Lab Culture will be exhibiting their range of eco and vegan-friendly craft beers at the upcoming Nottingham Craft Beer Week Festival.
Taking place between 8th-15th June, the festival will see brewers from up and down the country distributing their beers alongside a wealth of street food and live music and returns after a successful debut year in 2018 to the avenues of Sneinton Market.
Michael Capewell, Founder of Lab Culture, said “The return of Nottingham Craft Beer Week Festival represents how rapidly the craft beer scene in the UK is growing as it continues to go from strength to strength.
“Nottingham is a well-renowned city for craft beer with great pubs, breweries and beer lovers from all around the region.
“It will be a delight to be amongst some fantastic brands and local producers as well have the opportunity to chat with customers about what they love about Lab Culture brews.”
The event provides an opportunity to ‘meet the brewer’ with Lab Culture chief brewer Bert Roelants available to chat to members of the public on the Thursday and Friday of the festival.
As well as this, the event will also see Lab Culture take part in a Tap Takeover with Nottingham local pub The Kean’s Head.
Michael continued, “The Kean’s has been at the forefront of Nottingham’s craft beer scene for many years, with the pub offering a ground-breaking selection of bottled beers from all over the world.
“We’re delighted to be hosting their beers at Nottingham Craft Beer Week Festival alongside our very own delicious brews.”
To find out more about the festival, please visit https://www.nottinghamcraftbeer.co.uk/festival/.
To find out more on the Kings Head Pub, visit https://www.castlerockbrewery.co.uk/pubs/keans-head/.