Lincoln Beer Festival 2022

Thursday 26th to Saturday 28th May 2022Festival logo

The Drill, Free School Lane, Lincoln LN1 2EY

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Welcome

Lincoln Beer Festival is a major event in the city’s social calendar, enjoyed by thousands of drinkers. In the comfortable surroundings of The Drill, you will find a choice of over 100 real ales from across the UK. There is also a selection of traditional, farm-produced cider and perry.
Mingle in the main hall with regulars and visitors to the city, or relax in the café bar and enjoy tasty food from Limelight, the in-house restaurant.
The festival is organised and staffed by local CAMRA volunteers.
Don’t miss out, it’s always a great party!

Festival Opening Times

  • Thursday 26th May —- Noon to 11 pm
  • Friday 27th May      —-  Noon to 11 pm
  • Saturday 28th May  —- Noon to 9 pm

Admission

Admission package £15
(includes beer tokens and £3 refundable glass deposit)

Bonus beer tokens for CAMRA members

Tickets

Pay on the door only. No tickets sold in advance.

Payment

Card payment preferred.

Venue

The Drill (formerly Lincoln Drill Hall) is on Free School Lane in central Lincoln. It is just a five-minute walk from the railway and bus stations, through the regenerated Cornhill Quarter.




Lincoln CAMRA thanks the following Sponsors of the Lincoln Beer Festival 2022

Small Beer John Roberts Architects
Globe Consultants Core Architects
Banks Long & Co Allen Archaeology Ltd
The Joiners Arms (Lincoln) Flexicomms
Carrot Cycles (Lincoln) Ltd The Ripon Arms – Nocton
Adam & Eve Tavern – Lincoln Sun Inn – Saxilby
Cheers Mobile Bars Ltd Timothy Taylor’s & Co. Ltd
Evolve Geo-Environmental Ltd Boss Group (Lincoln) Ltd
Framework Architects lk2 Architects
The Morning Star, Lincoln Lincoln Towbar & Mobility Centre
Poachers Brewery Taylor Lindsey Ltd
Dambusters Inn  

For sponsorship details please contact us.

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