Less than a month to go until Bristol Craft Beer FestivalPosted on: 12 May 2023
Bristol Craft Beer Festival is a month away, and tickets are selling out fast.
The Bristol Craft Beer Festival is coming up fast, taking place next month and showcasing some of the best brews from local, national and international breweries. Tickets are selling quickly, with Saturday afternoon tickets already sold out.
Craft beer fans can expect a carefully curated selection of over 50 of the top breweries from all over the world, each showcasing their unique and innovative beer creations – for a total of over 300 beers. From hoppy IPAs to rich stouts all the way to salty-sour goses, there will be something for every beer lover's palate. With all the beer you can drink included in your ticket price, it’s a dizzyingly good deal!
But it's not just about the drinks, the festival will also feature top-notch food from some of Bristol and the UK’s best street food vendors, including the Jolly Hog, Gopal’s Curry Shack and rising stars ACME Fire Cult. On top of that, there’ll be live music and DJs throughout the event.
As mentioned, Saturday afternoon tickets have already sold out, but there are still tickets available for the Friday & Saturday night – but they’re bound to sell quickly, so act fast. As a reminder, this is one of the few all-inclusive beer festivals – meaning you can try all the beer you like, as it’s all included in your ticket price! No wonder the tickets are so popular!
As a sneak peek of what comes with your ticket, the lineup includes plenty of local names like Left-Handed Giant, Wiper & True and recent gold-award winners at the World Beer Cup, Lost & Grounded. Also present will be international brewers: European legends like Mikkeler & Dugges and even Texan beers never-before-tasted in the UK – thanks to distributors Hop the Pond.
So, don’t wait – this is Bristol’s summer beer event of the year! Enjoy an a bonanza of brilliant brewed beverages with your buds, and bask in the bright and balmy sun. Get your tickets here.
Patrick is a filmmaker with so much Bristol in his blood the white blood cells are graffiti'd. Educated at the Northern Film School in Leeds, he’s returned home to be a Videographer and Reviewer for 365Bristol and BARBI. When he’s not messing about with cameras, he enjoys playing guitar, spending far too much time on tabletop RPGs, and being an awful snob about cider. Have a look at his work here, or get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.