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Oakham is a stunning, small English market town located in the heart of Rutland. With its busy shops, friendly residents and amazing history, Oakham is worth a visit no matter what time of year.
Packed with history, your journey around Oakham can start from either the Rutland County Museum or the famous Oakham Castle, filled with some of the oldest horseshoes in the country.
With plenty of parking in the surrounding area, the Market Place is the heart of the town, with its many shops and easy access to the high street, you will find Oakham easy to navigate and the perfect place to spend an enjoyable day out.
Visiting on a Wednesday or Saturday gives you the perfect opportunity to attend our busy market, filled with stalls that have fascinating items on sale every week. If you fancy a break from exploring the town, Oakham is filled with many pubs and restaurants, perfect for a beautiful day out.
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The 18th Rutland Beer Festival held at The Grainstore Brewery, brings together a wide range of real ales from around the UK. Featuring over seventy Real Ales with an array of golden ales, stouts, bitters, porters and barley wines we also offer a wide selection of traditional ciders.
There’s live entertainment and barbecues every day.
August Bank Holiday weekend
Thursday 5pm until Midnight
Friday 11am until 1.30am
Saturday 9am until 1.30am
Sunday 9am until 1.30am
Monday 11am until Midnight
Admission is free. There is a deposit of £3.00 on a commemorative Rutland Beer Festival glass, which is yours to keep, or return for a full refund.
The Rutland Beer Festival held at The Grainstore Brewery continues to go from strength to strength with each year something new added. 2017 will be a focus on Scottish ales, and feature an intimate stage for acoustic performances during the weekend. As usual the BBQ will be in full operation from around 5pm on the opening night until close of play Monday.
Our friends at Grasmere Farm, Deeping St James will once again be supplying us with our very own Pork and Ten Fifity Ale Sausages to keep you feed.
Breakfast will also be served on Saturday and Sunday to help pep you up from the previous nights fun!
Entertainment will be provided during the Rutland Beer Festival by live bands throughout the weekend. More information on those to follow!