Frequently Asked Questions

There may be a limited number of tickets available for purchase on the gate, on a first come, first served basis for the Saturday sessions, the Friday evening session has sold out before the festival for the last few years, we recommend arriving early and we strongly recommend booking in advance, via the website.

Yes, we now have card readers to take your payments at the token desk and BBQ. Otherwise please ensure that you arrive with enough cash for your purchases eg beer tokens, food, t-shirts etc during the session. The nearest cash point machine is a 15 minute walk from our site.

Children under the age of 18 are welcome with adult ticket holders to our Saturday lunch time session, subject to capacity restrictions. Our evening sessions are over 18’s only. The organisers reserve the right to ask under 18’s to leave at any time, or restrict areas where children cannot go without notice.

Yes, the site is all on one level and we have a ramp to make the hall accessible to wheelchairs. We also have disabled toilet facilities.

Only guide/assistance dogs only are allowed in our hall due to the size of the venue, and the nature of the event. A limited number of well-behaved dogs on leads, are allowed in our external tented and open areas.

A BBQ ,cooking local butchers burgers and sausages, along with vegetarian options, and chips.

No. The terms of our license strictly prohibit alcohol being brought onto the site. Security checks will be made at the gate and all alcohol will be confiscated. We have a large selection of beers, ciders, wines and non-alcoholic beverages on sale.

We’ve got plenty of shelter, including a large marquee. We also have plenty of covered seating areas, so you will have no worries about the weather, rain or shine.

If you would like to be a sponsor of our beer festival, please see our sponsorship packages page on the web site

The entry charge covers our set up costs for the beer festival, along with the souvenir glasses and programs that are given to every attendee.

We do not get any of our beers or ciders given to us, we have to purchase them all at market rates. We do take barrel sponsorships, but the money this raises does not cover our purchase costs. We then have to factor in our beer and cider wastage costs at the end of the Festival, as this has to be accounted for. We try to keep our charges reasonable, despite rising costs from our suppliers.


All proceeds go towards the 2nd Cuddington (Rowe) Scout Group. Who are raising funds to update their internal toilets at Rowe Hall, which are used for our meetings every week.