Yorkshire’s biggest beer festival returns today (Wednesday) for four days at York Racecourse, after a three-year enforced absence.
And the public have welcomed it back with open arms with record advance ticket sales.
There’s still time to purchase tickets or people are very welcome to turn up on the day.
Organisers say there’s enough space for everyone in the cavernous marquee and huge beer garden and with the weather set fair what better way to while away a few hours with friends and family.
With more than 500 real ales, craft beers, lagers and ciders to choose from, plus world wines, Prosecco and gin, there’s something for everyone’s tastes.
There’s a street food village outside and a live music stage with local musicians to entertain visitors. A special festival shuttle bus is running every day from opposite York Station.
Beer festival details
The York Beer and Cider Festival will take place in a weatherproof marquee on the Knavesmire on Wednesday 14 to Saturday 17 September 2022
- Wed 14 Advance £4, door £5
- Thu 15 Advance £6, door £7
- Fri 16 Advance £8, door £9
- Sat 17 Advance £8, door £9