Robin Hood returns to repeat Trent Bridge success

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Robin Hood returns to repeat Trent Bridge success

Nottingham CAMRA is bringing the Robin Hood Beer & Cider Festival back to Trent Bridge Cricket Ground this October (12-15) after a successful 2021 event at the venue.

Tickets are on sale now and the 2022 event will feature an expanded range of bars and barrels extending across additional concourse areas with extra seats available within the venue and new hospitality packages.

Festival-goers can secure their tickets at last year’s prices during the early-bird window, which runs until 31 August, with admission available from £10.

Opening hours and ticket prices are:

– Wednesday 12 October, 4pm-11pm, £10. Book now...

– Thursday 13 October, 11am-11pm, £10. Book now...

– Friday 14 October, 11am-11pm, £20. Book now...

– Saturday 15 October, 11am-11pm, £20. Book now...

“Trent Bridge proved to be the ideal partner for us last year and we couldn’t be more delighted to be returning to a venue which provides a real sense of occasion,” said Nottingham branch chairman Steve Westby.

“With more space available to our festival site this year, we look forward to providing an even more comprehensive list of beers, ciders and perries for guests to savour.

“From old favourites to newer creations, and with Nottingham’s most esteemed breweries standing shoulder-to-shoulder with choice ales from across the country, we’re building a drinks list of real breadth and depth, and we can’t wait to share it with our visitors.”

Visitors will also be able to put their questions to the experts in a Meet the Brewer Q&A session.

“For many, visiting a beer festival is about more than merely sampling some of the choice ales on offer. There’s a real desire to understand more about the roots of a drink and the tale of its creation,” said Nottinghamshire commercial director Michael Temple.

“The opportunity for our hospitality guests to gain insight from the brewers can only serve to deepen their experience.

“And while the festival will have all the hallmarks that have made it such a success at locations across the city, we want to make sure this has a uniquely Trent Bridge flavour too.

“Whether guests take tours of the nooks and crannies of our home or simply soak up the splendour of the ground from their seat, we feel our historic surroundings will complement the festivities on offer.”

More details can be found on the festival website

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