The Independent Manchester Beer Convention was held over the first weekend of October, 2012 in the stunning, and very unique, Victoria Baths in south Manchester.
The Great British Beer Festival (GBBF) is an annual 5 day festival that attracts beer fans from all over the UK and beyond.
Over 800 beers and ciders are available from breweries across the UK, Europe and the USA.
Held annually in Cardiff, Wales, the Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival was another big success with many of the 200 beers selling out by the end of the festival.
One of the newest Welsh breweries, Tiny Rebel from Newport, proved to be a big success selling out of beer twice.
The Worcester Beer Festival is a popular CAMRA organised event that is now in its 12th year.
The festival has been going from strength to strength each year and this year broke all records.
The Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival is the biggest beer festival in Wales and is held annually in the nation’s capital, Cardiff.
This year’s festival was the best yet with all beer, cider and perry being drank before the festival was due to officially end.
The 24th Swindon Beer Festival took place at the STEAM museum between the 4th and 6th of November.
With visitors up on last year, it was Swindon CAMRA’s best and biggest beer festival.
The Otley Oct-O-Bar Fest is an annual event organised by the Welsh brewery, Otley Brewing Co. This year the festival featured more than 60 ales and ciders from breweries around the UK.
The festival takes place in the three Otley Brewery-owned pubs in Pontypridd and Treforest, south Wales.
Held on the weekend of October 23rd, 2010, the New Inn Hotel in Gloucester held its first beer festival.
The festival featured around 20 beers from breweries from the Gloucester area as well as further afield.
Factoberfest is an annual event organised by the Bristol Beer Factory at the Tobacco Factory in Southville, Bristol.
In it’s fifth year, the event includes music, craft stalls, a BBQ and most importantly, a great selection of beer.
The last day of the Great American Beer Festival included a members only session and the very popular final session.
The members session is a more low key event that allows attendees to try more of the exclusive beers and the final session is a more rowdier event.