Beer festival returning at St Walburge’s

Posted on - 17th March, 2018 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Ashton-on-Ribble, City Centre, Food & Drink, Preston City Centre, Preston News, Things to Do in and around Preston, University, What's On in Preston
The Preston Beer Festival in 2015
The beer festival in St Walburge’s church hall in 2015

A beer festival is returning in the shadow of Preston’s tallest spire.


Beer Fest @ Walburges takes place at the iconic church in its church hall.

Running from Friday 11 May to Sunday 13 May the festival is returning after a break in 2017.

It was previously known as the Preston Beer Festival.

More than 70 beers and ciders from across the UK will be on offer – and some closer to home such as the Eagle Crag Brewery in Todmorden.

Live music is proposed for each day with Jam Buddies headlining Friday and Gary and Vera Aspey on the Sunday.

Read more: The Orchard craft ale bar opens at Preston Market

Opening times this year are 5-11pm on the Friday, 11am-11pm on the Saturday and 12pm-7m on the Sunday.

It’s £4 for Friday, £3 for Saturday and free on Sunday.

Read more: Bamber Bridge beer festival returns and confirms dates

Food on offer includes pie and peas, hodogs, curry and rice, as well as tea and coffee.

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