The Trent Bridge Beer festival is heading to West Bridgford this bank holiday weekend with live music, DJs, food, sport and of course, plenty of beer. The festival is being organised by local pub Larwood and Voce, located next to the famous Trent Bridge cricket ground.
Many of the events will take place in the car park in Fox Road, from Friday 23rd August to Monday 26th August.
There will be over 20 different beers and ciders to sample, including ales and bottle beers. To soak up the alcohol, a BBQ with sticky smoked pulled pork, piri piri chicken, lamb kofta burgers and sweet chilli halloumi skewers will be available on Friday from 5pm.
The event, in conjunction with Nottingham Brewery, will host beers ranging from 3.2% right up to 14%, including cask ales, lager, Belgian Geuze, Trappist, IPA and stout.
Cask ales include:
Kelham Island Pint Break (5.0%)
Abbeydale Special (4.1%)
Welbeck Abbey Harley (4.3%)
White Rose Stairlift to Heaven (4.3%)
Pheasantry Brewery Pale Ale (4.0%)
Dancing Duck Dark Drake ((4.5%)
Oakham Citra (4.2%)
Newby Wyke Kingston Topaz (4.2%)
Oalham Green Devil (6.0%)
Dancing Duck Ey Ay Up (3.9%)
Live music and vinyl DJ sets (Synic, Wrighty, Peachy, Ny Henry and special guests) will take place on Saturday into the evening, alongside a themed set menu paired with beers and live football on Sky and BT Sport in the bar.
The festival will continue on Sunday with an award-winning Sunday roast, a hog roast in the car park and more DJs.
And finally, celebrate the long weekend with discount on ales and craft beers throughout the day on Bank Holiday Monday.
Entry to the festival is free however VIP packages can be purchased in advance and these include a table for the day with table service, food, a tasting glass and beer tokens.