As the West Midlands is a region built on the trade and innovation of the industrial revolution, 2020’s festival will be themed “A Festival of a Thousand Trades”, celebrating industry, diversity, and creativity throughout time. This theme will define the drinks on offer, which will include a range of spirits and non-alcoholic options to accompany over 400 beers, ciders and perries that will represent the region, the wider United Kingdom, and beyond.

Beer, Cider & Perry Lists

We’re bringing you over 400 beers, ciders and perries for “A Festival of a Thousand Trades”, celebrating the West Midlands’ industry, diversity, and creativity throughout time. Don’t forget we’ll also have a gin bar if you fancy a break from beer!

Take a look at what’s on offer: –

Beer List 🍻

Keykeg Beer List 🍺

Cider & Perry List 🍎🍐

International Beer Bottles 🌎

Brewery Bars List 🏭

Gin, Wine and Prosecco 🥂

Brewery Bars

Thornbridge Brewery

The Thornbridge story began back in 2005 when the founders Jim Harrison and Simon Webster recruited two young brewers to brew on a second hand 10-barrel kit in the grounds of Thornbridge Hall. In mid-2005 Jaipur was born. A 5.9% IPA packed with American hops and like nothing else in the beer industry at that time. Following an array of awards and national recognition, Jaipur catapulted Thornbridge into the spotlight.

Thornbridge have always brewed the finest quality beer with a passion. We recognise that not only quality but consistency and innovation are key to creating amazing and beautifully balanced beer. Consistently pushing boundaries whilst respecting the important traditions of ‘Crafting’ beer help us to create an award winning range of beers loved by our customers all over the world.

Froth Blowers Brewing Co.

Froth Blowers Brewing Co. is an independent family-run brewery situated in Erdington, Birmingham. The brewery is associated with The Ancient Order Of Froth Blowers charity (1924 – 1931)


Piffle Snonker 3.8% (session pale ale)
Jolly Brewer 4.3% (golden, dbl NZ hopped)
OPA 5.7% (malty, winter-warmer)
Shepherds Warning 4.9% (Red IPA)
Templer 4.4% (best bitter)
Cloudburst Porter 4.6%

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Davenports Brewery

Davenports Brewery began in the great city of Birmingham in 1829, our award-winning range of revival cask beers harks back to some of the
original secret brews.

All our beers are brewed in our own artisan craft brewery. We use traditional recipes with modern brewing technology to produce our famous traditional beers.

9-13 February 2021

The New Bingley Hall, Birmingham, B18 5PP



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