Bromsgrove Beer and Cider Festival 2019 celebrates a giant leap for mankind
Known to attract real ale lovers and people seeking an enjoyable day out in equal measure, Bromsgrove Beer and Cider Festival 2019 will be recognising the historic event of Neil Armstrong setting foot on the moon in July 1969.
And in a giant leap for Bromsgrove, an extra session has been added and the festival will be open to the general public from 6pm on Thursday 27th June.
The event is a short walk from the new railway station which now has more trains arriving and departing.
The festival aims to encourage visitors to sample the range of different beer and cider styles that are available with pint, half and third measure glasses being available and this year have an extra session open to the public.
David Wheeler, festival organiser, said, “Volunteer members of Redditch and Bromsgrove branch of the Campaign for Real Ale who organise the event are looking forward to welcoming new and experienced beer and cider drinkers to our friendly festival. With food and entertainment it makes for a great day out.”