The Brunswick pub beer festival returns this July

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A weekend pub beer festival with live music, DJs, food and drink returns next month.

The Brunswick in Hove is hosting its annual summer beer festival
from July 19 to July 21.

There will be fifteen cask ales, twenty keg craft beers, eight ciders and pub-style food will be provided by Fred’s Kitchen.

Josh Montgomery, The Brunswick assistant manager, said: “We want to show appreciation for craft beer, for breweries, and for just trying different beers.

“It brings everybody in the beer community together. The event is suitable for anyone. During the day, we have families come down, and they order food from the kitchen. They chill out, listen to the live music we have going on, and enjoy the vibe.”

The event is free to attend, starting at noon and ending at 11:30pm.

Mr Montgomery said: “As it’s a summer event, I’ve tried to include what a craft beer drinker would drink in the summer: something light, fruity and citrusy. I am including pale ale and lager-type beers.

“I have some dark and bitter beers. We’ve got some fruity beers. We’ve got unreleased fruit wheat beer, which will be very good.”

The live music will be from local artists, but names are not confirmed yet.

The Brunswick also hosts a smaller-scale winter beer festival in February.

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Brighton Beer Blog, a site celebrating Sussex’s craft brewers, reviewed the winter event and stated: “I’ve not drunk so many stand-out beers in one place for a long time!”

The beer festival has been taking place for around ten years.

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