What with the recent craft beer explosion in Birmingham thanks to the introduction of Brewdog into its drinking ranks, it's no surprise to find a summer tailored beer event ready and waiting. Found in the old Bond Company, a former warehouse poised pleasantly over the canal side, Birmingham Beer Bash opens its doors on the 26th and 27th of July to impress ticket holders with an unrivalled collection of local craft beers and international tastes.
The Birmingham Beer Bash is a perfect festival event for lovers of craft beer in Birmingham.
Independent Birmingham bashes don't come more enthusiastic than the BBB, with the event curated and hosted by local bloggers, tweeters and beer enthusiasts alike. Aiming to bring the very best in cask, keg and bottled beverages to the festival, Birmingham Beer Bash acts as much as a festival as it does an adventure. From local brewers of craft beer in Birmingham to international companies such as Purity Brewing Co. and Tiny Rebel attending the event, Birmingham Beer Bash promises a collection of rare imports, quality beers and premium ingredients.
Tickets start at a reasonable £6 for the Friday afternoon with all other sessions at £8. Two sessions run between 1100-1630 and 1730-2300.