Little Earth Project joins list of brewers to have their beers at our festival

We’re pleased to announce that Little Earth Project has joined our list of breweries signed up to showcase their beers at the July 33rd Ipswich Beer and Cider Festival.

Brewing between 200-800L at a time, Little Earth Project is a unique brewery that brews a range of sour, farmhouse and wild-fermented beers. They source their ingredients from the local Suffolk countryside, and we couldn’t be happier their beers will be available at our festival.

Their brewery sits next to their beautiful pub in the Suffolk village of Edwardstone, and we’d certainly recommend a visit if you’re in the area. In fact, they also have two-holiday cottages and a camping area, so you could turn your stay into a holiday.

Rob, our festival organiser, has always been a fan of LEP beers; he commented, “There is nothing else like them, and we’re spoilt to have such a quality brewery here in Suffolk. We always try to grab a keg of something funky for the Briarbank’s beer festivals, and I’m excited to see what they will have available come the Ipswich Beer and Cider Festival!”

Little Earth Project has also recently launched an online shop. To see what beers they have available, and to learn more about them, head across to their website.

Keep an eye on our social media and beer pages for details on what beers Little Earth Project will showcase at the festival.

With day tickets, weekend tickets and beer tokens all available, get yours today. Tickets can also be purchased at the door. The festival will run between Thursday 27 July, and Sunday 30 July 2023.