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Festival season is coming…

Come rain or shine, beers in hand.

One of our favourite things to do when summer rolls around is pack up and head to the fields to hear some of our favourite bands live, watch a bunch of new comedians, experience some ace street food and be covered in glitter whether we like it or not - and what tops it all off? A cold pint to go with it. It’s festival season soon, and this is where you’ll find us.

FIELD DAY, London
7-9 June

We’re back at one of our favourite London festivals again, but this time they’ve moved up to North London for a full weekend, taking on 10 acres of outdoor space and 4 huge warehouse in the fields in Enfield (oh, hey neighbours) making it the biggest warehouse venue in the city.
WE’RE EXCITED TO SEE: The queen that is The Black Madonna, Deerhunter, Jungle and of course Jorja Smith! Some of our favourite food traders will be there with us too, so stay tuned for more announcements and we’ll see ya there for beers.

TRAMLINES, Sheffield
19-21 July

We’re off up t’north for our very first go at this Sheffield festival, which has now grown outside the space of the city to the nearby Hillsborough Park. We’re so excited to be part of this incredible festival, a legacy created by Co-founder and Director Sarah Nulty. Read all about her here. WE’RE EXCITED TO SEE: The Courteeners, our pals who we brewed a beer for last year to celebrate their 10th anniversary, Doves and (freak, ce…) Chic!

Y NOT FESTIVAL, Derbyshire
26-29 July

Fancy a beer with us? Y Not, eh? (...sorry, couldn’t resist.) We’re bringing the beers along for a weekend in the with our friendsWE’RE EXCITED TO SEE: FOALS, Wolf Alice, Lucy Rose and our Tank Partying friends White Lies.

LOST VILLAGE, Lincoln
22-25 August

Heading back in to the woods again for one of our most loved festivals. In 2018 you found us across a bunch of hidden bars in the woods, as you walk between the trees to another stage and end up having a banquet by a lake before hopping in a hot tub. Pretty good right? If you were there, you would have seen the Hells Parlour which we were lucky enough to be nominated for the best brand activation at the British Festival Awards last year too, so make sure you come and check out what we’ve got planned this year. WE’RE EXCITED TO SEE: Superorganism, Peggy Gou and Maribou State, amongst an ace line up of talks, dining experiences and installations.

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