The first wave of beers for this year’s Six Nations Beer Festival have been announced, with more than 20 different beers from Greene King breweries available over the two-day festival.

Running from 15-16 March, the festival with have more than 50 different beers to sample and, with the final day of the 2019 Guinness Six Nations being shown on the big screen, there’s no better place to be to get your rugby fix.

Below is the list of the first wave of beers from Greene King and partner breweries:

Grand Slam 4%

Belhaven 1719 Pale Ale 4.5%

GK IPA Bitter 3.6

Heritage Ernest Hop pale Ale 5%

Abbot 5.0

Patron Saints Ale 4.5

Saltire 4%

Ruddles Best 3.7

Morland Original Bitter 4.0

Scrum Down 4.1%

Ruddles County 4.3

Belhaven 80/ 4.2%

Old Speckled Hen 4.5

Olde Trip 4.3

H&H Bitter 3.9

Belhaven IPA

St Edmunds 4.2

XX Mild

Old Golden Hen 4.1

GK House Bitter 3.9

Black IPA 5.4%

GK Yardbird 4.0

London Glory 4.1

Late Hopped Pale Ale 4.4

Inspector Morse Ale 3.9

Tickets for the Six Nations Beer Festival cost just £10 for a glass and six tokens, £20 for a glass and 15 tokens, with a food package and secure seating in front of the big screen available for an additional £10.

To purchase your tickets, click here.