The 36th edition of the Farsons Beer Festival returns on the 22nd till the 31st July at Ta’ Qali National Park, with a stellar line-up of musicians, artists and bands, accompanied by the most extensive selection of award-winning local and international beers the festival has ever offered.
Malta’s most popular open air summer festival will be running for ten days, and will be featuring over 50 beer and cider brands and variants, 30 bars and food stalls, with over 70 beer draught installations, and a record number of 60 music acts across 3 stages.
Some of the new specialty beers available will include Leffe and Hoegaarden from Belgium, Baladin’s hand crafted beers from Italy, Hobgoblin from Wychwood Brewery and Iron Maiden’s Trooper – the legendary heavy metal band’s very own beer, brewed by Robinson’s brewery in the UK. A wider selection of specialty beers from the prestigious St Austell’s Brewery from Cornwall will also be on offer.
Alongside these international specialty beers, the festival will also supply Farsons’ own range of classic ales and its Cisk range of notorious beers, including the recently launched Cisk Pilsner, available from the new Cisk Specials Bar in the Rock Area. Other international brands include Carlsberg, Budweiser, Corona Extra, Beck’s, Guinness, John Smith’s, Kilkenny Irish Cream, Newcastle Brown Ale, as well as a number of ciders.
The Farsons Beer Festival is sponsored by Vodafone, who have lots of surprises prepared for visitors. The Vodafone stand will feature a huge Wheel of Fortune, where every spin is a win. Apart from a vast range of fantastic gadgets, visitors will also be given the opportunity to win a holiday package to Europe, with flight and accommodation included.
The Festival is also supported by GasanZammit Motors, Krea Malta, Malta Tourism Authority and Vibe FM, who will be hosting the Rock Stage.
Doors open at 7.30pm every night and entrance is free. There is ample free parking available. For information, visit the Farsons Beer Festival website.