Bristol Craft Beer Festival at Bristol Amphitheatre 14th to 16th September 2018

Bristol Craft Beer Festival at Bristol Amphitheatre 14th to 16th September 2018

Posted on: 17 Jun 2018

Beer aficionados and casual drinkers alike are welcome to sample the products of local breweries galore at this year’s Bristol Craft Beer Festival, taking place from the 14th to the 16th September at The Amphitheatre by Harbourside. 




This year the festival is moving to its new venue by the Habourside after two years of hosting the event at the yard at Motion. The organisers are excited to fill the space with halls housing brewers, food and drink traders and seated areas, as well as a music stage featuring yet to be announced artists (the music line up is to be announced on the 10th July). 

Bristol Craft Beer Festival Harbourside

The second wave of craft beer breweries have just been released, with over 30 local brewers now posted including the likes of BrewDog, Wiper & True, Arbor and Bristol Beer Factory. The festival’s food line up announced this week assures that there’ll be no shortage of delicious nosh to soak up all that beer - Asado (burgers), Salt & Malt (Fish and chips), Eatchu (Japanese Gyoza, rice and noodles), the little taquero (tacos) and For Mice and Men (grilled cheese) will all have stalls at the event.

Bristol Craft Beer Festival Harbourside

‘All In’ tickets are from £40 - these give you access to hundreds of beers, a glass to remember your weekend, a festival magazine, and unlimited good times. Events are taking place from Friday night to Sunday afternoon. The sessions are as follows:


End of the Week - 18:00-23:00, Friday 14th September 2018. From £40.


Saturday Social - 11:30-16:30, Saturday 15th September 2018. From £40. 


Big Night Out - 18:00-23:00, Saturday 15th September 2018. From £40.


Sunday Funday - 12:00-17:00, Sunday 16th September 2018. From £37.50.


The Beer Geek Weekender - All Sessions, Friday-Sunday. From £120.


The Amphitheatre is located at Explore Ln, Bristol, BS1 5LL. For more information and to keep track of updates about the festival, visit their website here or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

Article by:

Iona McLeod

Iona is a final year Biomedical Science Undergraduate at the University of Bristol. Her passions include blogging, walks by the harbour and exploring new cocktail venues. Iona is working with 365Bristol as part of the Santander Internship scheme for spring and summer 2018.