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Food / December 8, 2020

Fidelity Beer Festival to return in 2021

Photo: Fidelity Festival
Food / December 8, 2020

Fidelity Beer Festival to return in 2021

Words: Katie Gartland

The Festival, created by Whiplash and Big Romance will be back in July.

Fidelity Beer Festival is set to return to the Mansion House on July 16 and 17 2021. Established by Whiplash and the Big Romance, Fidelity brings a range delicious beers together for testing.

Following a break for 2020, the Festival will return for its second year. It welcomes breweries from across the world, some are coming to Ireland for the first time.

The Festival ticket covers all costs within the two-day beer testing weekend. After collecting a special tasting glass at the door, guests can sample all sorts of local and international beers. Whiplash is set to include some of their limited-editions brews- very exciting!

Grab your tickets here.