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CAMRA Bristol Beer Festival

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Boasting over 140 real ales, along with ciders, perries, and delicious food, Bristol Beer Festival is set to storm the city for its 19th brilliant year.

A favourite annual event amongst local ale lovers, the CAMRA Bristol Beer Festival will return for its 19th year this spring, bringing with it a plethora of top-quality ales.

The festivities will take place at Brunel’s Old Station from Thursday 10 to Saturday 12 March 2016, when Bristol’s beer fans will be in their element, browsing the range of over 140 real ales, alongside top-quality ciders and perries.

Meanwhile a selection of food will also be on offer to prevent visitors going hungry and to line the stomach suitably.

The ever-popular festival has seen crowds increase over the years, with queues forming in anticipation of the event – and with the 2016 offering expected to be bigger and better than ever before, festival hours have been extended to cater to its eager audience.

Event:
CAMRA Bristol Beer Festival 2016
Venue
Brunel's Old Station, Temple Meads, Bristol
Dates:
Thursday 10 March 2016; Friday 11 March 2016; Friday 11 March 2016; Saturday 12 March 2016; Saturday 12 March 2016
Times:
From 7pm to 11pm on the Thursday; from 11.30am to 4pm, and from 6.30pm to 11pm on the Friday and Saturday
Admission:
Tickets cost £10, £9 for between 6.30pm and 11pm on the Saturday, with tickets including £4 worth of tokens
Telephone:
Not available

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