NWAF 2013

Address: The Roundhouse, Pride Park, Derby, DE24 8JE

Dates

Wednesday 17th February 2016 - Saturday 20th February 2016

Admission


 
Weds 17th Feb
Thurs 18th Feb
Friday 19th Feb
Sat 20th Feb
 
Open 4pm
11am – 5pm
5pm -11pm
11am – 5pm
5pm -11pm
11am – 5pm
5pm -11pm
Admission
 
£3.00
 
£2.00
 
£5.00
 
£3.00
 
£6.00
 
£3.00
 
£6.00
Card carrying CAMRA Members
 
FREE
 
FREE
 
£2.00
 
FREE
 
£2.00
 
£2.00
 
£2.00
OAP’s
 
£3.00
 
FREE
 
£5.00
 
FREE
 
£6.00
 
£3.00
 
£6.00
Aged 18 - 25
 
£3.00
 
FREE
 
£5.00
 
FREE
 
£6.00
 
£3.00
 
£6.00
 

There are no advance tickets as this is a "pay on admission" event.

The price displayed on entry to the festival is admission price plus £3 glass hire which is refundable (on return of glass with no chips or damage) e.g. on Friday at 7pm £9 will be displayed (which is £6 admission plus £3 glass hire).

Limited edition souvenier glasses are available in a selection of oversized half and full pint sizes, both of which are marked at one third measures.

If you are not currently a CAMRA member and would like to find out more about the benefits that becoming a member provides then click here.

Well behaved and supervised under 18s are welcomed at National Winter Ales Festival until 19.00 each evening. All under 18's must leave the Festival by 19.00. Thank you for your cooperation with this licencing requirement.

The Venue

2015 saw CAMRA’s National Winter Ales Festival held at Derby for the second year running.

It's a beautiful and magnificent series of truly iconic buildings that have a world-renowned status in railway history. The Roundhouse is the World’s Oldest Roundhouse built in 1839, following £48 million renovation, it has been returned to its former glory with original features restored and complemented by dazzling new artworks. This stunning Grade II* listed building opened its doors in late 2009 and has already played host to a wide range of prestigious corporate events. It was originally developed in 1839 by four rival rail companies, including North Midland Railway (NMR) for whom George Stephenson and his son Robert were engineers.

Located in the Midlands, Derby is excellently placed to receive real ale from all around the country thereby ensuring there is a good selection of different Brewery’s beers from all over the UK.

‘The Roundhouse’, being circular, will have stillage all around it, serving real ale, cider, perry, continental beer and mead. There is a corridor leading to another stillaged area known as ‘The Carriage Shop Theatre’ which will include the Champion Winter Beer of Britain beers to be judged in the 4 style categories. A range of fantastic live bands will be entertaining us in an additional marquee. Overall the capacity for the venue is 2,500.

No dogs except guide dogs.