Rock The Farm – Festival dedicated to Bartenders

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The folk at Chase have been making a lot of headlines over the last year or two and now they are making more (there’s one on this story for starters) with the first ever festival dedicated to the bartender community – Rock The Farm.

Rock The Farm
Bartenders, booze, a tractor.... What can go wrong?

Rock The Farm is a FREE two-day event hosted by Herefordshire-based distillery, Chase. The aim of the event is to give something back to bartenders and the bar industry for their continued support for this British brand of spirits and liqueurs.

The event will be taking place on Sunday 31st July 2011 in the distillery’s grounds with 500 members of the bar industry invited. Revellers will be able to enjoy Chase drinks and BBQ food, watch live music, see or take part in the inaugural Chase Cup Mystery Box Final, tour the distillery, wakeboarding and laser clay pigeon shooting.

The highlight of the day will undoubtedly be the final of the Chase Cup Cocktail Competition. Heats have been taking place across the country and the final will be compared by Paul Mant with an All-Star judging line up handing out the hand-made Chase Cup, Chase goodies and an all-inclusive trip to Ibiza for the winner.

There is also camping available on site for the night and coaches coming from across the country.

Want to go? Well here is your chance simply head to the Rock The Farm website for more details or chat to the lovely folks at The Liquorists or The LBA for more info.

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