Plymouth Beer and Cider Festival 2019
The Plymouth Beer and Cider Festival sees a return to the city after a two year break, with a new venue. It will take place at the Territorial Army Centre, Prospect Place, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 3BQ (directly behind the Duke Of Cornwall Hotel) between Thursday 27th and Saturday 29th June 2019, dates and times TBC, and subject to contract.
It is planned to have up to 90 real ales and real ciders available. Further details are available Plymouth Beer and Cider Festival 2019.
At the junction of West Hoe Road and Citadel Road, it is one of the most secure and historic venues for a CAMRA beer festival in the country. Millbay was formally the site of Millbay Barracks, where large numbers of French, Spanish and Russian prisoners of war were housed during the 18th and 19th centuries. Today, however, it is home to 6 Rifles, our very own local territorial army regiment.
Access is very easy, with Plymouth CityBus route 25 stopping directly outside the front gate. The venue is fully wheelchair accessible. Families are welcome until 1900.
Entry starter packs are available at just £10.00, which includes £3.00 beer tokens (£5.00 CAMRA members/Armed Forces personnel). Food will be available all day, with a choice of meat and vegetable pasties and curries, which can be enjoyed Al Fresco, in the beer hall or in the food marquee. Please Note: All bags are subject to search - thank you for your cooperation.