Opening Times & Admission

The 9th Billericay Beer Festival will take place at our new venue – Hannakins Farm Community Centre on June 28th – 30th 2019

Friday 28th June 5 pm 11 pm Entry £3.00
Saturday 29th June 11 am 11 pm Entry £3.00
Sunday 30th June 12 noon 6 pm Entry free

At all sessions – refundable souvenir glass deposit £2.00

In order to buy a drink at the festival you will have to purchase a glass and a beer card – no cash is accepted over the beer or cider bars – Cashless Bar – How Does it Work?

We are pleased to announce that this year we will be able to accept card payments for your entry, beer card and glass. (Sorry but we won’t be able to offer CashBack)


We do allow children in (Under 15 Free of Charge), but do request parents/guardians use common sense as to regards the control and supervision of children. We request adults to ask themselves the question “Is a busy beer festival a suitable place for young children late in the evening?” Best time to bring young children is Sunday Lunchtime/Afternoon when Harry’s Day will be joining us and will have children’s’ games. There will be no children’s entertainment at other sessions. We do reserve the right to demand that uncontrolled or annoying children leave along with their parents/guardians. We do not provide a Creche or provide a child minding service. We will ask any child to leave with their parents/guardians if we feel that there is risk to the child. Alcohol will only be served to and consumed by those who can show that they are over 18 years of age. This is strictly enforced.


The Community Association rules do not allow dogs in the Centre except for Support dogs who are welcome at all times.

Outdoor Seating

There is only a very limited amount of outdoor seating in front of the Lounge Bar but you are welcome to sit on the grass between the pitches for which you may wish to bring along picnic blankets and/or camping seats. But PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE do not enter the roped off areas.


WBCA and The Lions Club of Billericay reserve the right to refuse admission, and proof of identity may be requested at the bar.