New Bristol Brewery will be closing Bristol Beer Week at their awesome refitted brewery and tap room. There also be helped out by Bath based (but Bristol regulars) Electric Bear
UK Brewery Tours are great supporters of both Bristol Beer Week and the Bristol Beer industry as a whole; this year, we’re incredibly grateful and proud to have them as sponsors.
As well as showcasing our feature breweries throughout the week, The Old Butcher’s are having a big old party with Moor and Lost & Grounded on the penultimate day of Bristol Beer Week, which is sure to be a raucous affair.
Good Chemistry Brewing have teamed up with two of Bristol’s finest coffee shops; Full Court Press and Little Victories have both put their coffee knowledge and skill to work to create two unique coffee beers.
We’re very pleased to have three Wickwar pubs as official Bristol Beer Week venues this year. The Punchbowl, in particular, highlights the local brewery’s ethos of taking historical, somewhat run down pubs and transforming them into great places to drink good beer.
Wellborne is a recent addition to Bristol’s ‘new wave’ restaurant scene, focussing on high-end cooking in a more relaxed environment, so a pairing with one of Bristol’s best loved independent breweries will be something to get really excited about.
Along with the usual range of top class UK beers and top notch modern pub food, on Wednesday it’s time for BBW hub venue to hosts BBW featured brewery
We’re very pleased to have three Wickwar pubs as official Bristol Beer Week venues this year. The Jersey Liley has been a stalwart of Whiteladies Road for several decades, but it wasn’t until 2014 that it was transformed into a real beer drinkers pub by Wickwar.
Following the success of last year’s 'Think While You Drink', our friends at Good Chemistry are excited to bring a bit of science back to Bristol Beer Week, this time in the lovely surroundings of Clifton’s Eldon House.
Freelance photographer Nicci Peet has teamed up with the organisers of Bristol Beer Week to curate a visual story of seven of Bristol’s best independent breweries.
The opening day of Bristol Beer Week sees an interesting book launch from locals Tim Webb, Jessica Boak and Ray Bailey.
We’re very pleased to have three Wickwar pubs as official Bristol Beer Week venues this year. The Gloucester Road Ale House and Kitchen highlights the local brewery’s ethos of taking historical, somewhat run down pubs and transforming them into great places to drink good beer.
Combining neatly with the other opening events on the first day of Bristol Beer Week, is the opportunity to ‘quiz I up’ with one of our featured breweries Lost and Grounded.