Plymouth Beer and Cider Festival 2019

The Plymouth CAMRA Beer and Cider Festival 2019 – Thursday 27th to Saturday 29th June.

The annual branch beer and cider festival sees a new look and a new venue this year – Territorial Army Centre, Prospect Place, The Hoe, Plymouth PL1 3BQ (located just behind the Duke Of Cornwall Hotel, and at a slightly different time of the year.

We have up to 70 real ales, 20+ real cider and perry, a varied selection of wines and a good selection of locally-supplied hot and cold food, including curries, both meat and vegetarian options. We are open on Thursday 27th, Friday 28th and Saturday 29th June from 1200 until 2230 each day (Family-Friendly until 1900). The venue is fully accessible for disabled/wheelchair users.

Entry to the event will be via the TA Centre Main Gate on Prospect Place where you can collect your glass and beer tokens. All real ale will be located in the Main Hall. There is also plenty of outside areas to enjoy yourselves, including the Food Marquee! Entry to the festival is £10.00, which includes glass, beer list and £3.00 beer tokens (£6.00 beer tokens for CAMRA members and Armed Forces).


Volunteers to help us run this event are always made very welcome – we couldn't run it without them – so please email Alan Warden ku.gro.armac.htuomylp@pihsrebmem for further details if you would like to help out. Briefly, we would like help on Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th to help us set up; Thursday 27th, Friday 28th and Saturday 29th (whilst open!); and Sunday 30th June to pack everything away.

Volunteer Forms

Download the 2019 Volunteer Form - MS Word

Download the 2019 Volunteer Form - Adobe Document

Beer and Cider Lists

The Beer List will appear here when known.

Please note that breweries highlighted brew some excellent local real ales, brewed within 30 miles of our beer festival. Please show them your support by asking your local publican for a beer from them next time you visit your local pub – Cheers!

Download the Beer and Cider List (when available)


Directions by Car

Approach Plymouth along the A38 until you reach the Manadon intersection which is signposted for the A386, City Centre. Follow signs for City Centre A386. At the North Cross roundabout (by the railway station), take the third turning onto the A374 Western Approach. Proceed straight across the traffic lights and then turn right at the next lights onto Millbay Road. Turn left immediately after the Duke of Cornwall Hotel. Parking is available on-street Pay-And-Display, or at the Pavilions Pay-And-Display car parks.


Plymouth city train station is located within a short taxi ride to the TA Centre. Rail services from the city are now operated by two companies. There is a frequent Great Western Railway service throughout the day to/from London Paddington, as well as Cross Country services to major cities in the Midlands, the North of England and Scotland. Please note that Plus Bus Tickets are available from this station. We would suggest that you catch any bus going to Royal Parade (City Centre), and then catch the 25 towards Barbican at stop A15/A16 (outside House of Fraser).

By Bus

Plymouth City Bus provide a very good service, with the nearest bus stop just 2 minutes walk away Service 25 (Royal Parade-Barbican circular) roughly half-hourly until 1800. All timings given here are approximate; you are advised to check your timetables HERE


Previous Beer Festival photos are available here: Plymouth CAMRA Beer & Cider Festival 2016 - 23/24 September 2016

Previous Plymouth Beer Festival Details

Plymouth Branch Beer Festival 2016