Bristol Craft Beer Festival returns in 2020 for fifth year

Spread the love

 

Bristol Craft Beer Festival returns in 2020 for fifth year

 

From June 12th-13th, the Bristol Craft Beer Festival returns for its fifth year, promising a weekend of great beer, food, live music and vibes.

Bristol’s own brewing scene will be represented by the likes of Good Chemistry, Arbor, Bristol Beer Factory, Lost & Grounded, Left Handed Giant, Moor, Wiper and True, New Bristol and Wild Beer. But festival-goers can also expect plenty of overseas breweries, too…

From Europe, breweries confirmed to be taking part in this year’s Bristol Craft Beer Festival include De La Senne, ToØL and Amundsen, while we’ll also be welcoming Australia’s Stone & Wood, Canada’s Collective Arts, and America’s craft beer founding fathers, Sierra Nevada.

There are more breweries still to be confirmed, so keep an eye out for announcements. But it’s not just about the beer, with the festival also featuring a line-up of some of Bristol’s street food greats, including Murray Mays, Two Belly, Asado and Eatchu.

Tickets for this year’s Bristol Craft Beer Festival are now on sale, and are priced at £49.50 plus booking fee. This ticket price includes entry to the festival for five hours. festival pours of any beer from any brewer, a full music line-up, access to the brewers themselves, a beer tasting glass and a programme. Tickets can be purchased via the festival’s website.

We’re expecting lots of exciting announcements about the festival over the coming months – if you want to stay up-to-date on the organisers’ plans, follow the festival on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.

 

One Response to Bristol Craft Beer Festival returns in 2020 for fifth year

  1. Nice festival.Thankyou for sharing.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *