The Norwich Beer Festival is going city-wide in 2024 amid the major revamp of its historic home.

With The Halls shut until spring 2025, the Norwich & District CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) branch has adapted the annual event for this year only. 

It will instead feature a line-up of exciting events and activities spread across the city from October 24 to November 3 2024.

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Expect beer tastings, live music, coach trips and more, with venues such as The Beehive, The Brickmakers and Redwell Brewery already on board. 

The Brickmakers in Sprowston Road Picture: Denise BradleyThe Brickmakers in Sprowston Road Picture: Denise Bradley (Image: Archant)

There will also be a World Beer pop-up at Castle Social in the Castle Quarter from October 31 to November 3, with bottled beers from around the globe. 

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Lucy Cousins, 2024 coordinator and CAMRA branch vice-chair, said: "It is Norwich Beer Festival, but not as you know it.

"This year, we have had to be creative while our beloved venue is refurbished and we have had some fun with it."

Norwich Beer Festival will support causes such as The BUILD Charity and Headway Norfolk & Waveney and there will be perks for CAMRA members. 

Interested pubs and breweries can email