Bristol Craft Beer Festival unveil 2021 food lineup

Bristol Craft Beer Festival unveil 2021 food lineup

Posted on: 19 Apr 2021

Organisers have announced a diverse culinary offering ahead of the return of their much-loved annual festival.


Bristol Braft Beer Festival have unveiled a full foodie lineup for their 2021 edition, inviting four renowned restaurants and pop-up kitchens to set up shop at the Lloyds Amphitheatre across the weekend from 11 - 13 June 2021.


As part of one of the festival's most varied selections to date, attendees will be able to sample delicious dishes from food and beverage pairing experts Two Belly, burger aficionados Asado, East African street food kitchen Jikoni and Cornish pizza pop-up Nuvola.


Tickets for the 2021 Bristol Craft Beer Festival are still available online but are expected to sell out soon - find out more and book yours here.



Due to take place on slightly reshuffled dates of 11, 12 and 13 June, the 2021 Bristol Craft Beer Festival represents another great opportunity for locals and visitors alike to sample some of the very best beers sourced from across the city and beyond.


Last year's socially distanced Craft Beer Festival got a great reception in September, and the event is eagerly anticipated by beer fans across the Westcountry year-round.


With another impressive lineup of renowned independent breweries set to be showcasing across the weekend - including some of Bristol's best and brightest - a decent food offering is key, and the team have certainly got you covered with a diverse selection this time around.


Asado certainly need no introduction in Bristol, and they'll be teaming up with St Werbergh's staple Popti and Beast for a creative burger pop-up at the 2021 BCBF, while Jikoni East Africa serve up a range of vibrant Kenyan, Ethiopian, Somalian and Tanzanian cuisine.


Two Belly, meanwhile, will be offering their unrivalled insight into the perfect food and beverage pairings (including a few unexpected beer and cheese combinations), with Harbour Brewery pop-up Nuvola supplying freshly-made pizzas.



Speaking on the announcement of the food lineup, festival founder Greg Wills said:


“What makes Bristol Craft Beer Festival is that it's greater than the sum of its parts. Amazing brews, incredible food and incredible atmosphere all combine to make a truly special event.


“We’re really excited by this food lineup, we’ve got some Bristol favourites in there in the form of Asado and Two Belly, an amazing offering from Jikoni East Africa that maybe not everyone has tried before, and all new players in the form of Nuvola, that we know fans are going to love.”


For more information on the 2021 Bristol Craft Beer Festival, or to get your hands on one of a limited number of remaining tickets, head to their website.

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