Propyard, the Bristol site, will host a new two-day beer, food and music festival


A brand new festival of local beer, food and music has been announced for St Philips Propyard.

The two-day event over Easter will showcase the best of Bristol’s brewing talent, alongside street food and music from some of the city’s top DJs.

Called Hopyard, the Feeder Road festival will feature beers from 12 local breweries.

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The impressive selection will include a wide range of craft beers from local breweries Wiper & True, Fierce & Noble, Lost & Grounded, Newtown Park Brewing Co, Left Handed Giant, New Bristol Brewery, Harbor Ales, Bristol Beer Factory, Tapestry, Good Chemistry and the Moor Brewery.

Music will be curated by Maxxi Soundsystem & Friends and street food will include sourdough pizzas from Pizzarova, Palestinian-inspired dishes from Jafra Kitchen and Hawaiian poké bowls from award-winning Cargo company Loki Poké.



The new Hopyard event will feature beers from 12 local breweries

With a variety of ticket pricing options available, people will be able to pre-pay for all of their beer and food in advance, then sample what’s on offer with the brewers in each taproom chatting with guests at through their creations in the courtyard of Propyard.

There will be plenty of covered seating under the festival’s expandable tents, as well as the Crane Room open late into the evening to keep the party going.

The event will be the first Hopyard at the Feeder Road venue and will take place April 14-15.

Day and evening tickets cost between £45 and £78 plus booking fees, and are now on sale here.

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