The 16th Bristol beer festival will take place at Brunel’s Old Station this Thursday, running until Saturday.
Brunel’s Old Station could not be better located as it is right next to Temple Meads station. That means you can get here by train from local Bristol train stations and all the important rail stations across the country. If you prefer to drive the venue is easily served by the M4 and M32 going into Bristol.
But as public transport is usually preferable for an event which involves tasting from a choice of more than 150 real ales, ciders and perries, Brunel’s also has bus and coach links, as well as fantastic walking and cycling paths into the centre of the city. You could even get the ferry up the river!
The CAMRA real ale festival is an annual highlight of the Bristol calendar. You can make a day of it here as there is live entertainment and scrumptious food available for all sessions. The ticket admission price includes a program, a commemorative pint glass and £5 worth of tokens.
So join us for the following times:
- Thu 7pm-11pm (£10, including £5 of tokens)
- Fri 11.30am-4pm (£10, inc £5 of tokens), 7pm-11pm (£10, inc £5 of tokens)
- Sat 11.30am-4pm (£10, including £5 of tokens), 7pm-11pm (£9, including £5 of tokens)
Card-carrying CAMRA members also get voucher for a free 1/2-pint of beer, cider or perry.
Admission is by advance ticket only and tickets strictly non refundable).
Please check www.camrabristol.org.uk to buy tickets online.