Just because your diet is free from meat, fish and dairy, it doesn't mean you can't have a good time, right? This Saturday August 15, Birmingham's Two Towers Brewery plans to prove that those who shun carnivorous ways still know how to party at the first ever Brum Vegan Beer & Food Festival.
Held at its brewery on Mott Street, Two Towers will be joined by a number of other companies with vegan-friendly beers for you to try.
Amongst others, the beers on offer include Meat is Murder and Telstar from Rock 'n' Roll Brewery, Stroud Organic Ale from Stroud Brewery, Ginger Stout from Angel Ales, Carbon Black IPA from Fixed Wheel Brewery, and Inspired Pale Ale from Twisted Barrel Brewery.
As can be expected, Two Towers will have the most to enjoy, with Chamberlain Pale Ale, Complete Muppetry, Electric Ale, Hockley Gold and Smith and Pepper available to drink.
To soak up some of the booze, festival goers will be able to enjoy food from award winning vegan caterers Change Kitchen and Digbeth's Warehouse Cafe, available at what promises to be very reasonable prices.
Click here to register and secure a place at the festival. Tickets will cost £5 on the door, but that will be exchanged for tokens that you can use to choose four halves of ale from any of the brewers in attendance.
Brum Vegan Food & Drink Festival, Saturday August 15, 11am-10pm. Two Towers Brewery, 51 Mott Street, Birmingham, B19 3HE. Tickets £5.
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