Curved AirConsidered (according to AllMusic) "one of the most dramatically accomplished of all the bands lumped into Britain's late-'60s prog explosion", Curved Air is a pioneering British progressive rock group of musicians from mixed artistic backgrounds.

They are famed for their unforgettable live performances and 'Art Rock' music -

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Hometown HiFiAfter the success of the Michael Jackson night, Ska returns to RSC.

On 29th November, Hometown HiFi will be playing in our latest fundraiser. An exciting, edgy, energetic ska band playing a mixture of classic Jamaican ska from the 60’s and 70’s (Toots & The Maytals, Desmond Dekker, Prince Buster, Dandy Livingston, Jimmy Cliff, Symarip) and urban ska from the 70’s and 80’s (aka 2-Tone: The Specials, Madness, The Selecter, The Beat, Bad Manners).

Tickets available soon!

Jennings Gold DiggerOur latest guest ale as we march on in our journey to seek out and quaff this country's finest refreshments. What did we know about this before ordering in enough to keep us going? We like Jennings brewery. What's not to like about something that comes from Cockermouth? The Lake District's finest export we say.

Forget Wainwright and his walks -if he'd been on this stuff he'd never have left the pub or possibly if he'd decided to go for a ramble after a few of these he'd have written a very different account of his time in amongst the beautiful scenery.

A light bitter 4.2% , gold , hoppy citrus , full slightly sweet. The brewery bumf says it uses golding hops and a handful of crystal malt. Delicate, subtle aroma. The beer shield has a picture of a crazed woman with a spade in front of a much older fella. More like crystal meth than crystal malt.

Anyway, it's a very decent beer, definitely worth a try. Enjoy it, it's only going to be with us for a short while as we will be delving into the beer bible again shortly to unearth another winner.

Youngs AleRSC is now proudly serving Youngs as its resident beer!

Keep up to date with our latest guest ales (with reviews) on the RSC website!