1. In 2018 it’s £3 entry and £2 glass hire plus then you’ll need cash or card for drink tokens.  We are open Friday 27th April 4 – 11pm with live music from Sway and from 12 to 11pm on Saturday 28th April with live music about 5pm from Baxter and The Start headlining the evening session.
  2. Are we child friendly?
    • Under 12s are welcome up until 8pm when accompanied with an adult.  Children aged 12 and over are welcome up to closing time when accompanied with an adult.  There is no charge for children but you will need a ticket for them.
  3. Are we dog friendly?
    • Sure, if they’re kept on a lead at all times on site and under control.
  4. Are we wheelchair accessible?
    • Yes, the main site is and we have a wheelchair friendly portaloo available.  If you would like to attend any of the talks or tastings and have mobility issues please let us know as soon as possible so we can best accommodate you.
  5. Where is the Crewe Heritage Centre?
    • It’s in behind Tesco in Crewe, the full address is Vernon Way, Crewe, CW1 2DB.
  6. Is there parking available?
    • There is limited parking available at the Crewe Heritage Centre.  The best place to park is near Offbeat Brewery on Thomas Street, Crewe, CW1 2BD where there is unlimited free parking.
  7. How are the transport links?
    • Crewe is at the heart of the train network.  It’s approximately a 10 – 15 minute walk from the station to the Crewe Heritage Centre or there are usually taxis waiting outside the station.  The main bus station is a short walk across the town centre.
  8. Why are you running Berries, Beans & Beer?
    • With experience of running numerous events between us and alcohol related businesses we thought this would really add something different to the social calendar in Crewe.  With various connections between the two breweries, Otter’s Tears, the HasBean coffee guys and Rodney Densem Wines, its made for great working relationships to bring in other partners for catering and tastings.  We hope you love Berries, Beans & Beer, there’s a lot of work gone in to making it happen and hopefully see it return year on year.
  9. Why is there no cask beer?
    • There are a number of reasons for this but one of the main ones is craft keg is growing in increasing popularity, some beer styles work better served this way and we trust the brewers and their skills with how they want their beer on the bar.  The local CAMRA group  run a cask beer festival and there’s no point doing something with an identical format; we’re adding our own twist.