Language

Nottingham Craft Beer Festival 2024

Sneinton Market, Nottingham

Check availability for Nottingham Craft Beer Festival 2024 (opens in a new window)

Nottingham Craft Beer Festival

About

Friday 14th June and Saturday 15th June | 2024
Sneinton Market
Various prices from £13.20

Nottingham Craft Beer Festival (NCBF) takes place in June each year at Sneinton Market Avenues, a large outdoor location in Nottingham City Centre.

The 2023 festival will take place over two days on Friday 14 June and Saturday 15 June (afternoon and evening sessions on the Saturday).

NCBF was born off the back of Nottingham Craft Beer Week, a pub-led movement which ran from 2013-2022 and in 2020 won awards from SIBA for being the best craft beer promotion in the UK. 

 

Book Tickets

Opening Times

Nottingham Craft Beer Festival 2024 (14 June 2024 - 15 June 2024)

Map & Directions

Facilities

Provider Preferences

  • In town/city centre

Follow Us

What's Nearby

  1. Redsmith Distillery

    Visit the award winning Redsmith Distillery in the heart of Nottingham City Centre.…

    0.02 miles away
  2. National Ice Centre

    Home of ice skating legends Torvill & Dean, the NIC is the coolest place to skate in…

    0.09 miles away
  3. Nottingham Bowl

    Why don't you come and visit the biggest bowling centre in the United Kingdom, with 48…

    0.12 miles away
  1. Boots First Store on Goosegate

    Famous Nottingham pharmaceutical brand, Boots, opened their first store on Goosegate in…

    0.19 miles away
  2. Adams & Page Building

    The Adams & Page Building dates back to 10th July 1855 and sits proudly as the largest…

    0.22 miles away
  3. Watson Fothergill Head Office

    Nottingham's leading architect Watson Fothergill has some magnificent buildings within…

    0.25 miles away
  4. Debbie Bryan Crafternoons - Unique Experiences

    Crafternoons with Debbie Bryan are a wonderful opportunity to enjoy your own creativity.

    0.25 miles away
  5. St Mary's Church Nottingham City Centre

    t Mary’s Church – Grade 1 Listed and the largest medieval building in the city of…

    0.27 miles away
  6. William Booth Birthplace Museum

    Discover the life and work of William Booth – Nottingham’s most famous preacher and…

    0.29 miles away
  7. National Justice Museum

    Meet amazing, costumed characters from Nottingham's history in our Grade II* listed,…

    0.31 miles away
  8. Stonebridge City Farm

    Stonebridge City Farm offers a rural escape in the heart of Nottingham City, providing a…

    0.32 miles away
  9. Eric Irons Plaque

    Eric Irons OBE, Britain’s first black magistrate and well-known campaigner for social…

    0.33 miles away
  10. Lace Market Street Mural

    A mural, which celebrates Nottingham’s pioneering history with the lace industry, has…

    0.33 miles away
  11. J.M. Barrie Plaque

    Sir James Matthew Barrie was a Scottish author and dramatist, best remembered today as…

    0.34 miles away
  12. William Booth Statue

    The Methodist preacher William Booth, who was born in Sneinton in 1829, founded the of…

    0.36 miles away
Previous Next

Related

Malt Cross | NottinghamMalt Cross, NottinghamMalt Cross is an Grade-2 listed Victorian Music Hall set at the heart of Nottingham city centre, just off Old Market Square.

Kean's Head | Visit NottinghamshireKean's Head, NottinghamThe Kean’s Head is situated in Nottingham’s historical and vibrant Lace Market. It is a charming and cosy single-room pub, nestled opposite the picturesque St. Mary’s Church.

Canalhouse, NottinghamOpened in 2000 on the lower floors of the former Canal museum, the Canalhouse is famous for having a canal that extends into the building complete with resident narrow boats.

Lincolnshire PoacherLincolnshire Poacher, NottinghamThe Lincolnshire Poacher opened as a Castle Rock pub in the late 1980s, rising from the shell of the Old Grey Nags Head. The Poacher quickly earned a steadfast reputation for quality and choice of cask beer – a distinction it has never lost.

Poppy and PintPoppy and Pint, West BridgfordThe Poppy and Pint is a large community pub nestled in the leafy suburb of Lady Bay.

Stratford HavenStratford Haven, West BridgfordThe Stratford Haven is a charming, traditional pub in the thriving suburb of West Bridgford. It is located just a short stroll from Trent Bridge and the City Ground.

Embankment | Visit NottinghamshireEmbankment, NottinghamThe Embankment was designed by Albert Nelson Bromley, the architect behind some of the most distinctive Boots pharmacy buildings, and opened in 1907 as ‘Boots Store 2.

Fox & Grapes | Visit Nottinghamshire Fox & Grapes, NottinghamSituated in the creative epicentre of Nottingham, the Fox & Grapes first opened in the 1830s and has been part of the fabric of the city’s pub scene ever since.

Yarn, NottinghamYarn is a craft beer bar in the heart of Nottingham. This modern, welcoming bar is part of the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall and is open to everyone.

Street Art

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Don't Miss

Join Our Mailing List
Events | Top Attractions | Special Offers | Competitions
Follow What’s On Nottingham on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

or sign up to our newsletters for the latest updates from across the city and county.

No, thanks