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Celtic Beer Festival

Cornwall's biggest beer festival is back!

Join us on the 25th November...

Cornwall’s biggest beer festival will soon return, showcasing over one hundred beers from some of the best brewers in the business, from the South West and beyond.

Tickets are £30 on the door, including 4 x half pint tokens. Doors open at 11am.

From cask ales and stouts to craft beers, there will be a variety of delicious beers on offer, kindly donated by top brewers including Wiper & True, Harbour Brewing, Adnams, Mondo and Hook Norton. There will also be food and musical entertainment throughout the day.

The Fisherman’s Friends, who have partnered with St Austell Brewery for over a decade, will be performing, as well as other local bands including Morpheus, Guilty Pleasures, 3 Minute Warning, DM Street, Black Friday and The Stowes.

 

12.00 - 12:45 - The Stowes  

13.05 - 13.50 - Loco  

14.10 - 14.55 - Black Friday  

15.15 - 16.00 - DM street  

16.20 - 17.05 - Tregony Teachers

17.25 -18.25 - Fisherman's friends  

18.45 - 19.45 - 3 Minute Warning  

20.05 - 21.05 - Guilty Pleasures  

21.25 - 22.25 - Morpheus  

22.25 - 23.00 - Sing-along Lenny 

*Please note, timings may vary.

     

MEET OUR SPONSORS

OUR CHARITABLE TRUST

All profits from the event and ticket sales will be donated to our Charitable Trust. To date, the Charitable Trust has raised more than £1,000,000 – and we’re determined to build on the success of its first 20 years, so that we can give back to our communities – from Land’s End to Bath.

MEET A FEW OF OUR FLAGSHIP PINTS

TRIBUTE

Quality that speaks for itself.

PROPER JOB

If a job's worth doing, make it a proper job.

KOREV

The coast is our compass.

GEM

Hopping mad about good beer.

FAQs

Tickets are £30 each and include a commemorative festival cup, 4 x ½ pint tokens, a day of music (12 noon – 11pm) and a digital events programme. 

Yes, there is limited parking available on site. Please note, if you are parking in the car park you must stay behind the yellow walkways and use the zebra crossings when making your way down to the main entrance. The venue is a working brewery and these measures have been put in place for your own safety. If you are unsure of where to walk, please ask a member of staff.

There are excellent transport links to the festival. For more details, visit our plan your trip page.  

Yes, all guests will need to go through security which includes a bag search. 

Additional pint tokens can be purchased with cash or card at the token booth. Please note, the bars will only accept pint tokens.  

Yes, there is a cloakroom. A £1 donation is required to leave your items in the cloakroom.  

Yes, there is a designated smoking area which is signposted. Please note, smoking and vapeing is strictly prohibited in all areas other than the designated smoking area due to the nature of the site/being a working brewery.  

Yes, if you still have your wristband on, you can leave and come back in the same day. However, you will need to re-join the queue and wait your turn. We will be operating a one in one out system once we reach capacity.  

All tickets are non-refundable. 

Yes, please notify a member of security team on arrival if you require disabled access. Please reach out to events@staustellbrewery.co.uk for specific details on disabled access.  

Ask for Angela is an innovative campaign enabling those who feel vulnerable in pubs and clubs to discreetly approach a member of staff and request assistance. The scheme will be available at this year’s Great British Beer Festival. The ‘Ask for Angela’ initiative aims to reduce sexual violence and vulnerability by providing visitors to the festival with a non-descript phrase they can use to gain assistance from staff members in order to be separated from the company of someone with whom they feel unsafe due to that person’s actions, words or behaviour. 

Yes, you can keep your festival cup. If you require a new cup, these can be purchased at the main entrance for £1.  

Soft drinks are available at all bars for 1 token.  

Beer allergens can be found here.

The festival is open to the general public. Please note, you must be 18+ to attend the festival (ID required). Pets are NOT welcome at the festival.  

Yes, there is some seating available across the venue.  

Yes, we will be serving a selection of pasties and a Thai green curry. Each food item costs £6. There are vegan, vegetarian and gluten-avoiding options available on request.  

All proceeds from the Celtic Beer Festival go to the St Austell Brewery Charitable Trust. The Charitable Trust was set up in 2003 and supports local charities, good causes and individuals in need across our South West operating area. To read more about the charities we support, please click here - https://staustellfamilygroup.co.uk/media-press/our-charitable-trust/  

There will be a limited amount of printed programmes available (donations welcome), but everybody can access a digital version of the programme on the day through a QR code.