Dates & opening times:
The opening times for the 13th Chorlton Beer Festival 2017 will be:
- Thursday 6th July: 6pm – 10.30pm
- Friday 7th July: 6pm – 10.30pm
- Saturday 8th July: 1pm – 9.30pm*
After we close each evening, the pubs & bars of Chorlton stay open later, so there is plenty of opportunity to continue sampling beers & ciders in the local area.
* Saturday closing dependent on beer & cider availability
Where are we:
The festival is held in the beautiful surrounds of St Clement’s Church.
St Clements is located at the junction of Edge Lane and St Clement’s Road, midway between Wilbraham Road & Chorlton Green.
Click here for map & public transport information
Prices & tickets
Prices are being held for the third year running.
Entry each day will cost £10 which includes your souvenir festival glass*, a festival programme with tasting notes for the 100+ beers available and a £4 beer and cider token so you can get straight to the bar and fill that glass.
Entry to Thursday is discounted to £9 for advance ticket purchases.
New for 2017:
A season ticket will be available giving entry to all three days for £20
Advance tickets for Thursday & Friday will be available here from Thursday 13th April 2017
* Visitors returning for a second day who already have their souvenir glass can exchange glass for £2 of beer tokens.
The festival welcomes well behaved children on Saturday from 1pm – 7pm.
A range of activities for small children will be provided on the lawn to the front of the church (St Clement’s Road side) organised by Chorlton CofE Primary School PTA.
Please note that children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. If your children are found to be disturbing the enjoyment of other festival goers, you may be asked to leave.
All under 18s must be off the festival grounds by 7pm to comply with the terms of our license.
Well behaved dogs on leads are permitted at the festival. With the exception of guide dogs, dogs are not permitted in either beer hall.
Dogs are not allowed in the children’s activities area on the St Clement’s Road side of the church.
You are responsible for removing your dog’s waste.
If your dog is found to be disturbing the enjoyment of other festival visitors, we reserve the right to ask you to remove your dog from the festival grounds.