About the Festival

Held in the 14th Century St Andrews Church, Sutton Beer Festival started in 2008.So far there have been twelve summer festivals and five winter festivals.

The 1st spring festival will take place this year from 13 to 14 March.

New beers and ciders will be available and the usual array of chili, stew, sausage rolls and pork pies will also be on sale each evening. Saturday afternoon's family session will have a bouncy castle and soft play for the under 5s.

Entry to Friday's & Saturday's evening sessions is £3.00 with half-price concessions for designated drivers.

Festival glasses will be on sale at £2 each.

They were new for 2019 and we are pleased to continue selling Ely Gin at the festival. Various flavours of gin and assrtoed mixers will be available for you to taste.

All profits go to St Andrew's Church. We've raised around £26,000 through the last few years' festivals and hope to build on that once again. Thank you for your continued support!

Opening Hours

6:00pm to 11:00pm

6:00pm to 11:00pm

12:00pm to 5:00pm Family Session

5:00pm to 11:00pm

Drinks list

Cask Ales

Black Hole Brewery - Starry Night(4.4%)
Colchester Brewery - Day of the Triffids(4.1%)
Downham Isle Brewery - Duneham Porter(6.5%)
Downham Isle Brewery - Moturiki Blowhole Pale Ale(5.9%)
Ivo Brewery - She Keeps It Nice (APA)(4.5%)
Little Eaton Brewery - Bates Pale(3.8%)
Mr Grundy's Brewery - Sniper(4.6%)
Papworth Brewery - Crystal Ship(4.1%)
Papworth Brewery - Mad Jack(3.8%)
Papworth Brewery - Mild Thing(3.5%)
Slaters Brewery - Premium Best Bitter(4.4%)
Three Blind Mice Brewery - Simple Stout(5.0%)


Spinney Abbey - Monk & Disorderly(5.6%)
Spinney Abbey - Rhubarb(4.0%)
Thirsty Farmer - Blackcurrant(4.0%)
Thirsty Farmer - Vintage Still(6.5%)
Aspall - Mulled Cyder(3.8%)

Ely Gin Company

Flavours to be vonfirmed, a range of mixers will be available to accompany the gins

Wine will also be available



Live Music from 8pm each night



Get in touch

Email - Phil Bambrick

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