The Trowbridge Beer and Cider Festival is sure to draw the crowds

UP to 60 regional beers and ciders, plus street food and live music will be on offer at the Trowbridge Craft Beer and Cider Festival next month.

The festival is once again hosted by Innox Mills in the former Bowyers factory on Stallard Street, from Friday August 27 to Sunday August 30.

DeCanter Mobile Bar will offer a range of alcoholic beverages including gins and wines, as well as a selection of non-alcoholic drinks to keep no one thirsty.

Against the backdrop of the historic buildings of Innox Mills, the festival will take place in the courtyard that will become the Innox neighborhood once development is complete.

Street food and live music will also be on the menu throughout the day and evening sessions to keep the atmosphere fun.

The festival is part of the site owners’ plans to foster a dynamic new neighborhood for the development of Innox Mills. Food, drink and entertainment will play a big part at Innox Mills, where 300 new homes are planned.

Jonathan Dean, Manager of Innox Mills, said: “Whether it’s meeting up with friends during the day or enjoying the festival atmosphere in the evening, we hope the Craft Beer and Cider Festival gives the people of Trowbridge and surroundings the opportunity to sample what is to come to Innox Mills, while sampling some of the best independent beers, ales and ciders in the area as well as some of the local musical talent the area has to offer.

“We even have tasting notes on all the drinks available to help our visitors choose what they would like to try and get the most out of the experience.”

Sponsors for the event include Hills Waste Solutions and local company WebCreationUK.

Leon Millard, Managing Director of WebCreationUK, said: “It is inspiring to work alongside another group of like-minded people seeking to be a part of the ongoing movement in Trowbridge and the surrounding area.

“As one of the region’s leading employers, it’s great to know that our team have amazing experiences right on their doorstep, such as the Trowbridge Beer and Cider Festival. ”

Neil Robbins, Sales Manager at Hills Waste Solutions added, “Hills Waste Solutions is proud to sponsor the Trowbridge Craft Beer and Cider Festival this year. After such an eventful time for so many people because of Covid-19, it is great to see this event happening. ”

The festival is the latest event to be held at Innox Mills, featuring a car show, a popular drive-in cinema, a blockbuster Christmas market and the year-old Innox Market which has proven popular with visitors to the city ​​and region.

An event strictly reserved for over 18s, there will be eight sessions over four days during the bank holiday weekend. The first sessions will take place every day from 11:30 am to 4:00 pm, the last sessions from 6:00 pm to 10:30 pm.

Tickets cost £ 12.50, including two beer tokens, and can be purchased at and via Ticket Source.

All local brewers who are not already involved should contact [email protected] to find out more.

For more information on the development of Innox Mills and future events visit:

Facebook: @InnoxMills Instagram: @innoxmills Twitter: @InnoxMills

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