Llanbedr Beer Festival

About

The Llanbedr Beer Festival is a small, friendly event for lovers of locally brewed real ales and Welsh Cider.

This weekend of real ale (including local brews), live music and splendid Welsh hospitality is always popular. It all takes place in the village of Llanbedr on the banks of the Artro river, approximately seven miles north of Barmouth.

The event is held in the grounds of Ty Mawr Hotel and is run and organised entirely by local volunteers. Its sole purpose is to raise funds to help a range of local organisations and charities each year.

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

3 miles south of Harlech and 7 miles north of Barmouth on the A496.

Public Transport Directions

Accessible by Public Transport: Llanbedr train station - 1km  (15 min walk)

2023 - Possible Barmouth viaduct engineering works - please check before buying your train ticket.

Llanbedr Beer Festival

Type:Beer Festival

Llanbedr, Gwynedd, LL45 2LD

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Tel01341 280787

Opening Times

Event (13 Sept 2024 - 14 Sept 2024)

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