Final release tickets for Bristol Craft Beer Festival 2021 still up for grabs

Final release tickets for Bristol Craft Beer Festival 2021 still up for grabs

Posted on: 21 Jul 2021

Final release tickets for the 2021 Bristol Craft Beer Festival (BCBF) are on sale now.


From July 30 - August 1, over 40 world-class vendors will descend upon Bristol's Floating Harbour with a selection of the finest beer and street food from local and international producers in tow.


New additions to the line-up of the latest instalment of BCBF include Alpha Delta, Pastore, Beak and Bullhouse. The festival will also feature some of the USA’s most exciting breweries: Mountains Walking, Adroit Theory, The Brewing Project, Brix City and 18th Street.


Of course, it wouldn't be a celebration of Bristol's craft beer scene without a selection of local heads in attendance, namely, Wiper & True, Lost & Grounded, Left Handed Giant, Good Chemistry, Moor, Harbour, Wild Beer and Newtown Park. Some of the finest local DJs will also be performing.

Accompanying over 100 world-class brews are some of the biggest names in Bristol's independent food scene. Jikoni's x Arawelo Eats, Little Taquero, Popti & Beast x Asado and Two Belly will all be in attendance.


The three-day celebration of craft beer culture in Bristol and beyond was originally scheduled to take place in June 2021, before new restrictions enforced at the last minute scuppered any chance of the event going ahead.


Organisers said at the time: "We have tried to move heaven and earth, working with Bristol City Council to find a path over the last few days. The council have been incredibly helpful but sadly with the festival so close we’ve had to make a firm decision in the interest of all involved.


"We know this will be disappointing to some, we’re in that boat too. We can only thank you for your patience and loyalty as we continue to navigate through what we all hope will be the final hurdles of the COVID-19 pandemic."

Determined to avoid the outright cancellation of the festivities for a second successive year, plans to safely hold the event have finally come good. BCBF founder Greg Wells said: “Bristol Craft Beer Festival has always been more than just a beer festival - and this year that is especially true.


“This year is all about coming together and celebrating the world of craft beer. The last year has been tough for us all, but as we’re starting to see some return to normality, particularly in the hospitality industry.


"It’s really important to support businesses which need our help, and in some way get Bristol back doing what it does best!


“Bristol is a tremendous beer and food city; we have amazing producers right on our doorstep. We are very happy to bring the Bristol Craft Beer Festival back to the city and safely raise a glass in support of this awesome city.”

Tickets include all of your beer, access to all areas of the festival, and free access to the festival app. You can find them along with more information about the event here

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