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Hopyard Craft Beer Festival feat. Norman Jay MBE, DJ Yoda & more on Thursday 14th - Friday 15th April 2022
We're bringing together 12 of Bristol’s finest craft breweries, exquisite street food & world-class DJs this Easter for the first instalment of our brand new craft beer festival, Hopyard.
Brewers & Drinks
The following brewers will be pouring the very best Bristol has to offer and talking you through their creations in our beautiful outdoor courtyard.
WIPER & TRUE / FIERCE & NOBLE / LOST & GROUNDED / NEWTOWN PARK BREWING CO / LEFT HANDED GIANT / NEW BRISTOL BREWERY / ARBOR ALES / BRISTOL BEER FACTORY / BASEMENT BEER / GOOD CHEMISTRY / MOOR BREWERY / CIDER BOX
If beer and cider isn’t your thing, we’ll also have a bar stocked with wines, spirits, and soft drinks.
Satisfy your pint-sized cravings with tantalising street food served up by three of the city's finest culinary players:
There'll be plenty of seating and cover under stretch tents, plus our crane room is open for the evening sessions.
Not only will we be serving up the best booze and food that Bristol has to offer, we’ll also be bringing you music performances from legendary world-class DJs and some of our favorite local selectors:
Thursday 14th April 2022 - 17:00-23:00
NORMAN JAY MBE
Friday 15th April - 12:00-17:00
Friday 15th April - 18:00-23:00
It's time to dust off those dancing shoes!
All you can drink* & eat ticket options are available, or simply join us for sun & music with venue bar and brewery beer tokens available on site.
*Unlimited beers & ciders from our 12 featured brewers included. Wines, spirits & soft drinks are to be purchased separately.
Music Genres: 80s, Disco, Funk, House
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