The Summer Bristol Cider Festival

The Summer Bristol Cider Festival is being held at Brunelís Old Station in August and there are cheap tickets for early reservations.

 The Passenger Shed has a long history of hosting ale and cider festivals, holding the prestigious CAMRA event already this year as well as the Winter cider festival in January.

 Now, as then, there will be over 100 ciders and perries on offer including Richs, Broadoak and Hecks and Gwynt Y Ddraig. These award-winning ciders are perfectly complemented with hog roast rolls and cheese platters, and there is even a range of soft drinks for those who prefer not to drink.

One of the factors that makes Brunelís Old Station ideal for Bristol festivals is that it is served by superlative public transport links. You can safely drink and still get to and from the festival without driving. The event venue is easily accessible by train at adjoining Temple Meads, coach, bus and taxi, and there are also many walking routes.

Somerset's finest tribute band, The Mangledwurzels, will be playing a full show at all three sessions, providing their own brand of South Western madness to enliven the event.

The Bristol Summer Cider Festival starts on Friday evening, August 3rd, from 7.30pm-11pm. The Saturday daytime session is on August 4 from 11am-4pm and the evening session is from 7.30pm-11pm. Tickets cost £ 7 when you buy in advance.

As an indoor event, the Summer Bristol Cider Festival is also safe from the terrible weather we have been having, see you there!And don't forget to contact us if you have a similar Bristol event that you would like to hold.

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