Win tickets to this year's Gloucester Beer Festival
By Matt Hall | 4th September 2019
Now in its 10th year, the annual Gloucester Quays Rotary Beer Festival is taking place on September 20 to 21 and will once again be hosted at The Farmers Club, Sandhurst Lane, Gloucester.
Enter our competition at the bottom of the page to win two free tickets for this year's festival.
Sponsored by Barnwood Construction, the festival offers around 50 beers and ciders alongside a BBQ and live music.
Beers will once again be sourced from across the county as well as from breweries further afield in England, Scotland and Wales.
Local favourites include Shepherds Delight (Cotswold Lion Brewery) and Legend of Hillside (Hillside Brewery).
The festival is not just for beer lovers - there will be wide range of ciders and perries available too.
The gin table, sponsored by SK Heating, will also be returning this year with a popular selection of gins and mixers.
There will also be hot food available throughout the festival.
There's entertainment throughout the festival with a mix of bands including The Ukeholics, a group of four friends addicted to the little four-stringed wonder, performing on both the Friday and Saturday. Churchdown Male Voice Choir will also be performing.
The festival is open from 1:00pm to 11:00pm on Friday and 12:00 noon to 11:00pm on Saturday.
Tickets are available online for just £4 or on the door for £5 - including a FREE souvenir glass.
All profits from the event support Gloucester Quays Rotary charities, both locally and internationally.
For more information and to buy tickets visit http://gloucesterbeerfestival.co.uk/.
This competition closes at midnight, 18 September 2019.
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