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Reporting from the launch of Brew Dorch Festival 2023

Celebrating the county town’s prestigious brewing and distilling history, venues across the town have organised some refreshing events that will involve a fair amount of frivolity in the Brew Dorch Festival 2023. Ahead of the festival which takes place from 16th to the 19th February 2023, a press launch took place on the 19th January at Dorchester’s Brewhouse and Kitchen microbrewery and pub. Rob Mott attended the launch for KeeP 106 and spoke to some of those attending including the brewer, Ian Gosling, Katie from Tom Browns pub and former Managing Director of Eldridge Pope & Co, Jeremy Pope.

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See the full list of events here: discoverdorchester.co.uk/BrewDorch and follow the Facebook page here: facebook.com/BrewDorch

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Brewer Ian Gosling

Brewer Ian Gosling

Rob Mott interviewing Ian Gosling

Rob Mott interviewing Ian Gosling