A Big Change Has Just Been Announced for Bristol Beer Festival


There aren’t many cities in England–if any–that are home to as many festive events as Bristol, covering everything from balloons, boats to bands.

It has just been announced that the Bristol Craft Beer Festival, one of the most popular drink festivals which has always taken place in September, will now take place in the warmer months as from 2019.

Following its successful move to the Lloyds Amphitheatre this year, the beer Festival will now run from June 7-8, the height of summer.

Tickets for the 2019 Bristol Beer Festival are already on sale and fans can look forward to another three days of fine beers, food and live music.

The Founder of Bristol Craft Beer Festival, Greg Wells, said: “When we first came up with the concept behind our craft beer festivals our first thought was that Bristol is one of the country’s great brewing cities so we have to be involved there.

“Three years, two venues and countless beers later, Bristol Craft Beer Festival has become a mainstay of the Bristol events scene with thousands flocking to the festival to sample the finest brews from Bristol and beyond.”

Early bird tickets are available here and cost £40, which includes entry to the event for five hours, 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.

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