Manchester Beer and Cider Festival promotes tickets

August 12, 2018 by  

The Manchester Beer and Cider Festival has launched its range of tickets for next year’s event.

An affordable ticketing policy for the 2019 festival has recently been announced. The event will feature approximately 750 beverages. Some drinkers will have access to unlimited samples, but all festival-goers will be obliged to conform to licensing legislation with regard to the responsible consumption of alcohol. Poster printing from Manchester can add colour to events of all kinds.

General tickets may be purchased for £10 or less, while an all-inclusive entry ticket can be obtained for £40. The all-inclusive package gives somebody a souvenir glass. Small servings of beer and cider might enable enthusiasts to taste a wider range of drink than would otherwise be feasible. Adrian Saunders is the festival organiser and he told the Manchester Evening News:

“The MBCF Experience ticket is just the latest change, and we trust it will be the answer to those frustrated they haven’t been able to sample more of our many delights.”

All the team is proud of what it will deliver to the public. Traditional beers and modern alternatives will be made available. This interesting mix will reflect the diversity of the local brewing industry.

Although the event does not take place until late January, the regional branches of the Campaign for Real Ale have started work. The hope is that visitors from many different places should have a positive festival experience.

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