The best Food and Drink Festivals in North Wales this September

North Wales is becoming a popular destination for its Michelin star restaurants and its food and drink festivals held throughout the year. If you are a food lover and are interested in a day out in North Wales this September, then look no further. Here are the best festivals happening this month.

Real Ale Trail

The Real Ale Trail is a one-day festival, which will be held on the 10th of September in the Welsh county of Flintshire. There is a festival bus, which lets passengers hop on and off when they like at participating pubs, which will have at least 3 different types of Ales on offer. For those non Ale drinkers, there will be a variety of other drinks along with food and entertainment for the making of a great day out.

Anglesey Beer Festival

Anglesey is off the coast of North Wales and is home to the Anglesey Beer Festival each year, which showcases a wide selection of beers from some of the best Real Ale Breweries across the country. The festival runs for two days and acts as a fundraiser for some worthy charities. Local bands bring an exciting atmosphere while visitors enjoy their time sipping on an array of beers in beautiful surroundings.

Conwy Honey Fair

Located in Conwy, the Honey Fair is thought to date back over 700 years ago. This makes it one of the United Kingdom’s oldest running fairs and it will be held on the 13th of September. All local honey and hive products, including honey soaps, can be purchased on the day of the fair and visitors also have the chance to meet beekeepers and talk about bees if they wish.

Mold Food and Drink Festival

Mold Food Festival is one of the most successful festivals in Wales, being held from the 17th till the 18th of September, and is certainly one not to be missed. It showcases brilliant food from the region, and quality food and drink producers from across Britain are attracted each year. It is the perfect place for any visitors to try the classic Welsh cuisine or watch in awe as the competitors of the Flintshire chef of the year cook up a storm in front of them.

Beaumaris Food festival

Taking place on the 10th and 11th of September in Beaumaris, North Wales. Visitors can enjoy an array of food and drink across the weekend, whilst listening to live music and taking in the stunning backdrop of Beaumaris Castle. The festival boasts some unique features such as a hog roast, cookery demonstrations, and an ever popular puffin trail around the town for the children to enjoy.

Why not visit the area and have a look at some of the many holiday homes for sale? North Wales is full of idyllic landscapes and you could even become a regular of your favourite Food and Drink Festival.


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