3rd - 5th July 2015 The Thirsteenth
This year we feature a wide range of beers including many new craft beers from small breweries the length and breadth of the country. There will be a wider selection of ciders than in previous years and of course wine to suit everyone's palate as well as soft drinks.
There will be live music from much acclaimed local bands at all sessions starting on Friday at 7.30 with Out ‘n’ Running. Saturday evening at 7.30 will feature Rude Awakening.
The evening sessions get very full so pre-purchase of tickets priced at £8 is strongly advised. This guarantees entry and the first pint free, plus a Festival glass to take home.
The afternoon sessions are free entry from 12.30 will feature local folk on Saturday – talented musicians performing a range of music and song, and the Channellers on Sunday afternoon a band with a mixture of covers and original music with a local theme.
There will also be the “World Spoof Championships” where David Wake will fly in from Claverham to defend his 2014 title.
Tickets are on sale now from
Poppies of Claverham, Bishops Stores Claverham, Claverham Village Hall, AB’s Motorcare Yatton and Yatton Newsmarket,
or by direct contact through this website see the Tickets tab
This site provides you with information on what can be expected at this year's Beer Festival, opening times, what's on and how to buy tickets and last but not least how to find us. You can also find information on where the money raised from last year's festival has been donated.