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October Beer Events in Wales

After an exciting September packed full of beer events, October just gets better! Here’s a list of upcoming beer events in Wales this month. If you have something we should add, just drop us a comment:

 

October 4 – Small Bar Cardiff’s first birthday

A selection of special beers from the likes of Firestone Walker, Wild Beer co. and To Øl.

 

October 4 – Tiny Rebel tap takeover at The Pen & Wig, Cardiff

Excellent Newport brewers will be holding a tap takeover at the popular Cardiff pub.

 

October 6/7 – Small Bar Cardiff – Track Brewing tap-takeover

A great selection of beers will be available from Manchester brewers Track Brewing, ranging from an imperial stout to a sour pale. Two brewers from the company will be around to chat with punters and answer questions.

 

October 6/7/8 – Carmarthen Beer Festival

40 real ales, with many great Welsh breweries on show hosted at St Peter’s Civic Hall, Nott Square, Carmarthen.

 

October 6, 13, 20 & 27 – Oktobeerfest at PIPES Brewery

4pm to 7pm every Friday through October, featuring a range of German-inspired beers including Bavarian Wheat beer, Smoked Lager, Kolsch and others.

 

October 7 – PIPES Brewery Bar Open event

Come down to PIPES Brewery between 12pm and 10pm to try some of their great beers – including two seasonal new releases.

 

October 7 – Snowdonia Real Ale Trail

A fantastic bus-based trail through the stunning Snowdonia National Park, taking in a range of great local pubs including the Australia in Porthmadog – brewery tap of Purple Moose Brewing.

 

October 7 – Street Food Saturday at Tomos a Lilford Brewery

Showcasing a unique Welsh Green Hopped Beer, brewed with local hops. Food provided by Bearded Taco, with bar open from 1pm.

 

October 11 – Wetherspoons in Shotton Flintshire

A meet the brewer event with Brains – time TBC.

 

October 12 – St Canna’s Alehouse -Tap takeover with Lines Brewery

Kicking off at 7pm at Cardiff’s only micropub, the brilliant Lines Brewery from Caerphilly will be showcasing some of their excellent produce, with staff on-hand from the brewery to answer questions.

 

October 11 to 14 – Chapter Art Centre’s Oktoberfest 2017

Opening hours are 5pm to 11pm on Wed and Thurs, 4pm to 12.30am on Friday and 12pm to 12am on Saturday. Four days of kolchs, schwarzbiers and weissbiers – what more could you want?

 

October 20 to 22 – Brewdog Cardiff’s Collabfest 2017

Brewdog Cardiff has joined forces with a local brewery to produce a special one of a kind beer – brewery to be announced shortly.

 

October 21 – Wrexham Real Ale Trail

A bus-based tour around Wrexham and its surrounding areas, taking in many great pubs in and around this renowned brewing town.

 

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