|Day & Date||Open||Last Admission||Time at the bar|
|Wednesday 1st April 2020||18:00*||22:15||23:00|
|Thursday 2ndth April 2020||12:00||22:15||23:00|
|Friday 3rd April 2020||12:00||22:15||23:00|
|Saturday 4th April 2020||12:00||16:15||17:00|
|*CAMRA members 17:00|
How to Find us?
How much does it cost?
Admission is £3 (CAMRA Members get in free! on production of a valid membership card)
We do not sell tickets in advanced | You will be given a Festival Wristband for the day. Only those with Wristbands will be served at the bars.
Souvenir Glass is £2
(If you don’t want to keep it, you can return it when finished for a £2 refund)
Beer Tokens will be in operation, which will be in £1.80 denominations (1 Token = 1 Beer/Cider/Perry, Mutiple Tokens maybe needed for Gin),
The Standard serving size for Beers/Ciders& Perrys will be half pints, For Beers over 6% and ciders over 7% drinks will only be served in thirds.
£14 – 5 X Tokens, Glass,Programme & Admission (Reduced to £11 for members)
Card & Cash Accepted
Not a CAMRA Member?
Visit our membership desk as you enter and join today, you’ll get complimentary access to the festival and 4 free beer tokens Join from £27 (or £25 by Direct Debit) comes with a range of other benefits found here
Including approx 30 Battle of the Beers where local breweries fight to create the best Dark IPA or Flavoured Porter/Stout
50 Ciders & Perries
A diverse selection of a broad range of Cider and Perry
6pm – 11pm
Annoucement of the Battle of the Beers. Who will be the champion of the Dark IPA and Flavoured porter & Stout
12pm – 11pm
Apperances by Tyne Signature Barbershop Quartet
Star and Shadow Rapper (sword) dancers
12pm – 11pm
Live in Reds Bar
Band Night featuring
* Byker Hillbillies
* The Bear Wire Band
* UK Chilli Peppers
12pm – 5pm
Marty Craggs Little Jam Band plays in the main room
(Formally of lindisfarne & the happy cats)
Beer & Cider School
An introduction to real ale
Beer school is a hour long tutored tasting giving a introduction to the world of real ale including how it’s made , the basic styles and finding your new favourite beer.
N.E Sippin Forecast
Beer reviews made easy: Anyone can review a beer, including you. To prove it, the North East Sippin Forecast podcast* hosts will break down the methods used to review a beer and, in just 1 hour, will give you the tools needed to review a beer like the professionals (this session may be recorded for future podcasts).
*The UK’s number one podcast dedicated to the North East beer scene.
A good cider is like a wine, there are many varieties with a wide range of styles and flavour. Have you ever wanted to tell your dry cider from your medium or explore trying to find a cider that is right for your taste buds.
Cafe Amsterdam present craft beer styles old and new.
Includes sampling 5 Beers and cold snacks for that full Cafe Amsterdam Experience
£12 Inc 5 samples and snacks