Beer & Cider, Events

A Look Back to Curious Arts Festival

By The Curious Team, July, 29 2018

Last weekend those who follow us on Instagram (@CuriousBrewery) will have spotted us down on the south coast at Curious Arts Festival in Pylewell Park!

Over the course of 3 days we read, sung, ate and relaxed in what in our view we would dub – the most curious, most discerning and most delightful of boutique arts festivals around. This was the 5th year of the festival and our second year at it. Once again it did not disappoint – with its new music, range of authors and poets, space to really tap into mindfulness and wellness and not forgetting a good dollop of traders showing off what they do best, it was certainly one of the highlights of our year!

“We are no longer curious about the Curious Arts Festival. We are fans. We are converts. And this time next year, we will be regulars.” – Rebecca Cox. Country & Townhouse

To add to the unorthodox line up of the festival of John Newman, Al Murray, Gareth Malone and Lynn Barber – this year we created something that we felt would complement that curious festival line-up, that could be enjoyed in the scorching summer heat – a yuzu, pink grapefruit and tangerine lager!

Curiouser & Curiouser Chapter 3: ‘The Arts’ was brewed in partnership with London based, Fourpure Brewing Co, with the desire to create something that showcased a much more curious side of us both with a bright refreshing taste that you just can’t help but go back for more – much like we did ourselves when the acts at the festival performed.

We sold out at the festival, but luckily for those that have yet to try and are in desperate need of something refreshing to enjoy whilst our British heatwave continues, we have kept a small amount of this small batch lager back! Available in packs of 6x330ml cans at our online shop it will be there for the next couple of weeks or until it is gone, so if you would like to try get in quick – there may not be long left!

#StayCurious