ristol Craft Beer Festival returns to the city from 7 – 8 June at its waterside home of Lloyds Amphitheatre.
They’re bringing the beers, the beats and the bites. All you need to do is bring yourself and as many beer loving mates you can muster!
With more than 250 beers from 40 international breweries to choose from, impressive additions to the brewery line-up include Spain’s Basqueland Brewing Project, Chicago’s Half Acre & Copenhagen’s People Like Us, which will be the first time either has appeared in the South West city.
Speaking of first appearances, Bristol Craft Beer Festival will feature some of the USA’s most exciting up-and-coming breweries such as;
European legends Mikkeller, Lervig and Dugges will also be returning to the line-up.
As will these British breweries, seemingly setting the relentless and progressive pace of the ever-changing industry in the country;
As well as a weekend of world class brews, Bristol Craft Beer Festival promises a two days of some of Bristol’s most stellar street food. Koocha will be serving up their vegan mezze delights, alongside mouth watering charcoal-grilled kebabs from Murray Mays, the most sensational cheese and meat platters from Two Belly, burgers to die for from Asado and Bristol’s most legendary gyoza from Eatchu.
Bristol Craft Beer Festival will feature an entirely female music line-up, with some of the biggest and best names in the UK DJ scene, with Jamz Supernova and Mollie Collins, Sherry S, Barely Legal and Indika all heading to Bristol Craft Beer Festival 2019... as well as a special guest headliner Flava D.
What do you get when you mix four Bristol craft breweries, 75 huge cans of mango puree, 12 broken tin-openers and a box full of goodies from Harts Bakery? A lip-smacking, brand-spanking, festival-ready new beer, that’s what you get!
In the run-up to the 2019 Bristol Craft Beer Festival, the good guys over at Left Handed Giant, Wiper & True, Good Chemistry and New Bristol Brewery gathered at the St. Phillips Brewhouse to concoct an ambitious new brew and the people of Bristol have named it..!
It’s now become a tradition to have a collaborative brew in the run-up to Bristol Craft Beer Festival, but this is the first time the naming process has been opened to the public. The new festival beer was named;
Alphonso The Passionate Man-Goose
The beer in question is a gooseberry, mango and passion fruit sour IPA with a light touch of hops and a sprinkling of lactose to give it a sweet finish and plenty of juicy body.
Tickets for Bristol Craft Beer Festival are available online from bristolcraftbeerfestival.co.uk. Tickets are £45.50 plus booking fee per person, which includes entry to the event for five hours, festival pours of any beer from any brewer, a full music line-up, access to the people that make the beer themselves, a free beer tasting glass and a programme. Bargain, we reckon!
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