Tramlines have partnered with Thornbridge Brewery for this year’s iconic Sheffield festival. ‘The Thornbridge Tap’ will be a part of the legendary event for the first time in the festival’s history.
Tramlines is the biggest party Sheffield’s ever seen. Over the weekend of 19-21st July, there’ll be an amazing line-up with more than 70 artists across four stages, comedy, a pop-up cinema, an expanded family area and a food and drink line up.
Thornbridge have always championed Tramlines, from their involvement in the very first festival to brewing the very first Tramlines ale and are delighted to be continuing in their relationship with the festival.
The Thornbridge Tap will be the only independent craft beer bar on-site, pouring favourites such as Jaipur, Green Mountain and Tzara as well as brand new beer Zesty, a tangerine summer wheat ale. Thornbridge will also have their popular low alcohol beer Big Easy and Gluten-Free Satzuma available over the weekend.
Underlining Tramlines promise to ‘champion local’ Thornbridge brew their beer just 20 miles from the festival site and operate 8 pubs in Sheffield. Thornbridge will also be offering an exclusive discount to all Tramlines ticket holders.
Simon Webster, Owner and Co-Founder of Thornbridge Brewery said: “The opportunity to have our beers pouring at Tramlines is absolutely fantastic. We have a big presence in Sheffield and love the city and the festival is an integral part of the Sheffield landscape. We believe we share the same outlook as the festival organisers and we want to deliver a top-quality product and experience. We’re looking forward to unveiling the Thornbridge Tap and being involved in such a legendary festival.”
Final Tier tickets are still available for Tramlines and are on sale now.
Image credit: Giles Smith / Fanatic & Tramlines
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