Get your tickets early say Harrogate Beer Festival organisers

27 February 2013

The Harrogate Beer Festival is organised by the Harrogate Round Table and runs over three nights – Thursday 28th February, Friday 1st March and Saturday 2nd March at the Crown Hotel in Harrogate.

The organisers recommend buying tickets online, as once the venue reaches capacity on each night, further tickets will not be available on the door – only pre-purchased ticket entry.

This year features an even more extensive selection of beers.

Over 4,000 visitors are expected to attend the event, which is supporting Macmillan Cancer SupportOpen CountryHenshaws Society for Blind People and Asthma Relief


Harrogate Beer Festival 2012- 1


Opening times vary each day:

  • Thursday 6.30pm to 11.30pm
  • Friday 6.30pm to 11.30pm
  • Saturday 4pm to 11.00pm

There are two music stages from 8pm.

Tickets are £10, including 6 – half pints. They can be purchased on the door and online


Harrogate Beer Festival 2012- 2


2013 Beer List

  • Daleside Brindles Bitter 3.79% – A pale brown, well balanced, hoppy beer
  • Daleside Blonde 3.9% – The blonde beer that all blonde beers aspire to
  • Daleside Bobek 5.0% – An export style beer that has travelled the World
  • Daleside Old Leg Over 4.1% – A well balanced mid brown refreshing beer
  • Theakstons Best Bitter 3.8% – A definitive bitter full of flavour
  • Theakstons Light Foot 4.1% – A pale coloured ale with a floral finish
  • Theakstons Old Peculiar 5.6% – A dark, rich, smooth tasting beer
  • Theakstons Paradise Ale 4.2% – A great thirst quencher of a beer with cascade hops
  • Otley Brewery 4.0% – A pale gold ale with a high bitterness and an aroma of garden grass
  • Liverpool Organic Brewery Bier Head 4.1% – A pale gold beer with a sharp hoppy foretaste
  • Red William Brewery Feckless 4.1% – A classic English bitter with a rich toffee flavour
  • Collingham Brewery Artisan 4.4% – A golden ale brewed with Maris Otter to give a smooth golden ale
  • Black Sheep All Creatures 3.5% – A fresh, light and bright YPA with a hoppy kick
  • Revolution Brewery Kraftwerk Braun 4.5% – A mid brown beer hopped with noble German hops
  • Wilson Potter Brewery Cask Ale 3.7% – A full, balanced, pale gold beer with a clean, tangy finish
  • Wharfebank Brewery Best Bitter 3.7% – A copper coloured Yorkshire bitter with a fruity aroma
  • Salamander Wild Joker Porter 4.8% – A seasonal porter from Bradford
  • Roosters Brewery True Grit 3.9% – A bold pale ale with a lasting bitter finish
  • Leeds Brewery New Moon 4.3% – A refreshing dark ale with a clean finish
  • Kirkstall Brewery Dissolution IPA 5.0% – A delicious amber ale with a big hop kick
  • Welbeck Abbey Brewery St James 4.0% – A deep ruby red ale, slightly nutty roasted bitter
  • Thornbridge Kipling 5.2% – Southern Pacific pale ale, a full bodied well balanced ale
  • Sarah Hughes Dark Mild 6.0% – The return of a rich, dark mild, very popular
  • Hambletons Frisky Filly 4.0% – A light brown beer with a bite of chilli
  • Mordue Spring Tyne 4.0% – A fresh lemony beer highly hopped to celebrate spring
  • Green King Yardbird 4.0% – A bold IPA full of hop and fruity flavours
  • Speckled Golden Hen 4.1% – A light golden beer with fruit in the finish
  • Marble Manchester Bitter 4.2% – A gold coloured bitter with hints of fruit
  • Saltaire Raspberry Blonde 4.0% – A blonde beer infused with a hint of raspberries


Ciders and Perries

  • Premium Drinks Strawberry – Medium/Sweet Cider 7.0%
  • Premium Drinks – Passion Fruit Medium Perry 7.5%
  • Pennard Organic – Dry Cider 6.5%
  • Black Rat – Medium Cider 6.0%
  • Janets Jungle Juice – Medium Cider 6.0%
  • Whiteheads Equinox – Medium Cider 4.5%
  • Gwynt Y Ddraig – Two Trees Medium Perry 4.5%

Selection of Wine – Red, Wine & Rose

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