Four-day event is biggest in Scotland
There are just a few days to go till the doors open on this year’s Paisley Beer Festival.
It’s the biggest beer festival in Scotland and it kicks off at 5pm on Wednesday, April 25, at Paisley Town Hall and runs for four days.
Organised and staffed entirely by an army of dedicated volunteers, the festival is always popular with thousands of punters going along every year, keen to try a wide range of real ales.
This is the 31st festival and there will be more than 250 beers from breweries across Scotland and the rest of the UK. If real ale isn’t for you, there is a foreign beer bar as well as real cider and a wine bar.
Anyone looking for food can enjoy a selection of crepes, bratwurst, scotch eggs and sausage rolls.
The festival takes place in Paisley Town Hall but,as this is scheduled Ale) but you don’t have to be one to get involved. Anyone interested can contact organisers via their Facebook page at facebook.com/ paisleybeerfestival
Entry to the beer festival is £6 (£4 for CAMRA members) and can be paid at the door only. Ticket price includes a festival glass and festival beer guide. Bring your glass back for free re- entry on subsequent sessions.
The festival is open from Wednesday, April 25 from 5pm till 11pm; Thursday, April 26, from noon to 11pm; Friday, April 27, from noon till midnight, and on Saturday, April 28, from noon till 10pm.
For more information, visit www. paisleybeerfestival.co.uk
Bar’s open Karen Moore and Tony Baregi are organising this year’s event