Friday, November 1, 2013

News: New York Beer Festival returns

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Rotherham insolvency expert Paul Moorhead doesn't advocate turning to drink to stave off a financial crisis but he is delighted to be a main sponsor of this year's Rotherham CAMRA New York Beer Festival.

The celebration of more than 60 real ales, many of them from Rotherham's three breweries - Chantry, Harthill Village and Wentworth – is held at Rotherham United's New York Stadium from November 14 to 16.

And Paul, the award winning managing director of Moorgate Crofts-based insolvency practice Moorhead Savage, is sponsoring the festival's programme.

Last year's festival, which also features an extensive selection of ciders and wine as well as food and live entertainment, attracted more than 3,000 visitors and saw the official launch of Chantry Brewery (pictured).

"I am delighted to have this opportunity to be involved in such a great event," said Paul, who was recently named the insolvency industry's Corporate Insolvency Practitioner of the Year.

"We are a Rotherham company and we are always keen to promote Rotherham's successes and be a part of them."

Rotherham CAMRA are marking their 20th anniversary this year and tickets to the event cost £5 and are available online -

Rotherham CAMRA website
Moorhead Savage website

Images: Chantry Brewery

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