Bristol Craft Beer Festival is returning to the city with a variety of craft beers and delicious food

Beer lovers will get the chance to bask in the sunshine whilst sampling craft beers from around the globe.

The Bristol Craft Beer Festival is returning to Lloyds Ampitheatre on June 10 to 11, 2022.

Festival goers will be able to sample beers from over 40 world-class breweries such as Wiper and True, Arbor Ales, North Brew Co, Hackney Brewery and the New Zealand Beer Collective.

Greg Wells, founder of the Bristol Craft Beer Festival, said: “What makes Bristol Craft Beer Festival is that it’s greater than the sum of its parts.

“Amazing brews, incredible food, music and atmosphere all combine to make a truly special event.”

There will be a selection of local food vendors at the festival.

Beer is of course the star of the show but the grub on offer is also something to be excited about.

A variety of local chefs will be showcasing their food including Bristol’s very own Pegs Quinn - a family run restaurant in Southville.

Tom Bray from Country Fire Kitchen will be manning a fire pit at the festival, he will be cooking up some exclusive dishes over the open flame.

Bristol’s beer and cheese shop, Two Belly, will be on site with their ‘The Cheese Guys’ food truck which will be serving gooey raclette and cheese toasties.

Little Taquero will be sellng delicious Mexican street food at the festival.

The festival will have beer from over 40 breweries.

Greg said: “We’re really excited about this food line-up as we’ve got some of Bristol’s favourites in there, including Two Belly and Pegs Quinn from Sonny Stores as well as an amazing offering from Country Fire Kitchen, which we know festival-goers are going to love.”

Music is a huge part of the festival and this year DJ Spoony and Beardyman will join Bristol’s Saffron Records to create the musical entertainment over the weekend.

Both artists will be DJing during the festival bringing their garage and beatboxing skills together.

“We are back with a bang this year with legends DJ Spoony and Beardyman, plus Bristol’s Saffron Records.

“Get ready for two days of the best breweries from across the world, a mouth watering food offering, a mega music line-up and the waterside location of Lloyds Ampitheatre - it’s an event you don’t want to miss.”

There will be live music from DJ’s during the festival.

Tickets to the festival include the cost of beers consumed, a beer tasting glass and all of the musical entertainment.

You can purchase tickets for individual days or the full weekend here.