Great British Beer Festival Winter Coming to Birmingham in 2020

Finally and following three fantastic and successful years in Norwich, the Great British Beer Festival Winter is going to arrive in Birmingham. The successful team of volunteers from all across the different parts of the West Midlands is currently working on bringing this fantastic festival to Birmingham at the New Bingley Hall. As accustomed, this fantastic festival is going to offer the patrons a great selection of beer styles and types. These beer types vary from porters and stouts to golden pales and bitters. So whatever it is you fancy in a beer, you will undoubtedly be able to find something to your liking in 2020 in the New Bingley Hall in Birmingham.

When is the Great British Beer Festival Winter Festival?

The festival is going to take place between Tuesday, the 4th of February to Saturday the 8th of February.  It opened at 11:00, except for the first day when it begins at 13:00. As for the closing time, it is 22:00 except the last day, when it closes at 19:00. Patrons planning to visit it should also know that the last entry is 30 minutes before closing time. Visitors can also leave and come back in the same day. They will only need to speak to a team member at the door, so they can get a pass put.

What can you expect to find at the Festival?

The festival has for more than only a great array of different beers. So if you are looking for something out of the ordinary, then the Great British Beer Festival Winter is your best pick. There will be a wide array of world beers, spirits, perries, ciders as well as soft drinks. Besides the fantastic selection of drinks, the festival will also feature a range of amazing local food vendors. That is not all, as patrons will also enjoy tutored talks and tastings. There will also be a stage that is full of entertainment and beautiful music for all to enjoy.

The cost of the beers at the festival is reasonable. They range between £3.40 and £10.00 for each pint. The more expensive beers usually have a high alcohol percentage, and they are available in smaller sizes. They are available in third, ½, and full pint measures.

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