Birmingham Beer Festival TAPS Combines Craft Beer, Street Food And Live Music All Under One Roof
Award-winning street food collective Digbeth Dining Club have joined forces with London-born Beer Festival, Craft Beer Rising to launch TAPS, a festival combining craft beer, street food and live music all under one roof.
Following a hugely successful initial event back in September, the team behind the Birmingham Beer Festival TAPS are excited to announce the launch of their second event which will take place across three sessions from Friday 29th March – Saturday 30th March.
The festival will take place at The Custard Factory’s Market Hall in the heart of Digbeth, a versatile indoor space in the city’s creative quarter which see over 20 craft beer stalls, including Beavertown, Innis & Gunn and Tiny Rebel to name just a few.
A wide selection of gin, wine and cocktails will also be available from 40 St Pauls, Crushed and Cubed and Wine Freedom.
Some of Birmingham’s best street food from Digbeth Dining Club will also feature as pop-up stalls in the venue’s outdoor area, from popular vendors including Only Jerkin, Patty Freaks and Dick’s Smokehouse.
The marriage of specialist craft beer and popular street food will be complemented by live music across a number of genres, from well-known DJ Don Letts, Heavy Beat Brass Band, Sam Redmore and many more.
“We can’t wait to launch the second edition of TAPS! It’s so important for us to create an all-round experience for our attendees, we have brought together some of the best street food in Birmingham, specialist craft beer and music from some of the greatest in the industry to create a unique experience all under one roof!
Our last event was a huge success and we’re so excited for the people of Birmingham to join us on what will be an incredible two days!”, says Jack Brabant from Digbeth Dining Club.