A charming and historic Somerset village, Upton Noble was once a quiet spot — but no longer. In September, the beer festival comes to 'town' for the third year running. Last year’s fixture was a runaway success, and we know that the 2017 version will be too. We can guarantee that during the weekend of 1 - 2 September our charming and narrow streets will pulse to the sound of tasteful music; you will hear the hum and chatter of people having fun and feel the aura of enjoyment as quality local beers and ciders are consumed.
So what can you expect?
Friday night is our excellent 'Pub Night'. Entry is free but limited to just 250 attendees. There will be music from a great local band and popular DJ — watch this space for further announcements — plus a chance for a preview of all the beers and ciders on offer, including our own Uptonogood Cider.
Saturday sees the festival come fully to life with a day of family activities, a range of local food traders, a fully stocked bar, live music stage with dancing until 1am and much more.
And if you are worried that your children will be bored — don’t be. There is a raft of entertainment for the younger generation, including a bouncy castle, crafts tent, circus skills, stalls and village fête style activities, giving the adults plenty of opportunity to soak up the atmosphere while the children play.
So come along to Upton Noble and enjoy what’s on offer at this unique festival. Whether its tasting fine ales, listening to a great range of music, eating great local food, soaking up the sun while the kids play happily or just spending some quality time with friends and family, there’s no better setting this September. This is a small village with big ideas (as seen in Somerset Life), we know that our 2017 beer festival is going to be epic.
And if you don’t believe us, here’s what one party-goer said last year: "I can’t believe that you’ve staged such a fabulous party here. We’ve had the most brilliant fun and can’t wait to come back again."
TRY OUR UPTONOGOOD CIDER
Upton Noble has launched its own brand cider. You can now purchase it at local pubs or by delivery if you’re in the area. Find out more