Grantham

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Grantham 2021 Beer Festival.

Opening times 12 noon to 11pm each day.

Note card payment preferred for all purchases at the festival. Also note beer tokens need to be purchased for payment of drinks. Tokens available at entrance but please purchase additional tokens from the Camra Membership stand.

Have you ever poured a real ale... cider... served a gin... worked at an event? Want to come volunteer and help us / learn this year?? Follow the link and let us know if you are interested where you would like to help!

Link for volunteering. Volunteers Form

2021 Beer Festival Beer List

The following link is for the beer list, Note this list may vary from those available at the festival due to availability issues but every effort is being made to stick to the published list. 2021 Beer Festival Beer List .

St Wulframs Church and Grantham CAMRA are pleased to announce that they are full steam ahead in planning this year’s Land of Hops and Glory Beer Festival.

This year’s festival is planned for the slightly later dates of the 4th 5th and 6th of November. With over 70 different Real Ales, Ciders, Perries, Gin and Mead the festival is sure to be a great success after such a hard time for all.

The festival as always will be set in the magnificent 12th Century St Wulframs Church, with 3 nights of live music in the pipeline organised by Rector Fr Stuart it is sure to have the Church full of atmosphere.

Grantham CAMRA Chairman and newly appointed East Midlands Regional Director Robert Hamnett-Day had this to say; ‘I think the people of Grantham need this festival more than ever. After so many unsubstantiated restrictions for so long, our Pubs, Clubs and Breweries have had a horrendous time and this is our chance as Grantham CAMRA, along side our partners St Wulframs Church to remind the people of Grantham, just what amazing tastes and experiences there are out and about in our locals! We are supremely lucky to have had our festival approved by CAMRA, one of only very few to have been given the green light. This is a fantastic level of praise from the Campaign to our partnership with St Wulframs Church and the amazing Festival organising team.

Any Government restrictions will be followed as required at the time of the festival. As long as they are still able to hold events and the festival is viable the organising committee will do everything they can, to ensure it goes ahead.

We cannot wait to welcome everyone to the best Beer Festival in the East Midlands. St Wulfram's is a special place for many people and we love welcoming everyone to this festival.

Father Stuart says 'We missed you last year and we hope that this year will continue to be a safe and fabulous event in partnership with our friends at CAMRA'.

Kind Regards

Robert Hamnett-Day