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Nottingham Craft Beer Week 2019

Various venues, Nottingham
Nottingham Craft Beer Week 2019

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Nottingham Craft Beer Week 2019
Various venues
Saturday 8 - Saturday 15 June 2019


Nottingham Craft Beer Week is back!

Taking place at bars and bottle shops around the city including Bunkers Hill, Canalhouse, Cock and Hoop, Crafty Crow, Embankment, Fox and Grapes, Kean’s Head, Lincolnshire Poacher, Malt Cross, Poppy and Pint, Southbank City, Stratford Haven, Yarn and more.

 

A two day festival at Sneinton Market Avenues and Plaza will top off the week. This is another chance to sample beer from a huge range of international and local breweries, plus live music and more! Dates and ticket prices for the festival below do not apply to the larger Craft Beer Week events

Friday 14 June - 5.30pm - 10:30pm | Saturday 15 June - 12pm - 5pm | Saturday 15 June - 6pm - 10.30pm

Festival tickets start at £10 (+booking fee) and all tickets include a festival glass and programme.


Further details and updates are available on the website at the top of this listing. 

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