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Taproom serving up three-day festival of craft beer, live music and food at Walton Summit

Posted on - 27th April, 2024 - 6:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Bamber Bridge, Chorley News, Clayton Brook, Food & Drink, Music, Preston News, Pubs, South Ribble News, Things to Do in and around Preston, What's On in Preston
Hopworks Taproom interior
Hopworks Taproom is hosting SpringFest Pic: Hopworks Brew Co. / Facebook

A Walton Summit taproom is serving up a three-day festival of craft beer, live music and food.

Hopworks Brew Co.’s SpringFest is taking place on the early May bank holiday weekend.

As well as the brewery’s core range of beers and special releases, there will be a number of rotating guest ales.

A glass of Hopworks Brew Co. Born to Blossom next to a Born to Blossom beer mat
Core offerings such as the Born to Blossom pale ale will be available at SpringFest Pic: Hopworks Brew Co. / Facebook

Pizzas, burgers and loaded fries will be freshly cooked all weekend by taproom residents Bertie Chippington’s.

Live music will come across the three days from The Mary Barnsley Experience, The Thieving Magpies, Coulton Brothers, Contraband, The Rewinders, Sam Copner and Palmetto State. Comedian Tony Vino will perform on the Sunday.

Read more: Annual beer festival returns to Preston for early May bank holiday weekend

Shit Shirt Saturday will bring an explosion of colour to SpringFest, with free pints available for those wearing the most colourful and wacky shirts.

SpringFest takes place on Friday 3, Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 May at Hopworks Taproom.

For more information, visit the Hopworks Brew Co. website.

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