Bierfest to wow Bristol
PUBLISHED: 20:00 30 March 2016
Bristol is set to host its first ever German Bierfest, showcasing authentic German culture.
Millennium Square will be transformed into a ‘vintage German village’ for four days, when it will be open to people of all ages.
The village will include stalls with traditional food and drink, as well as various funfair games such as bull-riding, and a shooting hut.
As the name suggests, there will also be a range of beers on offer, including German favourites Bavarian Weißbier, Festbier and Craftbier which will be presented by German brewery Bavarian Festbeer.
There will also be a chance to get your hands on unique souvenirs, including for those with a sweet tooth, traditional German sweets.
And the festivities – which could become an annual event – will not just take place during the day, with live music planned for the evening, too, when a German band will perform in the 1,200-capacity Fest Tent.
Entrance is free into the German village and entrance to the Fest Tent is free on Thursday and Sunday, with tickets priced at £5 on Friday and Saturday – visitors are advised to book online in advance to avoid disappointment.
Tickets are available by calling 02032 395070 or at www.bristol.bierfest.co.uk/tickets