24 – 26 August 2018 | St Laurence's Church, Norwich

Another beer festival eh? Wrong again – enter the Mash Up.

A 3 day showcase of some of the best brews in the country, by the
brewers themselves. Featuring an elite line-up of the most exciting
brewmasters of our region and beyond, this is your chance to crush a
few with the guys and gals that actually make the beers.

Come find out more about the breweries, the processes and the
stories behind what ends up in your keg, cask, bottle or can.
Plus a few surprises along the way.
Friday 24th - Sunday 26th
August 2018
St Laurence's Church,
St Benedict's Street, Norwich
10 breweries will be pouring the
freshest beer possible!
Session times
Evening session | 5.30pm – 10.30pm

Afternoon session | 11.30am – 3.30pm
Evening session | 5.30pm – 10.30pm

Afternoon session | 12.30pm – 4.30pm
Ticket info
Afternoon session tickets are £8 and evening session tickets are £10 when bought at the venue, but if you buy them online you'll save yourself a few £'s.

Your tickets get you entry to the festival, a kick ass limited edition glass and programme. That's a sweet deal. Once you are in you can buy your beer directly from the brewery stands, some will have card facilities but it's probably best to bring some cash.
Other info
No: Under 18's, dogs, drugs, weapons, brought in food, non-drinking tickets or heavy petting.

All beer will be available in both 1/3 and 1/2 pint measures.
Tickets are NON REFUNDABLE and cannot be exchanged for an alternate day.
Tickets may be available on the door, keep an eye on our social media for updates.
The brewery line up is subject to change, keep an eye on our social media for updates.
The venue is a historic church and not suitable for those that are in a wheelchair. If you need special assistance, reach out to us before buying a ticket and we'll see if we can help.
The breweries
Norwich Beer Mash up is all about these guys - and here they are. Our dream team, our sud-squad, our unusual suspects. Come and meet the brewers, learn more about the beer in your glass, ask some questions and try something new.
All Day Brewing
Salle | Norfolk
Based at Salle Moore Farm in North Norfolk, All Day Brewing utilise local ingredients in their beer. They grow their own hops, brew with the water from their own borehole and collect herbs and fruits from around the farm. Expect to taste some amazing farmhouse funky brews, perfect for the summer sun.
Three Blind Mice
Ely | Cambridgeshire
From Ely Cambridgeshire, these three brewers take their deep passion for contemporary beer styles and put their own twists on them to put out fresh new brews. Come and try their very first super smooth nitro beer, and look out for the winning beer from our Home-brew competition 2018 - very cool!
Harleston | Norfolk
Possibly the first local big brewery to push new and interesting brews such as 'Slate' - a stout that has been lagered for a clean and crisp taste. Grain pursue perfection in Alburgh, South Norfolk and will be treating us to a new beer or two at the fest!
Bexar County
Steve, the Texan who moved to Peterborough, England, to be at the front line of the UK's beer revolution. Bexar County never brews the same beer twice, constantly innovating to create something new. His cream tea mild won the peoples vote of best beer at Norwich Craft Beer Week 2017 super tasty on Cask and Keg.
One Mile End
Whitechapel | London
Yeah, ok, they're from Whitechapel, London. But they live in Norwich! Plus their beer is incredible and we have to have it. What One Mile End never forget is big fruity flavor, from Blood Orange IPA's to Cherry Gose these beers are perfect in the summer.
Ampersand Brew Co.
Bungay | Norfolk
Hmmm... how to remain impartial? Ampersand have been fast to light up the beer forums for their incredible beers. Brewing out of Bungay Suffolk, Ampersand produce the beers they want to drink, and you will too.
Nene Valley
Oundle | Peterborough
From Oundle, Nene are magicians putting big flavour into sessionable ABV. Fast becoming favourites in Norwich's pubs, Nene are bringing their core range and an incredible selection of big flavour beers for you to try.
Burnt Mill
Ipswich | Suffolk
Winners of RateBeer UK's best new brewer 2017, Burnt Mill is a new brewing project from Suffolk with an already established reputation for amazing beer and beer quality. Extremely flavoursome and well balanced beers that are taking the country by storm.
Mad Squirrel
Mad Squirrel have built a reputation as brewers of highly drinkable beers. They brew a core range, featuring cult favourites such as $UMO APA and Flying Squirrel Pilsner alongside limited editions & one off releases. Pouring in Norwich for the first time, no doubt they will bring something special to mark the occasion!
Elusive Brewing
Elusive Brewing creates beers with one eye on tradition and the other on taking things to the next level. Founded in 2016 by a home brewer who went on to win awards at national level, from our small brewery in Finchampstead, Berkshire we would like to share our game with you. Insert coin to play.
Fourpure Brewing Co.
Bermondsey | London
Beer is our passion and our travels are what inspire us to brew. Our approach to exceptional brewing is all about attention to detail and not cutting corners. In an age-old industry we aspire to constantly innovate, we are nimble and progressive yet strive to stay true to the principles of brewing – respecting the four core ingredients used to make beer: grain, yeast, hops and water. This was the inspiration for the name Fourpure.
Food at the fest
The amazing Jakey Le Bakey has hooked up with the equally brilliant Bala Chang to keep you going during the festival. Jake will be bringing his modern twist on French classics and the Bala Chang guys will be serving up some big flavours of Burmese food.
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