Bristol Beer Festival - Social
0 people attending
30 places left
Registration opens on Thursday Jan 31st for this Outdoorlads event, Tickets (see below) are not available before then, but put this date in your diary, because they are likely to sell out quickly!.
The annual CAMRA Bristol Beer Festival takes place in the lovely architecture of Brunel’s Old Station. Bristol Temple Meads was designed by the British engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in August 1840 as the western terminus of the Great Western Railway from London Paddington
This is an opportunity to flex your taste buds and relax with other members. There will be a huge selection of different real ales on sale as well as a good range of cider and perry. There will also be a variety of food available, or you can bring your own.
If this is your first time at one of these, the ticket price (£11.50) gets you in and gives you a free 1/2 pint glass (you can take it home) £5 worth of beer tokens, and a program / tasting notes . You then buy tokens to exchange for beer etc. Drinks are available in 1/3 or 1/2 pint measures so you can sample lots of different ones. Prices are similar to or slightly under pub prices. You can sample as few or as many as you wish, or are capable of! (We encourage you to drink responsibly) There is some seating, but expect to be standing most of the time. We will try to fix a meeting point so there's someone in rotation looking after coats etc. and a place to chat.
Please do not register on the event until you have a ticket. Tickets are likely to sell out fast and won't be available on the day. You need to buy them from this link to the CAMRA SITE If you are a CAMRA member you can buy them on 31st January, otherwise from 1st Feb. Outdoorlads does not purchase tickets for this public event.
Photos credit CAMRA/ Facebook (Except Temple Meads Station - AM)
What to bring
You won't need any kit this time! Just take care of your valuables during and after the event.
Food & drink
You can buy all you can eat and drink inside... Afterwards there may be some of us who will go on to find a place to eat, or perhaps some further entertainment.