For the Beer Quarter idea, some of the local landlords of establishments in this area have decided to come together to draw on the Liverpudlian sense of community to form the ‘Beer Quarter’ and host a weekend of events to try and bring attention and excitement to the area of the city again.
The Beer Quarter celebrations will be taking place over the weekend of the 23rd to the 25th September with all the participating pubs running a series of events over the course of the weekend including beer launches, live music, tastings, comedy, pub games, meet the brewer events and special food offerings amongst other festivities.
The pubs taking part in the event are:
- The Ship and Mitre
- The Excelsior
- The Dead Crafty Beer Company
- The Angus Tap and Grind
- The Vernon Arms
- The Saddle
- The Denbigh Castle
- The Lion Tavern
- The Cross Keys
This event takes place in the middle of Cask Ale Week, more on that promotion is available on their website: caskaleweek.co.uk/. From the site: "Cask Ale Week is an annual celebration of Britain’s national drink – cask beer! It’s an opportunity for pubs and breweries to get involved and encourage their customers to try and promote real ale by organising events and activities throughout the week."
Given the Beer Quarter events are hosted in predominantly Cask orientated pubs, then this is a suitable opportunity to get involved in the event and enjoy a tremendous British tradition in the world of beer.
The full details of the events on show will be continually updated on our events page [http://www.liverpoolbeercollective.com/forthcoming-events.html] as and when we get details from the pubs and organisers. Stay tuned to the social media channels for each pub for updates on what they are doing during the Beer Quarter Festival.
We'll keep the events page ticking along as we get more events!