14,000 people commenced to Warwick for the first-ever Pub in the Park festival in the West Midlands.

For the fifth time on the summer tour, the Black Storm team – comprising of only Paul this time – who not for the first time, flew the Black Storm flag as he travelled South eagerly ready to supply the great people of Warwick with some fantastic beer.

Unlike at the previous festival in Bath, Paul was armed with a range of new beers, perfect timing, offering the Pub in the Park punters a new array of beer to get stuck into.

Cans of the new Czech style Pilsner, June’s 12 beers in 12 months collaboration ‘Gentleman of Letters’ and Great British Blonde – all released in the week running up to the fest, demonstrated what the Black Storm team knew already – that these cans would be a huge success this summer.

As the Friday night sun beamed over the Warwick, a buzz was felt across the festival in expectancy for what the next few days would bring; the promise of live music and outstanding food options was occupied by Paul’s appetite to provide the finest beer there.

Upon setting up for Saturdays morning session, there was feeling amongst the traders that super Saturday would prove to be the busiest period of the weekend, and the teams were not wrong. All of the products flew out, with customers frequently returning for a different beer.

For the final day, crowds flocked through the now famous Pub in the Park gates, as the guarantee of a gorgeous day was forecasted. Paul’s expertise for the perfect afternoon beer was reflected, as sales continued to prosper, the exclusive PITP IPA performed well and demonstrated why the Black Storm brewed this speciality can.

Overall, the weekend was again a victory for the Black Storm team, Paul’s knowledge and desire to satisfy our loyal customers proved key to a successful fest.

Dunorian Park in Tunbridge Wells is home for the next chapter of Tom Kerridge’s festival tour.