In partnership with Newbury Real Ale Festival 2023
Are you ready to get stuck into the Renegade Ale Trail? It’s super simple; just head to one of the participating pubs, order yourself a delicious pint of Renegade beer and ask the team to stamp your card. You can pick up a card at any of the pubs taking part.
Once you’ve got a stamp from all the venues, take a pic, upload it to Instagram and tag us & NRAF @renegadebrew @newburyalefest and use #renegadealetrail. The first two cards to be completed will win tickets to Newbury Real Ale Festival and Renegade merch. Anyone else with a fully loaded card can take it to NRAF (click here for tickets) and claim 2 free drink tokens.
Want a little something extra? If your last stamp is at Renegade Taproom, you can claim a pint on us AND 10% off in the shop!
Where can i get a stamp?
The Rowbarge, Station Rd, Woolhampton, Reading, RG7 5SH
The Crown & Horns, Compton Rd, East Ilsley, Newbury, RG20 7LH
The Harrow, Main St, West Ilsley, Newbury, RG20 7AR
The Royal Oak, The Square, Yattendon, RG18 0UG
The Star, 21 Rectory Rd, Oxford, OX4 1BU
The Catherine Wheel, 35 Cheap Street, Newbury, RG14 5DN
The Lamb & Flag, 12 St Giles’, Oxford, OX1 3JS
The Brewery Tap, 40-42 Ock Street, Abingdon, OX14 5BZ
The George Inn, Andover, SP11 6BG
The Hartley Arms, 2 Castle Ln, Donnington, Newbury, RG14 2JP
The Crown & Garter, Great Common Road, Inkpen Common, Hungerford, RG17 9QR
Renegade Taproom & Kitchen, The Old Dairy, Yattendon, RG18 0XT
Terms & Conditions
There will be two pairs of tickets available as the main prize. The first two people to tag NRAF & Renegade on Instagram with a fully loaded card will win a pair of tickets each. Anyone taking part must be over 18. We do not advocate drinking to excess; please drink responsibly. Visit drinkaware.co.uk for more info. After 2 winners have been chosen, fully loaded cards will receive 2 drink tokens at NRAF. Hand over your card on entry to claim. You must buy a pint of Renegade beer to qualify for a stamp. Your card cannot be exchanged for monetary value.