Brighton and Hove Beer Week returns next month for a second city-wide annual celebration of beer and brewing.
The event runs from Friday, August 23, until Sunday, September 1, and will showcase the very best the city has to offer both local and visiting beer lovers.
Throughout the ten days of the festival, the city’s very best beer venues — including Brighton Bierhaus, Curry Leaf Café, The Watchmaker’s Arms and Brighton Beer Dispensary — will put together a programme of beer launches, tours, tap takeovers, and other events to keep even the most discerning palate happy.
Breweries from within the city, across Sussex, and from further afield are also lined up to take part in collaborations, one-off brews and happenings that will highlight the very best things about drinking beer in the city.
There will be no festival wristbands or lanyards, and no central beer tent — just a whole city full of great beer to explore and enjoy. Whether you like your beer with food, music, education, entertainment or just as it comes, there is something for everyone.
Brighton and Hove Beer Week’s founder,current British beer writer of the year, Emma Inch, said: “The city’s beer scene continues to go from strength to strength, and the beer week is a great way to showcase this to both locals and visitors.
“This is a venue-led event featuring world-class beer served exactly where it should be: in the pubs, bars, restaurants, and bottle shops that bring it to you all year round. I’m looking forward to getting out there and trying some!”
More information can be found at www.brightonandhovebeerweek.com where new venues and events are being added every day.