The Great British Beer Festival is returning to London this summer from the 7th-11th August at London Olympia – and tickets are now on sale!
Organised and run by the Campaign for Real Ale, the Great British Beer Festival is one of the biggest, most exciting and well-known events on the beer and cider calendar. With over 900 real ales, ciders and perries and one-off speciality brews, this year’s festivals is not one to be missed.
Standard tickets start from as little as £9 for CAMRA members or £11 for non-members. There will also be VIP packages available and season tickets to suit every festival-goer.
Catherine Tonry, the organiser of the Great British Beer Festival said: “We are delighted that the Great British Beer Festival will be returning to London once again this summer. There will be a number of exciting new brews and entertainment available this year so we recommend getting your tickets early! The Great British Beer Festival is a staple of CAMRA’s calendar, and a source of great excitement for so many. We hope that everybody enjoys the festival as much as we do.”
Notes to Editor
Basic entry: £9 for CAMRA members / £11 for non members
VIP Package (only 250 available per day. Grants entry for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, as well as a festival programme, souvenir glass and £15 of beer tokens for drinks only): £39 for everyone
Season ticket (entry for every session except the trade session, covers entrance to the festival but not programme/glass/tokens): £24 for CAMRA members / £29 for non members
Beer tokens will be available in £15 sheets, same price for all
The festival guide: £1 for CAMRA members / £2 for non members
Souvenir glass (available in thirds, halves or pint sizes): £3 for everyone, option to refund at end of festival)
About the Great British Beer Festival
The Great British Beer Festival is one of the biggest, most exciting and well-known events in the beer and cider world. Organised by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) and run almost entirely by volunteers, it brings hundreds of real ales, international beers and real ciders and perries under the iconic Olympia roof. Tickets can be purchased online: http://gbbf.org.uk. The festival opening times are: 7th August – 12 noon-5pm (Trade Session) ,7th August – 5pm-10:30pm (Public Session), 8th August – 12 noon-10:30pm, 9th August – 12 noon-10:30pm, 10th August – 12 noon-10:30pm, 11th August – 11am-7:00pm, with last admission half an hour before close.
CAMRA is an independent, voluntary organisation which campaigns for real ale, cider and perry as well as protecting and promoting community pubs and clubs and fighting for consumer rights. We have over 190,000 members across the country who work to champion beer and cider drinkers as well as pub and club goers.