2013 Bristol Cider Festival

Itís that time of year again when the wonderful Winter Cider Festival comes to Bristol.

The Bristol Cider festival of 2013 promises to be even bigger and better than last year.

From Friday, January 25th, to Saturday, January 26th, Brunelís Old Station will become a place of revelry as hoards of visitors descend on this prestigious festival to try the worldís most renowned ciders. The Friday afternoon session is from 7.30pm to 11pm and on Saturday the festival is open from 11am to 4pm. Tickets cost just £7 in advance which is a great deal when you consider all the shows and live entertainment on offer.

That includes Somersetís premier tribute band The Mangledwurzels who will be playing a full show at all three sessions.

Any unsold tickets will be made available on the door for £8. Buying your tickets in advance is highly recommended for what was a sell out event in 2012!

There are over 100 ciders and perries on offer including award-winners from Ben Crossmans, Mr. Whiteheads, Richs, Thatchers, Gwynt Y Ddraig, Broadoak and Hecks Gwatkin. To soak up all the lovely cider weíll also be offering yummy hot hog roast rolls and cheese platters.

Brunelís Old Station is the ideal venue for a cider festival as comprehensive public transport links mean that there is no danger of drink-driving. Our event venue is accessible by train, bus, coach and taxi, as well as being walking distance from the city centre. But it is also easy to get there by car with easy links to the M4 motorway and a car park at the back, so the cider festival will have a range of soft drinks for the drivers. We look forward to seeing you here!

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