Taking over Custom House Square for the 1st & 2nd June, the festival is ready to set the city’s taste buds alight!
Whether it is a quirky craft beer or a delicate gin cocktail that tickles your fancy - Guests can relax in the atmospheric marquee or sit back under the stars in the beautiful surroundings of Custom House Square, right in the heart of the city. Sip on gin cocktails featuring Irish favourites, Shortcross, Gunpowder and Dingle Gin as well as Northern Ireland’s latest addition to the gin scene, Boatyard Double Gin, distilled in the picturesque setting of Lough Erne. And if Craft Beer is your tipple of choice you won’t be disappointed. With over 200 varieties to choose from, we have all the nation’s favourites as well as the latest up and coming must haves for 2018!
Launched in 2016, the Belfast Craft Beer Festival creates an opportunity for thousands of local craft beer enthusiasts to learn more about craft beers, ciders and gins and to engage with local Irish brewers on Ireland’s rich brewing heritage and current phenomenal growth rates. The continued growth and enthusiasm surrounding the festival is testimony to the nation’s increasing interest and appreciation of local, high quality brewing and distilling.
With over 200 craft beers and ciders, delicious food from some of Northern Ireland’s premier street food providers, including Wolf & Devour, Bella’s Pizzas, Street Dogs and The Mexican Street Kitchen, plus live music each night, it is sure to be two craic filled days in Custom House Square.
The Festival takes place on June 1 & 2, 2018. Tickets go on sale Wednesday 18 April, with a limited number available at £1. This £1 Wonder is strictly limited so early purchase is advised to avoid disappointment. Normal ticket price is £10 per person
Tickets can be purchased through www.belfastcraftbeerfest.com
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NOTES TO EDITOR
The Belfast Craft Beer Festival was founded in 2016 by Bruce Mansour from Make it Happen and Seamus O’Hara, owner of Carlow Brewing. Bruce and Seamus are also responsible for the Irish Craft Beer Festival and the Seaport Beer Festival, Halifax.