Tuesday, 7 July 2009

Cardiff International Food and Drink Festival

Brew Wales will be heading down to Cardiff Bay again this Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the International Food and Drink Festival. The festival opens on Friday 10th July at 1200 until 2100 (same Saturday) and 1200-1900 Sunday. Amongst the cider producers there will be Gwynt Y Ddraig and Denis Gwatkin. Brew Wales has become an expert at propping up Mr Gwatkin's excellent bar over the years and may well be giving them a hand this year.
Also on Saturday and Sunday there will be Otley Beer tasting seminars in the Norwegian Church at 1.00pm / 2.00pm / 3.00pm / 4.00pm
Tickets: £4 - includes a 30 min talk. There will also be a Real Welsh Beer bar in the Main room of the church.
Brew Wales is seriously considering turning up to heckle the Otleys and ask them why they don't produce any bland beers. Rumour has it they are looking for another pub as they have run out of wall space to hang their awards they have won for their fantastic beers.

To get to Cardiff International Food & Drink Festival:

By Cardiff Bus:
From central station, numbers 1, 2, Bay Car (6), 7, 8, 11 and 35 serve Cardiff Bay. Day tickets for all Cardiff buses are £3.00 or it's £2.00 return on the Bay Car (Bendy Bus)

By Arriva Trains:
services run to and from Cardiff Bay to Cardiff Queen Street.

By Car:
Follow signs to Cardiff Bay or National Assembly of Wales

Cycle routes, maps and cycle parking sites are
available from the Tourist Information Centre and
the New Library.

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