11th SEPTEMBER 2021, CHELTENHAM TOWN HALLCHELTENHAM INTERNATIONAL BEER FESTIVAL

ONE DAY FESTIVAL IN THE HEART OF THE COTSWOLDS, CELEBRATING AND PROMOTING CRAFT BEER BREWED IN THE UK AND OVERSEAS.

THE FESTIVAL ALSO INCLUDES A STREET FOOD MARKET, CRAFT CIDER, CRAFT SPIRITS, ENGLISH WINE, LIVE MUSIC AND ALL SORTS OF LOVELY BEER RELATED THINGS.
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Meet the brewers...THERE IS A STORY
BEHIND EVERY
BEER

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CRAFT BEER FROM ENGLAND

Any beer-loving person can appreciate a good quality, flavoursome brew, but for those of us who are new to the craft beer hype, it can be a bit of a maze to find that one great beer that suits your tastes. The Cheltenham International Beer Festival is bringing some of the great crafted beers to the Cotswolds for you to try. The full list of craft beers will be published in June 2021.

INTERNATIONAL CRAFT BEER

Bringing some of the great crafted international beers to the Cotswolds for you to try. The full list of craft beers will be published in June 2021.

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CRAFT CIDER

Craft cider is no longer about tractors and sideburns: instead, it’s firmly established itself as a beverage for everyone, but there’s still work to be done in challenging other cider stereotypes of ‘mass produced tasteless dross’. Discover some of the best craft cider makers at the festival and enjoy a true taste of cider.

SPOT THE DIFFERENCE

Long tradition is their key
Saison is a pale ale that is highly carbonated, fruity, spicy, and often bottle conditioned. It was historically brewed with low alcohol levels, but modern productions of the style have moderate to high levels of alcohol. Along with several other varieties, it is generally classified as a farmhouse ale.
Pale ale is a top-fermented beer made with predominantly pale malt. The higher proportion of pale malts results in a lighter colour. The term first appeared around 1703 for beers made from malts dried with high-carbon coke, which resulted in a lighter colour than other beers popular at that time.
India pale ale is a hoppy beer style within the broader category of pale ale. The export style of pale ale, which became known as India pale ale, was developed in England around 1840, and later became popular there and worldwide.
Lager is a type of beer conditioned at low temperature. Lagers can be pale, amber, or dark. Pale lager is the most widely consumed and commercially available style of beer.
Berliner Weisse is a cloudy, sour beer of around 3% alcohol by volume. It is a regional variation of the wheat beer style from Northern Germany, dating back to at least the 16th century. It can be made from combinations of malted barley and wheat, with the stipulation that the malts are kilned at very low temperatures to minimise colour formation.
Porter is a style of beer that was developed in London, England in the early eighteenth century. It was well-hopped and dark in appearance due to the use of brown malt. The name originated due to its popularity with street and river porters.
Beer in England has been brewed for hundreds of years. As a beer brewing country, England is known for its top fermented cask beer which finishes maturing in the cellar of the pub rather than at the brewery and is served with only natural carbonation. English beer styles include bitter, mild, brown ale and old ale.
Stout is a dark, top-fermented beer with a number of variations, including dry stout, oatmeal stout, milk stout, and imperial stout. The stronger beers, typically 7% or 8% alcohol by volume (ABV), were called “stout porters“, so the history and development of stout and porter are intertwined, and the term stout has become firmly associated with dark beer, rather than just strong beer.

DiscoverOUR EXHIBITORS

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EXHIBITORS LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED IN MAY 2021

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EXHIBITORS LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED IN MAY 2021

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EXHIBITORS LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED IN MAY 2021

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EXHIBITORS LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED IN MAY 2021

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EXHIBITORS LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED IN MAY 2021

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EXHIBITORS LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED IN MAY 2021

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EXHIBITORS LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED IN MAY 2021

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EXHIBITORS LIST WILL BE PUBLISHED IN MAY 2021

THERE ARE CERTAIN BEERS YOU HAVE TO DRINK

More than once, of course.

EVERY BEER, EVERY DRINK,

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