BEITH Beer Festival has completed its beer and musical event at a packed out day on Saturday, April 30.

The Festival returned after an absence due to coronavirus restrictions with many other festivals and events across Ayrshire following suit throughout the warmer months.

The popular drinks and entertainment festival, which took place at Geilsland Hall, Beith on Saturday, April 30, saw residents from far and wide flock to the town for the fun day out.

Dargavel Brewery provided their assortment of pale ales, wheat beers and red ales while Coast Ales served their unique Tiramisu Stout and Gallus American Pale Ale.

Musical entertainment was provided throughout the day and included Will and the Wild Horse, Three N Eights, Binky Blue, Galileo’s Dug, Lynsey Dolan Band, Stephen Hamilton, The Lines, Morgan Burns and The Funky Monkey.

Event-goers were quick to praise the event over social media, with one poster saying: “What a fantastic day as always!! Well done and thank you to all the team at Beith Beer Festival for organising such a great event and to everyone who came along and helped make it an amazing day, we had an incredible day with you all!”, while Kenny Paterson added: “Great night. Saturday Beer Hall definitely = Sunday Hangover.”

Sharon Robertson said: “Well done to all involved, great night!”

The next event at Geilsland Hall will see motorbike enthusiasts come together at the Dance With The Devil Motorcycle Festival over the last weekend in May. For more info visit

Beith Beer Festival will be back on October 22 of this year and will be sure to include more exciting beers from across Scotland alongside musical acts.

For more information search Beith Beer Festival on Facebook.