The 22nd annual CAMRA Bristol Beer Festival will run from Thursday 21st to Saturday 23rd March 2019 at Brunel’s Old Station, Temple Meads, Bristol. There will be a carefully chosen selection of around 140 different real ales on sale over the course of the festival as well as a good range of cider and perry. There will also be a variety of food available at all sessions.
Tickets for all sessions cost £11.50 including £5 worth of beer festival tokens, which customers will receive on entry enabling them to go straight to the bar. Also included are a festival programme and commemorative glass.
Further information on the festival is available here:http://www.camrabristol.org.uk/festival.html. A day return from Cheltenham costs £10, although concessions are available.
Some sessions are already sold out, so please check here:https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on/bristol/brunel-s-old-station/camra-bristol-beer-festival-2019 for up-to-date ticket information.
The Worcester Pub Beer Festival will be held from Friday 29th to Sunday 31st March 2019. This inaugural event will feature 12 of Worcester’s finest pubs, over 120 different beers, some amazing ciders and perries and, of course, fantastic food and entertainment. All of the featured pubs and bars are just a short walk from Foregate Street train station.
Please check the link below and also Worcester CAMRA’s site and their social media pages for latest news and an up to date list of the beers on offer.
This is (potentially) Br**it day. You may want to rejoice or commiserate. In either case, you will need a beer! We will be getting the 11:48 train, arriving at 12.16. Stephen Connolly, the Worcester CAMRA Pubs Liaison Officer, will be meeting us at Foregate Street.
Please contact Veronica (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details. Please note, this festival continues into the weekend, should you not be available for this specific trip.