Keighley Beer Festival, which is organised by members of Keighley and Craven Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), will be back again in September. Running from Thursday 26th to Saturday 28th September 2013, the event, our 25th, remains in the town centre at Central Hall on Alice Street, just around the corner from the Drill Hall, where it all started in 1986.
Once again we will be offering:
- A selection of up to 70 of the best Real Ales, sourced from far and wide but also including local favourites
- A selection of traditional ciders and perries
- A selection of foreign bottled beers
- A tombola
- Hot and cold food will be available at all sessions
The festival is for over 18s only. If you look younger than 21, please bring ID with you. This will be checked on the door. Sorry, but there are no facilities for children and under 18s will not be permitted under any circumstances.
The nature of the event means that beer supplies are limited: we don‘t have a cellar full of reserve beers we can tap on Saturday afternoon, so once a beer has run out, it has gone.
Everyone involved in the festival is a volunteer, from the organising committee to the bar staff. No-one receives any payment for organising or working at the festival.