Fancy a late-summer beer festival in Oxford featuring fantastic breweries from around the UK? And on a bank holiday weekend? Thought so!
Tap Social Movement is proud to host the Change is Brewing Beer Fest on Sunday, 28 August, from 12pm – 11pm at the Tap Social Taproom in Botley.
Enjoy beer from an incredibly diverse collection of breweries, many of them for the very first time.
They include Tap Social Movement (Oxford) – a special small-batch Tap Social Movement x Pellicle collaboration beer will be exclusively debuted at the festival, Cloudwater Brew Co (Manchester), Wild Beer Co (Somerset), Goodh Brewing Co (Cornwall), Attic Brew Co (Birmingham), Dig Brew Co (Birmingham), North Brewing Co (Leeds), Wild Card Brewery (London), Queer Brewing (London), Pretty Decent Beer Co (London), Rock Leopard Brewing (London), London Beer Factory (London), Orbit Beers (London) and BRULO (Edinburgh)
All breweries will be pouring their own beers all day long, so it’s a great opportunity to come down and meet them in person and learn what they’re all about!
Beyond great beers, Tap Social has organised a stellar lineup of live music, DJs, and street food vendors throughout the day, plus live podcasting, curated panel discussions, and more led by Pellicle Magazine, the award-winning magazine and podcast devoted to beer, wine, cider, food, and travel.
Pellicle‘s Matthew Curtis can’t wait: “We are super excited to be heading to Change is Brewing to celebrate our passion for all things beer, wine and cider related and finding ways to get people more excited about, and interested in, the beer they’re drinking. We’ll be hosting live panel discussions as well as a beer tasting. We can’t wait!”
More food vendors are currently being confirmed but The Woozy Pig‘s all singing, all dancing airstream style food truck will definitely be at the festival, as will Cranston Pickles, and La Cookaracha throughout the day, .
Tap Social’s Tess Taylor says: “We are so stoked about the range of diverse, innovative breweries from all across the UK joining us at Change is Brewing.
“Many of these breweries are not readily available in and around Oxford, so it’s a great chance to try loads of fresh and fantastic beers one likely wouldn’t otherwise find locally.
“As for Tap Social, we’ll be pouring some fun collab and small-batch beers and are all really looking forward to welcoming travelling beer lovers to Oxford, and seeing lots of familiar faces from our community.”
Tickets are just £10 and inclusive of a festival glass and half pint of Tap Social beer. Book here: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/550062