Friends of Cheltenham Samaritans Craft Beer Festival

The Friends of Cheltenham Samaritans (we dropped the ‘Young’ many years ago) are delighted to present their fifth Craft Beer Festival to be held in the stunningly restored St. Philip and St. James Church in Leckhampton, Cheltenham.

There will be two sessions for this celebratory beer festival: Friday 16th February: 16:30 – 22:00 (last orders at 21:30) Saturday 17th February: 13:00 – 18:30 (last orders at 18:00)

Each session will be limited to 225 people and at each session there will be at least 10 keg beers available, including key kegs, covering a whole range of different styles (appropriate for the season) from a plethora of top-class breweries. There will also be a small range of ciders, wines, and soft drinks. It is planned that the beer list for the two sessions will be different.

A small range of cold food, including vegetarian options, will also be served but we cannot allow food brought in from outside to be consumed on the premises.

Tickets are £8.00 and include a branded festival ½ pint glass and beer list. A limited range of early bird tickets are available at just £6.00. ‘Weekender’ tickets are also available – when you book either Friday or Saturday sessions, you will receive a code giving you the option of adding the other session for just £4.00. All prices are also subject to Eventbrite booking fees.

All monies raised from this festival go to support the running of Cheltenham Samaritans.

Over 18’s only, proof of age may be required upon entry. No dogs (apart from assistance dogs) & and no children, please

Location St Philip and St James's church Grafton Road Cheltenham GL50 2DD
Event Ended Sat 17 Feb 2024

Information is provided to the best of our knowledge, but please check with the festival organiser before attending as the details here may be inaccurate.


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