Oktoberfest in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury’s Quarry is the location for a celebration of all things beer this autumn, when Oktoberfest descends upon the town. Over the weekend of 6 to 8 October, you will find over 150 real ales, a Wye Valley 1985 Lager Bar, and also plenty of cider and perry to tickle your tastebuds. If you’re more of a spirit connoisseur, you can find heaven in the prosecco parlour, relax in the gin den, salsa in the rum shack or even learn a little mixology yourself. And there’s also plenty of locally produced food on hand to soak up the booze.

Organiser Beth Heath said, “We’ve also got an awesome line-up of the funniest people on the circuit so we promise you’ll leave smiling. If music is more your thing, the massive Battlefield Brewery Music stage will see some fantastic groups perform – and we’re even getting into the Bavarian spirit with an oompah band.
“Tickets are already moving fast so we’re advising people to book quickly at shropshireoktoberfest.co.uk!”

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