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Reading Beer Festival


This year’s Reading Beer Festival is scheduled for
Wednesday 27th April – Sunday 1st May 2011

Over 500 real ales, 200 ciders and perries, and a large selection of foreign beers and English wines are expected to be available
Provoisional times and prices are

Wednesday 27 April: 18.30 – 23.00: £7
Thursday 28th April: 11:00 – 23:00: £8
Friday 29th April: 11.00 – 23.00: £10
Saturday 30th: 11.00 – 23.00: £10
Sunday 1st May: 12.00 – when we run out of beer: £3

Admission £3 Weds-Sat, £1 Sunday for members of CAMRA, EBCU or RURACS.

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Sussex Beer Festival


Sussex Beer Festival 2011-10-16
21st Sussex Beer & Cider Festival
Hove Centre, Hove
10-12 March

Session times and prices are:

Thursday evening 5pm – 11pm £4
Friday lunchtime 11am – 3pm £2
Friday evening 5pm – 11pm £7
Saturday lunchtime 11am – 3pm £4
Saturday evening 5pm – 10pm £6 (£3 concessions)

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Beer Festivals in Spain


Beer festivals in Spain

Spain is more renowned for its wine than it’s beers, although tourists will be well familiar with the Spanish brewed San Miguel and possible Damm beers. Spain does also have the occasional beer festival which may be worth a visit.

Calpe on the Costa Blanca is the venue for the Spanish Oktoberfest beer festival, while Madrid hosts an annual beer festival at the bullring at the end of October/beginning of November each year. Fuengirola, about 20-30 minutes drive from Malaga is also the location for a beer festival at Calle Tartesios in Late July.

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Bradford Beer Festival


The Bradford Beer Festival takes place from 24th-26th February 2011.


Tickets priced between £2.50 and £6 are available from the following Yorkshire pubs:

Corn Dolly + Fighting Cock, Bradford;

Symposium, Idle; Junction, Baildon;

Fanny’s Ale & Cider House, Saltaire;

Brown Cow, Keighley;

Bar T’at; Ilkley:

Grove, Leeds.


Tickets for the Bradford Festival are on sale from mid january and are sure to go quickly.