Birmingham Craft Brew Festival 2023 - dates, breweries, tickets & more

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Here’s what you need to know about the Birmingham Craft Brew Festival 2023

Birmingham’s first craft brew festival is set to take place this summer with a number of independent breweries taking part.

The festival will bring together a selection of the best micro and independent craft breweries from across the UK, offering revellers the opportunity to explore and discover new and exciting breweries.

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Breweries announced for the festival so far include these listed below with more to be announced over the coming weeks:

  • Luda Brew Co,
  • Siren Craft Brew,
  • Cloudwater,
  • Beer Ink,
  • Hogan’s,
  • Mill Hill Brew Co,
  • Hawkshead Brewery,
  • Caps Off,
  • Brew 61,
  • Nightingale Cider Co,
  • North Brewing Co

The festival will feature a diverse range of beers, from hoppy IPAs and rich stouts to sours, saisons and everything in between, all carefully selected to offer a unique and unforgettable tasting experience.

If you prefer grapes to hops, then you’re in luck as the event will also have a large selection of discovery wines. They’ll also be showcasing the finest of craft spirits. In addition to the delicious drinks, visitors can also look forward to award-winning street food, live music and entertainment throughout the weekend.

When does it take place & how to get tickets

The Birmingham Craft Brew Festival 2023 takes place at the Custard Factory in Birmingham on Friday July 14 to Saturday July 15.

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Tickets for Birmingham Craft Brew Festival are selling fast with the Saturday afternoon session already sold out. Limited final release tickets are available for Friday and Saturday evening from Skiddle, here.

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What’s been said about the festival?

Festival organiser, Simon Robinson, said: “I’m thrilled to be launching Birmingham’s inaugural Craft Brew Festival at such an iconic Birmingham venue, that has such a rich food and drink heritage.

“Birmingham has a long and proud tradition of brewing, and we’re excited to be bringing together some of the most talented and innovative craft brewers from across the UK all under one roof and putting on one hell of a party”.

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