This years’ CPFC Beer Festival is on course to be the biggest and best ever, with more than 150 beers and ciders chosen from around the world, including a host of award winning ales.
With more diverse music – including an unsigned band stage – greater access across the three floors, and one or two special surprises, the 2013 CPFC Beer Festival is establishing itself as one of the leading festivals in the South.
The third annual Beer Festival takes place on Saturday 1st June from 12pm – 7pm.
Head of Catering at Crystal Palace, Nino Raisys, said: “Now that we have had a couple of years putting the festival together, we can use our experience to invite new brewers to the table and there has certainly been a huge interest in craft beer over the last two years. We are also looking to source a number of superb bottled beers from around the world, from the current leaders in craft brewing notably from the USA , Asia and Europe.
“The London Brewers Alliance have been instrumental in helping us to invite some amazing new and talented brewers from South London and beyond, and we have had to revise our beer list a number of times – in the last four months there have been at least four new brewers set up in South London alone.”
Further exciting announcements on this year's CPFC Beer Festival will appear on the website soon.
It will cover all three floors of the Holmesdale Road Stand here at Selhurst Park. Tickets are £6 in advance (£12 on the day) and the entry price includes a free commemorative pint glass.
Tickets are selling fast and the event is expected to sell out. Tickets are on sale now via the box office online, or you can call 08712 000071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org