Beer Brothers to hold Preston’s own annual festival

Posted on - 31st March, 2018 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Business, City Centre, Food & Drink, Preston News, Things to Do in and around Preston, University campus, What's On in Preston
Beer Brother's Preston Brewery
Left to Right: David Reece, Phill Leyland, Dave Moore, Alan Reece

An annual celebration of Preston has been set up by Beer Brothers brewery.

Proud Prestonians Phill Leyland and David Reece are bringing ‘Prestival’ to UCLan in celebration of all things Preston.

The duo started Beer Brothers brewery in 2015, specialising in its individual ‘AltBier’ and supplying bottled and cask ales to local bars and outlets.

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Taking place at the UCLan’s SU building, St Peter’s church on Fylde Road, Prestival will be held from 13 – 15 April.

As well as nearly 100 beers, including cask real ale and craft keg beer, there will be even more to try at Prestival, including prosecco, wines, and premium spirits including local gin and rum.

Hot food from local food traders will be provided including tasty fresh stonebaked pizzas and wood-smoked BBQ foods.

A host of local musicians performing across Friday and Saturday will help bring the party to the unique festival.

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A spokesperson for Beer Brothers said: “As brewers, it’s safe to say we’ve been to our fair share of beer festivals.

“As much as we appreciate real ale, we’re not always popular with our wives when they find themselves with a beer in hand.

“This is why Prestival is here to offer something for everyone… a big annual get together, showcasing the fantastic music, drink and food we have on our doorstep.”

Beer Brothers are welcoming ideas for the future of Prestival and are inviting you to get involved by contacting the organisers on the Facebook page.

Will you be attending Prestival? What do you think? Let us know in the comments below

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