BrockStock event to return this summer after a two-year absence
AFTER a two-year absence due to the pandemic, a family friendly beer festival in Brockenhurst is back this summer.
BrockStock, which is hosted by Brockenhurst Football Club’s Grigg Lane home, will feature live music from 11 local bands, various stalls, large inflatables for the kids and a great selection of food and drink. This will include a tea garden, hog roast, dishes from Britannia Thai and vegan and vegetarian food from The Tinker’s Granddaughter.
There will also be a wide range of real ales, beers and ciders, along with Pimms and Prosecco.
A spokesperson added: "This year the festival is aiming to be as environmentally friendly as possible and we are reducing the amount of single-use plastic. We have fantastic new re-usable polycarbonate cups that will be available at the festival."
Entry is £2, and includes a cup to use throughout the day. There will also be a water station supplying free refills.
"We would like to encourage visitors to consider using public transport to get here," said organisers. "The mainline station is only a five-minute walk from the football club, or alternatively come on your bike and use the on-site bike parking facility."
The festival is on Saturday and Sunday, 28th and 29th May.