Join us once again in one of Liverpool’s most iconic buildings for St George’s Hall Winter Ales Festival 2020.
If you’ve never stepped inside the Great Hall before then you’re in for a treat. And, even better, you can sit back with a drink and enjoy the view.
Expect up to 200 different real ales and ciders alongside an indoor gin garden with a selection of boutique gins, spirits, wine and prosecco. Whatever your tipple, we’ve got it covered.
There will be entertainment for all sessions, excluding Friday daytime.
There will be tasty hot and cold food provided by Liverpool Cheese Company, Peninsula Pies and Crackpot Catering (serving up their special Scouse!) throughout the festival.
We offer discount for all CAMRA members with a valid, in-date card at our Thursday evening and Friday daytime session. A full card of tokens is £15 and CAMRA card holders are eligible to receive a £2 discount.
There will also be a return of the ‘Beer of the Festival Award’, voted for by all attendees!
Session Times & Prices
Thursday 30th January 6pm – 10.30pm – £7 *CAMRA discount available at this session, £2 off a full card of tokens when presenting a valid CAMRA card*
Friday 31st January 12pm – 4.30pm – £7 *CAMRA discount available at this session, £2 off a full card of tokens when presenting a valid CAMRA card*
Friday 31st January 6pm – 10.30pm – £10
Saturday 1st February 12pm – 4.30pm – £8.50
Saturday 1st February 6pm – 10.30pm – £8
All tickets include a colour programme & souvenir glass to take home with you at the end of the festival!
Or upgrade to the VIP treatment!
– An exclusive reserved table on the Great Hall stage for groups of a minimum of 6-10 people
– Unlimited real ales, ciders and draught Budvar all session
– Plus one 25ml premium spirit with mixer each
Friday 31st January 12pm – 4.30pm – £32pp
Friday 31st January 6pm – 10.30pm – £37pp
Saturday 1st February 12pm – 4.30pm – £34pp
Saturday 1st February 6pm – 10.30pm – £32pp
*PLEASE NOTE: Due to the nature of beer festivals and ever-changing tastes we are unable to predict the popularity of the beers before the event. The most popular individual casks will run out as the festival progresses. Our Beer Co-Ordinator monitors this at each event and orders accordingly – but because we also like to have a lot of new beers it is nigh on impossible for us to tell which will run out first! We oversupply on beer as a whole by 20% at all of our festivals which means there’s a hefty amount to pour away at the end – and we hate waste! We apologise if you have ever been disappointed by a beer running out, but there is still always ample amounts of real ale to drink throughout the festival!
Please bear this information in mind when selecting a session.
No Under 18s are permitted into the event. If you are lucky enough to look under the age of 25 you will be asked for ID at the door. No refunds will be given to anyone unable to prove their age when asked.
For further details email [email protected] or telephone 0151 329 3801