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Portrush Beer Fest

Portrush Town Hall, 1 Mark Street, Portrush, County Antrim, BT56 8DX
Crowds chatting while enjoying the range of beers
  • Crowds chatting while enjoying the range of beers
  • Broughgammon Farm stall offering  Farm to Fork  food

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Portrush Beer Fest is a celebration of local craft beer, bringing together some of the best breweries in Ireland.

This is the 5th Portrush Beer Fest to take place after a two year break due to Covid.

Held in Portrush Town Hall the festival promotes local craft beer, local distilleries and food producers.

Held in the intimate and beautiful venue of Portrush Townhall, admission is £10pp, pay at the door. When at capacity, a one in – one out system will be in operation.

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Opening Times

Season (7 Oct 2022)
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Friday17:00 - 22:00
Season (8 Oct 2022)
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Saturday13:00 - 22:00

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