Real Ale Festival Takes You Across North Wales

Summer may be coming to a close but that isn’t going to stop the tourists flocking to the North Wales coast to stay in a Llandudno seafront hotel. If you are lucky you can still acquire some last minute sunshine and an ice cream without needing to carry an umbrella! But for those of you looking for an activity predominantly based indoors, then the Conwy Real Ale Trail is going to be right up your street!
The Conwy County Borough Council is happy to inform you that the real ale festival is coming back to the area for the second time this year. An event that is constantly on the move throughout one whole day, from the Llandudno seafront right through to Conwy Marina, stopping at places in between both locations.
The map consists of seven pubs and bars, with a microbrewery thrown in as a treat! All of these renowned establishments are full to the brim with charm and character, and beloved by the locals. The microbreweries are rarely open to the general public, so having them on the map is truly a blessing.
Starting at The Albert on Madoc Street in the heart of Llandudno, you will move round to The Kings Head on the side of the Great Orme. Rhos will be your next stop, featuring the Rhos Fynach and The Cayley Flyer. Colwyn Bay is close by, and host to the newly renovated Station pub and restaurant. The Conwy brewery, Bank of Conwy, and Wild Horse Brewery are the final chapters of your ale-based story.
The aim is to have these pubs and bars full with a wide variety of people, not just from the local area, but packed to the rafters with visitors from all over Wales and the United Kingdom, so bring your friends and prepare to make some more!