Nottingham Rugby is delighted to announce the return of its annual Six Nations Beer Festival running from Friday 15th – Saturday 16th March 2019 at Lady Bay.

Hosting more than 50 different beers to try, as well as ciders and lager at the bar, the two-day event will open from 5pm on the Friday evening, with live music from 7pm.

On the Saturday, doors will be open from 12pm ahead of an action-packed final day in The Six Nations, including a potential grand slam winning match for England when they play Scotland at 5:30pm.

All matches from the final day will be shown on multiple large TVs around the venue including a 120-inch screen at the rear of the marquee bar.

Chief Operating Officer for Nottingham Rugby, Steve Smith said: “We are really looking forward to hosting another beer festival here at The Bay.

“We had more than 1000 people attend last year’s event and we are expecting another fantastic couple of days with a wider variety of beers, ales and ciders than ever before.

“This year’s festival will have additional screens set up around the venue to ensure that everyone enjoys the whole afternoon of top-class international rugby.”

Tickets can be purchased here or at the bar during home matches. Tickets are priced at £10, which includes six beer tokens and a glass to use on the day. You can also buy a 15 token package with a glass for £20 to avoid queues at the bar for tokens on the day.

Before then, The Green & Whites host Ealing Trailfinders in the Greene King IPA Championship on Friday 26th October, why not come and show your support? Tickets for this highly anticipated fixture can be purchased at here.