So... Shall we do it all again?
If you were there you'll know what a brilliant experience it was at the inaugural Birmingham Beer Bash. We had fun, and clearly you all did too. Many people have asked us about "next year" and all we can say for now is that we're working on it. No promises yet - there are some obstacles to overcome, but for now definitely keep the end of July booked out in your diary!
Do check back to this page from time to time, and watch out for our Twitter and Facebook feeds, because you'll start to see some changes happening here. First up will be a brand new website, complete with a facility to sign-up for updates by email, so you'll be the first to know when we announce something new and important. Hopefully we'll soon be able to announce the completion of a new ticketing arrangement which will bring about an improved experience for both you and us! And as soon as we can confirm the when and where we'll be shouting that from the rooftops! And watch out for the "early bird" tickets shortly after that.
About the Beer Bash
The Birmingham Beer Bash is a new kind of beer event: bringing to Birmingham the very (very) best of progressive brewing, in keg, cask and bottle.
Conceived and organised by Bloggers and Twitterers, the Birmingham Beer Bash has one overriding goal - to deliver the very best of the UK's burgeoning craft beer scene and of its international counterpart, to eager beer fans in the Midlands [and beyond].
Everyone connected with BBB is obsessed by quality, so we were determined to source the highest quality beers, using the best ingredients - beers which demonstrate stylistic breadth and variety, taking inspiration from all corners of the globe.
In addition to stocking the best beers, some of the brewing maestros behind the top breweries work the bars, serving their products and giving you a unique insight into the creative process.
We also offer a fistful of the hottest streetfood choices; talks, tastings and other 'Fringe' events; and a stunning canalside venue in 'happening' Digbeth.
Check out last year's breweries list, browse the fringe events programme, and be sure to book early for next year - don't be one of those people we had to turn away from a sold-out session!