Other Beer Festivals & Events

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  • Summer Ale Trail Monday 29th May—Saturday 30th September 2017 Various

    The 24.5th Annual Brighton & South Downs CAMRA Ale Trail

    See for details: Ale Trail 2017

  • Ale At Amberley 12 Friday 1st—Sunday 3rd September 2017 Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre

    All the usual attractions; live music, morris dancing and, of course, a fine selection of ales, ciders and perries. Friday, Saturday and Sunday daytime sessions when you can enjoy all the Museum's exhibitions and facilities with evening sessions on Friday and Saturday for the more serious drinker.

    Sunday will feature the customary afternoon drink-up with free entry to card-carrying members of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) and discounted prices (although the choice will be more limited) after 2:00pm on Sunday.

  • Haslemere Beer Festival Friday 8th—Saturday 9th September 2017 Haslemere Hall

    Annual Haslemere beer festival : Haslemere Beer Festival

    Haslemere Beer Festival returns for its eleventh year with more than 50 Real Ales, Ciders & Perries to enjoy!

    Friday and Saturday evenings are from 7pm to 11pm and feature a selection of great live music. Saturday lunchtime between midday and 4pm has a laid back atmosphere to while away the afternoon. Hot food featuring local produce will be available at each session.

    From humble beginnings the Festival is now well and truly on the real ale map with visitors from across South East England and beyond! We expect around 1000 people to attend this year.

    The festival is a not for profit event with three main objectives:

    To promote local and regional businesses To create a really enjoyable event for the community To raise money for charity We are always on the look out for sponsors and volunteers:

    More information can be found via Facebook or Twitter @HaslemereBeer.

    Limited numbers of tickets are available and some sessions sell out in advance so buy them now from Haslemere Hall Box Office in Bridge Road, by phone on 01428 642161 or via the website www.haslemerehall.co.uk

  • Beer On The Common Saturday 9th September 2017 Tooting Bec Common

    Sambrooks annual beer festival - previously called Beer By The River:

  • Dark Star Hopfest 2017 Saturday 30th September—Sunday 1st October 2017 Dark Star Brewery

    The annual Dark Star Hopfest

    The Beer: Once again we’ll have a selection of guest cask and keg beers for visitors to enjoy alongside a range of Dark Star Beer including our Green Hopped IPA.

    The Food: A wide choice of food from the grill, our customary bread and cheese stall and more.

    Details of acts will follow in the coming months.

    If you’re an act interested in playing ay Hopfest, email: ku.oc.gniwerbratskrad@semaj

  • Eastbourne Beer & Cider Festival Thursday 5th—Saturday 7th October 2017 Winter Gardens's Eastbourne

    With over 160 cask ales on offer, soecially selected by the local CAMRA team. Take your pick from award winners, local favourites or those with a suitably quirky name!

    A great selection of ciders and perries are also available if beer isn't for you, plus a vaiety of international bottle beers and wines.

    Eastbourne Beer & Cider Festival

  • Isle of Wight Buses And Beer Saturday 14th—Sunday 15th October 2017 Various
  • Worthing Beer Festival Friday 20th—Saturday 21st October 2017 Assembly hall, Worthing

    The 21st CAMRA Worthing Beer Festival takes place on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st October 2017 and will be held at Assembly Hall in central Worthing for the second consecutive year following the success of last year’s event.

    Session times and pricing are shown below:

    Friday 20th October, 11am – 4pm (£5.00)

    Friday 20th October, 5pm – 11pm (£5.00)

    Saturday 21st October, 11am – 4pm (£5.00)

    Saturday 21st October, 5pm – 11pm (£2.00)

    CAMRA Arun & Adur are determined to make this year even better and so there will be more real ale, cider and perry than last year and the hugely popular Sussex brewer stands will be featuring again with some familiar faces returning along with some exciting new faces. The real ale selection will again be chosen by Nick Little, previous owner of Brooksteed Alehouse that won Sussex & Surrey Pub of the Year last year, so that promises to be extremely good. The cider and perry selection will again be chosen by the lovely Debbi Pilkington of Ale in a Tent who did such a great job last year.

    Worthing Beer Festival

  • 7th Spa Valley BeerFest Friday 20th—Sunday 22nd October 2017 Spa Valley railway

    Our major Real Ale and Cider event, only made possible through the support of West Kent CAMRA, is back for its 7th year. With 125+ Real Ales, 20+ Green Hop Beers, Key-Keg/Cask Beers, Belgian Beers & 30+ Ciders, this is the event you do not want to miss.

    The main festival takes place in our Victorian Engine Shed at Tunbridge Wells West where you can enjoy a pint or two throughout the day in between train rides if you wish, the festival continues on the trains and at Groombridge and Eridge Stations too, the whole railway comes alive with some wonderful local brews.

    Spa Valley BeerFest

  • Pigs Ear Tuesday 5th—Saturday 9th December 2017 Round Chapel, Hackney

    The 2017 Pigs Ear BeerFest.

    The branch are planning to organise a social to this event...watch this space