New Norwich Sound and Vision event celebrates craft beer
PUBLISHED: 18:05 09 October 2014 | UPDATED: 18:05 09 October 2014
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Cheers! New for this year’s Norwich Sound and Vision is a special Craft Beer Festival.
The event, being held at St Margaret’s Church in St Benedicts Street throughout NS+V, celebrates the best new craft beers from Norfolk and across the UK, from keg, cask and bottles.
NS+V director Adrian Cooke said: “Music and beer go together. What better way to enjoy a gig than drinking some lovely craft beer.
“We hope the Craft Beer Festival will be the first of many.”
Among the breweries taking part is Reedham-based Humpty Dumpty Brewery which has also created special “Sound” and “Vision” beers for the festival.
The two beers are also being sold at some of the other NS+V venues.
Norwich brewery Redwell is taking part in the Craft Beer Festival, as are Brewsters, Thornbridge, Firebrand, Signature, Boutique Bar Brands, Norfolk Square, and Golden Triangle.
And drinkers are also able to enjoy listening to live music performances as they savour their pints each evening from 6pm until 9pm.
• The Craft Beer Festival started today at St Margaret’s Church, in St Benedicts Street, and runs until Saturday. It is open from 12pm. Entry costs £4 (£2 with an NS+V wristband) and includes a branded glass.
• Follow @nsvbeerfest on Twitter
• Norwich Sound and Vision festival started today and runs until Saturday. Now in its fifth year, the festival features a packed line-up of all kinds of music across an array of city venues, along with lively debate and discussion with its music and media industries conference programme.
For more on all the NS+V events visit www.norwichsoundandvision.co.uk
Follow @nsoundandvision on Twitter