CRAFT BEER FESTIVAL
Diary date for 2022
Fri 14th & Sat 15th
St. Giles’ Church, Copmanthorpe
Opening times tbc nearer the date.
– COVID 19 / CORONOVIRUS –
It was the COVID pandemic which prevented Coptoberfest 2020 from happening, and we’ve all fingers crossed that it won’t prevent us going ahead this year.
To make visitors as safe as possible, we will be introducing certain protocols aimed at keeping surfaces (and glasses) clean, as well as other checks upon entry. More info to follow.
– Previous Festivals –
After the last minute challenge of hosting Coptoberfest 2021, we’re a little more organised for 2022 with a date already in the diary.
As ever, we are aiming to put on a great beer festival which benefits the local community, charities and good causes.
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To date, Coptoberfest has raised over £20,000 for charities and good causes in the Copmanthorpe and surrounding areas.
The main beneficiaries each year are St. Leonards Hospice (Tadcaster Road) and St. Gile’s Church (Copmanthorpe) with a variety of others too.
If you represent a local charity or good cause, please contact us to state your case and the Coptoberfest committee will review each and every request. We can’t say yes to everyone unfortunately, but we certainly do plan to return in 2022 for more fundraising, and great beer of course.
We’ll be looking out for kind sponsors again – our aim is to get each and every cask sponsored which means we can help more local charities and good causes.
– Main Sponsor & Joint Organiser –
– Lead Sponsors, 2021 –
If you’d like to be a sponsor for this year’s Coptoberfest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about available packages.
– Cask Sponsors, 2021 –
– Very Special Thanks –
– Venue –