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European Brew ‘n’ Q BBQ competition – 27th/28th May @National Brewery Centre

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ROLL OVER REAL MADRID AND JUVENTUS, THE ‘CHAMPIONS LEAGUE OF BBQ’ IS HERE!

European Brew ‘n’ Q BBQ competition to take place at National Brewery Centre from
27-28 May 2017

The football superstars of Real Madrid and Juventus, finalists in this season’s UEFA Champions League, can take a back seat as the competition for the ‘Champions League of BBQ’ takes place from 27-28 May 2017 at the National Brewery Centre in Burton on Trent.

The Brew ‘n’ Q low ‘n’ slow BBQ competition will be the UK’s largest competitive BBQ event where invited teams from all over Europe will go head to head to be crowned Grand Champion. There will be 35 teams from 10 different countries and 12 master judges.

In addition to the fierce BBQ competition, visitors to the National Brewery Centre that weekend will also be able to browse trade stalls with everything they need to cook like the pros, sample food, watch cooking demonstrations and judge the contestants in ‘The People’s Choice Award’.

There will also be locally brewed ales, live music from singer songwriter, Nick Aslam and the Silcon Taxis 4-piece soul, funk and rock ‘n roll band, plus entertainment, pony rides, a craft and colouring room, Dippy the Clown, interactive games and free day-time entry to the historic museum.

The Brew ‘n’ Q weekend takes place on Saturday 27 May from 11am – 5pm and on Sunday 28 May from 11am – 5pm. Day tickets are priced at £6 adult, £3 child, £15 family of four, and from 7pm –11.30pm on Saturday, entry is £6 (including live bands). All tickets can be booked at http://nationalbrewerycentre.co.uk/events/the-champions-league-of-bbq-27th-28th-may–436 or by calling 01283 532880.

David Edwards, General Manager of the National Brewery Centre said: “We’re delighted to host the Brew ‘n’ Q weekend where we expect some intense competition from Europe’s elite BBQ teams. With all of this, plus the entertainment on offer, it should be a fantastic summer weekend for visitors to the National Brewery Centre.”

 

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