Beer has been a big part of culture in many countries around the world. Each country has typically celebrated particular brewing at certain times of the year. This generally corresponds to when beer is produced. Festivals are a great way to try new and unusual beers and learn more about beer. They're also a great way to meet brewers and other beer lovers. If you are interested in brewing your own homemade beer, you will be able to discover a lot about the different beers and the brewing processes.
The largest and most famous beer festival in the world is Oktoberfest, which is celebrated every year in Germany. The festival lasts for more than two weeks and celebrates a special vintage beer called Oktoberfest. Many countries around the world have adopted this special festival and many Germans around the world celebrate it. Large tents are set up with long tables and chairs. There are live bands performing on stage throughout the event.
In the United Kingdom, the Great British Beer Festival is held every year in August. Held in London, it is the UK's largest and most famous beer festival. It is organized by CAMRA, the Campaign for Ale Real. The format of British beer festivals is different from that of the German Oktoberfest. Beer kegs from different brewers are placed behind the rows of tables. Staff members serve beer from the kegs.
The United States hosts an annual event called the Great American Beer Festival (GABF). This three-day event takes place in late September in Denver, Colorado. Beer connoisseurs can try more than 1,600 different beers. Breweries are organized by country with booths offering one-ounce sample cups of their beer. The festival holds the Guinness World Record for most beers harvested from one location in 2005. Each year the festival grows in size.
You can get more information about a specific virtual beer festival in your area by searching online for the beer or beer organization in your country. They often promote their events by providing a calendar as well as information on trips to the area for the festival.