org.uk


Melton Mowbray Lions Club meets at the Quorn Lodge Hotel, Melton Mowbray on the 2nd Thursday of each month. E: Dave Robb (secretary) secretary@melton-lions.org.uk


Barwell and Earl Shilton Lions Club meets at the Barwell constitutional Club on the 1st Monday of each month.


Hinckley & Burbage Lions Club meets at New Plough Inn, 24 Leicester Road, Hinckley on the 2nd Monday of each month. Contact the secretary to find out more. E: lionsue.mcmillan@btinternet.com T: 0345 833 5892


Lutterworth Lions Club meets at Lutterworth Cricket Club, Coventry Road, Lutterworth on the 2nd Monday of each month. Contact the secretary Jim Patel (01455 553188) to find out more. E: member@lutterworth.wanadoo.co.uk


Rothley & Soar Valley Lions Club meets at Rothley Court Hotel on the 2nd Monday of each month. E: John Simmons (secretary)jaspa.s@jaspasimmons.plus.com T: 0845 833 4318


Shepshed Lions Club meets at Livio's Restaurant, 31 Hall Croft, Shepshed on the 1st Monday of each month. E: lynnjac19@gmail.com T: 07811 353 248


Harborough TWENTY 12 Lions Club meets at Angel Hotel, Market Harborough on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. E: kategodber@hotmail.com


If you would like to join us or find out how you can spend a few hours a month serving your community, please get in touch.

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PROSTaid Charity

PROSTaid was started in 2006. We are a local, registered, independent prostate & prostate cancer charity, based in Wigston, Leicestershire. PROSTaid covers Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire; we rely on donations and bequests to continue our work and receive no government funding. We are run by prostate cancer patients, families, friends and urological professionals.

PROSTaid charity

We thank all of you who joined us at the last four Beer Festivals we organised in Cosby and Blaby, helping us to raise over £25,000 for local prostate cancer charity Prostaid.

- Les Szabo, Oadby & Wigston Lions Club -

If you would like to become a 2023 sponsor please Contact Us

EMAIL ENQUIRIES: info@leicesterlionsbeerfestival.uk

Business correspondence should be addressed to: LLBF 2023, 1 Wynton Close, Blaby, Leicester LE8 4HG


If you would like to ask us anything about the Beer Festival please send us an email message.