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The Eden Project's annual beer festival will return this Saturday evening, October 1, promising delicious food, fantastic live music as well as the best beer in Cornwall. If you are staying at our boutique hotel in Fowey, Cornwall, the Eden Project is not far to go for a cold pint!

enjoy a beer at Eden Beer Festival near our boutique hotel in Fowey, Cornwall

The festival, organised in partnership with St Austell Brewery will feature a great selection of speciality beers, ciders, and ales. Highlights will include Polgoon Cornish Pear Cider, St Austell Brewery's Big Job, Hanlons Brewery's Yellow Hammer Ale and Glamorgan Brewing Co.'s Thunderbird.

St Austell Brewery will also have their Eden-inspired Small Batch Brews available together for the first time, a perfect accompaniment to the live music appearing on Saturday.

Starting off the evening of music at 7pm is the Odd Folk, a quintet folk band who have two albums under their belt. Following their set is Winston's Awake, a Cornwall based blues rock band. The final music act of the evening starting at 9.30pm will be The Big Sets, a blues-and-funk band who have relocated to Newquay and will end the evening in style with their catchy tunes.

Tim Hardy from the Eden Live Team said: "We are excited for our fourth annual Beer Festival. As always we will have a great selection of beverages to try and brilliant bands for our visitors to enjoy."

Taking place on Saturday, October 1, the festival starts at 6pm and ends at midnight, with last orders for drinks at 11.30pm. An over-18s event only, tickets cost £12.50 and can be booked in advance, which also includes drink tokens and a commemorative pint glass.

Take a look at the information here, about the beers and ciders that will be available on Saturday, as well as the selection of food you can try if all the drinking makes you a little peckish - though you might not need it after dining at our award winning restaurant too!

Photo by: Neil Kennedy

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