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24th March 2023

Dreaming of Summer in Scotland

On Friday June 2nd Fyne Ales Brewery will welcome festival goers back to FyneFest, their award-winning, family-friendly, beer, food and music festival set in the stunning surroundings of Glen Fyne, Argyll.

The brewery, established in 2001, have been hosting the three-day camping festival on their farm in Argyll since 2010, and this year promises to be their best festival yet, with more music, beer and food than ever before.

Jamie Delap, Managing Director, said “We’ve been brewing in Scotland for 22 years, so we know good beer. That’s why we work with the best the UK has to offer, alongside an exciting international line-up, to bring you a beer board you won’t forget.”

Among the breweries already confirmed for the festival are Fierce Beer, Deya and Siren, as well as FyneFest newcomers Sureshot, Full Circle, Wiper & True and many more. The festival will also have rockstars of the low and no category, Mash Gang, on draught, several world class ciders, and for the first time, a margarita truck.

“Despite being run by a brewery, FyneFest has a lot more to offer than just beer,” commented Fyne Ales Head of Marketing, Aidy Fenwick. “We’ve increased the activities on offer this year, providing festival goers with all their favourite talks, walks, tours, yoga, and bingo, while adding a whole host of activities for kids of all ages, a charity run to our Walkers Bar and much more.”

Across their three stages, you can expect a mix of talented local artists, festival regulars and high-profile bands performing, creating the ultimate soundtrack for the weekend.

“We’ve really upped the ante this year with our biggest programme of music to date,” says Musical Director, Barney Strachan. “We’re excited to bring some great new faces and fresh talent to the festival, mixing it up with some nailed-on crowd favourites to bring you more, without losing what is so special about FyneFest”.

In addition to the live acts, festival goers will be hosted by none other than BBC Radio Scotland & Radio6 DJ, Vic Galloway. Vic will introduce the Friday and Saturday evening music programmes, including Bombskare who are back by popular demand, and FyneFest newcomers Tom McGuire & The Brassholes, Pictish Trail and Miracle Glass Company, who are all set to deliver high energy across weekend of music.

If all this still leaves you hungry for more, you can grab a coffee and peruse the menus at dozen attending street-food vendors, including local legends Loch Fyne Oysters and Edinburgh favourites Ròst.

Tickets for FyneFest 2023 are on sale now and selling fast. So why not take your family, your friends, your neighbours, your dogs and anyone else you think needs a break from the real world for a few days, and relax in Glen Fyne.


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We are a family-owned Scottish farm brewery. When our brewery was founded in 2001, the goal was not only to make the best quality beer, but to bring jobs, industry and tourism to our community and our quiet corner of rural Scotland. We’ve continued brewing in this spirit ever since. Drawing water from the hills and brewing in converted farm buildings, we create modern, ambitious and progressive beers in a wide variety of styles.

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