On Friday 13 and Saturday 14 August, Hull Minster will host a celebration of our region’s favourite breweries.
This Summer Hull Minster will once again play host to a major Hull Beer Festival. The organisers have lined up a cast of local breweries and made space for some local musical talent, with food provided by vendors from neighbouring Trinity Market.
Local favourites such as Atom Beers, Bone Machine, Great Newsome and many more are confirmed, and entertainment will be provided by a host of local bands and artists, including the likes of Ramble Gamble, The Nocturnal Flowers, and Dogfinger Steve. This is just a small selection of the breweries and bands lined up for the event, which promises to showcase much of what Hull’s beer and music scenes have to offer.
Richard Rockett from Vittles & Company, organisers of the event, says: “This is a chance to remind everyone what Hull has to offer, and welcome visitors back to the Old Town. We want this to be a celebration of all the great local beer, food and music that we’ve missed out on this past year or so.”
The event runs 12pm – 10pm on Friday 13 and Saturday 14 August, with two sessions being held each day (12pm – 5pm and 5pm – 10pm). Tickets cost £5 from Eventim.co.uk (plus £0.40 admin fee), and the price includes your free Festival Guide and branded Festival Glass.