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9th Guisborough Beer Festival

April 22 - April 23


The 9th Guisborough Charity Beer Festival takes place on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd April in St Nicholas Parish Hall in Bow Street. Tickets include a free commemorative glass and a detailed programme, are available from Guisborough Bookshop in Chaloner Street. CAMRA members get a £1 discount, payable on entry to the festival.
After a 3-year break because of Covid, this year’s Guisborough Beer Festival promises to be the best ever. There is a great range of beers from across the North of England, including one from the new brewery in Guisborough. With four ciders and a perry, three top quality wines from the Rhône Valley in France and even some low-alcohol beer for the drivers, there is definitely something for everyone.
The food menu has been much extended and includes vegetarian options. There is some great sing-along music on Saturday evening from the Saltburn U3A Ukulele band, who were a huge success when they came in 2019.
The festival is a joint effort between Guisborough and Great Ayton Rotary Club, Guisborough 41 Club, Cleveland CAMRA and St Nicholas Parish Church. The festival has raised over £30,000 for charity since it began in 2012.


April 22
April 23
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Opening Times:
11am to 4pm and 6pm to 11pm.


St Nicholas Church
Church Street
Guisborough, TS14 6BX United Kingdom
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