Bewdley Beer Festival
It all began with two and a half tonnes of beer, a fifty-six-foot long bar, one tonne of scaffolding, and fifty-one different beers from thirty-seven different breweries. The first ever Bewdley Beer Festival was born!
Now, over 1500 people come together to experience hundreds of the best beers the UK has to offer over an action-packed four-day festival!
Times and Dates
Bewdley Beer Festival 2017
24th August – 18:00 – 23:00
25th August – 12:00 – 23:00
26th August – 11:00 – 23:00
27th August – 12:00 – 23:00…
…or until the beer runs out!
We do not sell tickets in advance as all admission is paid on the door.
Thursday 24 August – £5.00
Friday 25 August – £5.00
Saturday 26 August – £5.00
Sunday 27 August – £5.00
*a £5.00 ticket will be valid for all four days of Bewdley Beer Festival 2017 and Severn Valley Railway ticket holders receive 50% off
The Beer List
A pale beer with a distinct sweetness underlying hints of citrus and fruity aroma. Brewed by Tim to celebrate the arrival of Penny, his niece.
A dark, sweetish, strong Ale with smooth fruity flavour & slight Liquorice after taste.
A sweet, hoppy beer with a pleasing aroma and palette, using local lavender.
Big Bog Brewery
Stog Milk Stout
A milk stout brewed using chocolate and brown malt. Milk sugars are added to give a creamy bittersweet taste.
The ultimate hop heads beer, with a secret blend of no less than 7 American hop varieties. Intense citrus notes and its incredibly pale colour make this a truly unique ale.
Black Country Ales
Bradley’s Finest Golden (BFG)
A straw coloured quaffing beer, with an impressive bold citrus hop aroma, fruity balanced sweetness and a lingering refreshing after-taste.
Colour: Pale Gold
Pale gold ale packed with citrus hop & fruity flavours, rounded off by a fresh citrus blast. Pronounced Citra hop aroma throughout.
Gluten Free: A light beer with a slight sweetness balanced with woody and molasses hops to give it body. Flavour hops provide fruit, berry and a slight citrus touch to excite the palate.
Colour: Deep Red
A strong rich ale with a deep polished red colour. It has a big malt flavour with chocolate and biscuit notes.
Froth Brewing Co.
John Bull Bitter
A balanced, amber coloured beer with a satisfying bitter finish. Named after the British archetype, John Bull, used in Great War posters and by ex-soldier Bert in his membership booklet.
Blonde coloured beer made with 3 types of New Zealand hops, including Waimea and Rakau.
First Chop Brewery
Colour: Pale Amber
IPA style with a lower abv. but no holding back on the hops. Big tropical fruit notes with a spicy, resinous, smooth bitter finish. Dry hopped with Mosaic.
Made with the English Beata hops, this gives this beer it’s unique apricot, honey and almond flavours which then finishes with a pleasant bitterness on the palate.
A top fermented German style cask conditioned lager.
Lines Brewing Co.
An unfiltered beer, brewed with the new cryo hop, designed to provide intense hop flavour and aroma.
North Cotswold Brewery
Hung Drawn n Portered
Strong, dark treacle coloured porter, with Bramling Cross hops and a malty finish. An ale that harks back to 18th century London.
Purple Moose Brewery
A refreshing pale ale brewed with Cascade Hops with the added indulgence of Elderflowers.
A lush aroma of apricots and mango ripples across a vibrant and spicy fruit filled basket of lychee, pineapple, & subtle passion fruit.
An elegant strong Salopian version of an IPA, citrus, pines and tropical fruit engulf the palate and caress the senses. A dry body with an extremely long lingering finish. Hopped with Citra, Riwaka and Saaz.
A Golden Ale with a Hint of Orange Peel. Delicious and quite refreshing. A fruity delectable real ale.
A delicious IPA made with British grains and hops from the USA.
A lovely hoppy golden ale, fused with Cornish honey, gives this session beer a superb round finish with a hint of ginger.
St Andrews Brewing Co.
Refreshing fruity golden ale.
Teme Valley Brewery
XX Anniversary Ale
Colour: Light Gold
Light golden best bitter . Brewed to celebrate 20 years of brewing, using only first gold hops.
A hoppy and tasty golden ale using Pilgrim and Archer hops.
Tiny Rebel Brewing
The Full Nelson
The sweet, musty flavour of Nelson Sauvin is similar to the Sauvignon grape – and both grow in the same region of New Zealand. Sweet Munich malt compliments the fruity hop flavours in this Maori-inspired ale.
Pekin Pale Ale
A refreshing Pale Ale with hints of tropical fruits. Quadruple hopped with an experimental hop,(GP75) developed on the farm where the beer is brewed
Vale of Glamorgan Brewery
Champion blackcurrant porter! Easy going, rich and smooth with liquorice and chocolate notes from the complex dark roasted malt recipe, balanced perfectly by the late addition of Bramling Cross hops.
Welbeck Abbey Brewery
Hilly Billy Red Rye
Colour: Deep Golden / Red
Deep golden / red beer with rye crystal malt. Brewed using American hops to give it a fruity taste.
The Cider List
Oliver’s Cider and Perry
Broadoak Cider Brewery
A medium to light bodied, farmhouse-style cider.
Fruity with a dry aftertaste.
Copse House Cider
Soft, mellow with a medium tannin finish.
Cotswold Cider Co.
Colour: Medium Sweet
A botanical blend of classical Indian chai spices. Surely Horatio’s favourite tipple when on the high seas!
Cornwall Cider Co.
A light easy drinking cider made with a delicate blend of bittersweet, ‘Dabinett’, cider apples, and sweet hand-picked dessert Gala apples.
Farmer Jim’s Cider
Strong cloudy Medium cider.
Orchard Pig Cider
Colour: Medium Dry
Colour: Medium Dry
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