London, United Kingdom, July 15, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The nation’s biggest beer festival will feature more than 450 ales, ciders, and beers from around the world.
A host of activities is planned in conjunction with the festival including live music, tastings, games, food, and much more.
The Great British Beer Festival 2010 will have several different bars serving a unique selection of drinks.
The CAMRA bars will feature regional ales, vegetarian and organic beer, cider, and perries, and offerings from Britain’s newest breweries.
The brewery bars will showcase the country’s best beers and their latest concoctions.
The Bieres Sans Frontieres bars will serve the best international beers from all over the world.
True beer aficionados will want to reserve a spot in one of the tutored beer tastings. Experts will guide participants through the basics of taste, look, style, and history of a variety of different brews.
The Great British Beer Festival is a family-friendly event, with plenty for the under-18 set to do and see. The family room will provide free entertainment, video games, toys, activities, snacks, drinks, and sweets for children and youngsters. The family room will be open until 9pm each night of the festival.
The festival runs from 5pm to 10.30pm on August 3rd, noon to 10.30pm from August 4th to the 6th, and 11am to 7pm on August 7th.
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