Beer, food, music…this weekend’s Bristol Craft Beer Festival is set to be an exciting event – and there’s still tickets available!
On June 7th and 8th, over 40 breweries will be coming to the harbourside from across the globe to share their brews with Bristol.
New for this year will be Spain’s Basqueland Brewing Project, Chicago’s Half Acre & Copenhagen’s People Like Us. You’ll also find some of the most exciting up-and-coming breweries from the US, including Seattle’s Cloudburst, California’s Temescal, Virginia Beach’s Commonwealth Brewing and California’s Humble Sea Brewing.
From Europe, breweries such as Mikkeller, Lervig and Dugges will be returning alongside some of Britain’s finest such as Pressure Drop, Northern Monk, The Kernel & North Brewing Co. And, of course, the Bristol Craft Beer Festival needs local representation, which you’ll find in the form of Wiper & True, Lost & Grounded, Left Handed Giant, Good Chemistry, Moor, Harbour and Wild Beer.
But it’s not just about the beer – it’s the street food, too. Curb your appetite with vegan mezze from Koocha, charcoal-grilled kebabs from Murray Mays, cheese and meat platters from Two Belly, burgers from Asado and Eatchu’s popular gyoza.
And the music? Well, the line-up is entirely female, with DJ sets from Jamz Supernova and Mollie Collins, Sherry S, Barely Legal and Indika, as well Flava D as guest headliner.
Tickets are priced at £45 each plus booking fee. And this will give you entry to the festival for five hours, festival pours of any beer from any brewer throughout, access to the live music and the brewers themselves, a free beer tasting glass and a programme.
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