The Celtic Beer Festival returns to St Austell Brewery’s Victorian cellars for the first time since the pandemic on Saturday, November 25, from 11am to 11pm. 

From cask ales and stouts to craft beers, there will be over 100 delicious beers on offer, kindly donated by some of the best brewers in the South West, including Wiper & True, Harbour Brewing, Adnams, Mondo and Hook Norton.

There will also be food and musical entertainment throughout the day: The Fisherman’s Friends, who have partnered with St Austell Brewery for over a decade, will perform alongside other local bands including Morpheus, Guilty Pleasures, 3 Minute Warning, DM Street, Black Friday and The Stowes.  

Brewing director Georgina Young said: “Our Celtic Beer Festival has always been a popular event, so we hope people will be as excited as we are that it’s back. We can’t wait to welcome everybody to celebrate good beer, good music and good times together.” 

All profits from the event and ticket sales will be donated to St Austell Brewery’s Charitable Trust, which supports charities and good causes in communities throughout the South West.

"Since its launch in 1999, festival ticket sales have raised over £200,000 for charity, and the trust recently hit the milestone of raising more than £1-million since being established.