If you’re heading on travelling within the UK sometime this summer, and looking to enjoy yourself with a few local ales, based around various locations throughout the country, featuring ales from large and small breweries.
The Birmingham Beer Bash is taking place between the 23rd & 25th of July, started in 2012 the event has continued and grown in popularity every year. Their goal is to deliver one of the UK’s best craft beer events. This is taking place at The Bond Co, in Digbeth, in the centre of Birmingham. View the website for more information www.birminghambeerbash.co.uk
This event has been brought together by the Campaign for Real Ale, giving the opportunity for visitors to this beer festival to sample one of over 900 ales, perries, beers and ciders. This the Great British Beer Festival is taking place in the Olympic Exhibition Centre, making it a great central point to get to. There are a number of brewery bars selling some of the UK’s best real ale breweries. View more details of the event www.gbbf.org.uk
An event taking place in Newcastle Upon Tyne bringing together 60 of the worlds best craft breweries, including a food market, cider cellar and gin palace. With over 300 different beers on offer from around he world, this event encompasses a bit of culture. View ways to buy your ticket here.
The German Beer Festival takes place throughout areas of the UK throughout July, August and October. Come along for the atmosphere that features some of the great things that makes the German Beer Festival so popular. Featuring ompha music, real German ale, pretzels, sausages and much more. View more about the various events here. http://beerfestuk.com/ Taking place in Bath, Salisbury, Weymouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Swansea & Cheltenham for 2015.