Skip to main content

CBCF22 – All the breweries

Our local breweries have had a tough couple of years with the impact of the pandemic. So for Chorlton Beer & Cider Festival 2022 we decided to dedicate the festival to celebrating local breweries within 25 miles of the festival. With a couple of honourable exceptions.

The full beer list will be out in a week or two’s time but for now, here’s the full run down of the breweries coming to St Clement’s from 7th to 9th July.

Read More

Tickets on sale now

Festival logo

Some 35 months have passed since the last Chorlton Beer & Cider Festival held in July 2019. However, the festival is finally bouncing back with tickets going on sale for the 2022 event which will be taking place from Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th July.

The first 24 hours of sales for 2022 have seen record numbers of tickets purchased – this could be the first year where some sessions may sell out in advance…..

Unsure which day to attend? The festival offers a solution to this dilemma with a three day season ticket. Priced at just £20, the ticket includes a £10 beer or cider token so buyers are effectively getting three days for the price of two.

The festival will have three sessions. Those who just want to sample the beers and ciders in a more relaxed atmosphere, the Thursday night session is best – a smaller audience means faster service at the bar and the maximum choice of beers, ciders, gins and other drinks. Saturday is family day with well behaved children welcome until 7pm and jazz, folk and pop music on the stage. For those looking for a child free night out with a helping of live rock music then the Friday evening session would fit the bill.

To get your tickets for the return of the festival click the button below.

Opening times and more

We are pleased to confirm that the opening times for the Chorlton Beer Festival 2022 will be:

  • Thursday 7th July: 6pm – 10.30pm
  • Friday 8th July: 6pm – 10.30pm
  • Saturday 9th July: 1pm – 9.30pm*

Ticket prices have been held at 2019 levels – just £5 per day. The popular weekend ticket will also be back offering entry to all three days of the festival for the price of two. Keep an eye on this page for news of when tickets go on sale.

The first breweries and beers have been confirmed for the festival. We like to keep things local so the festival will be focussing on local breweries from Greater Manchester and surrounding counties. Keep an eye on our twitter, Facebook & Instagram pages for more announcements.

As ever Friday and Saturday will include live music for your entertainment – with no fewer than five acts being lined up for the weekend – news on who they are coming soon.