This July sees the very first Manchester Craft Beer Festival at Depot Mayfield, featuring world-class breweries, big-name DJ acts and a great line-up of restaurants.
When it comes to beer, you can expect everything from sour beers and IPA’s to low ABV beers, featuring over 50 world-class breweries pouring drinks. From Manchester, there’s Manchester Union, Marble, Pomona Island, Track Brewing Co, Beatnikz Republic and the new Bundobust Brew Pub.
Looking further afield, you can expect some of Europe’s most popular breweries including Norway’s Lervig, Denmark’s Mikkeller and the Netherlands’ Fontaal and Kees. Not to mention a New York showcase including Grimm, Barrier, KCBC and Equilibrium breweries. And you don’t have to stick to beer all the way, you’ll find other high-quality drinks such as ciders, wines and sodas.
The very first Manchester Craft Beer Festival at Depot Mayfield, featuring world-class breweries, big-name DJ acts and a great line-up of restaurants
You can expect some sterling food options, thanks to Manchester Craft Beer Festival partnering with KANTINA, the festival dedicated to celebrating food and drink. Some of the names on the line-up include Higher Ground, Belzan Pasta Kitchen, Madre and Patty Queen, with many more on the day.
When it comes to music, Queen Bee will be joining the King of funk & soul (and Red Dwarf alumni, of course) Craig Charles, Daddy G of Massive Attack, Bristol’s legendary Wild Bunch Sound System and London’s art rock band Django Django on the decks to provide the perfect sonic backdrop to the festival.
Each ticket is priced at £49.50 and allocates guests to a five-hour session on Friday or Saturday, includes all your beer, access to all food traders and a special festival beer glass.