Established in 1719, Belhaven is Scotland’s oldest working brewery and they are not going to let their 300th birthday pass by without a massive party.
On Saturday 21st September they will be hosting a festival of great Scottish music, local food, family fun and lots of beautiful Belhaven Beers.
Sunday will be more mellow. Guests are invited to drop by for the open brewery day and enjoy a tour, a blether and a pint.
On the Saturday, the musical line-up includes household names like Dougie MacLean and Capercaillie plus innovative new bands like Assynt (Up and Coming Artist of the Year at the BBC Scots Trad Music Awards 2018) and Kinnaris Quintet.
Contemporary folk artists
Multi-award-winning Scottish contemporary folk band Breabach will be joined by Highland outfit Tide Lines. There will also be sets from Niteworks, who have become renowned for their fusion of electronica and folk music, and of course Elephant Sessions and Talisk - both winners of Belhaven’s annual bursary for innovation in Scottish music.
Gates open at 11am with the first act taking to the stage at noon. Meanwhile the brewery gardens will host family activities including music masterclasses.
There will be food stalls as well as Belhaven Brewery and bands merchandise stalls.
Tickets for Saturday are £25+booking fee per adult with limited numbers of kids tickets (under 12) free on a one-per-adult basis.
Tickets for Sunday are just £5 which includes a brewery tour. Food and drink will be available to buy.
Tickets available here or phone 0131 220 3234 or 0141 204 5151.
In the Borders, Tempest are promising that their Oktoberfest will be 'fantastische'. Main pic is from Tempest's Facebook and is from last year's Oktoberfest.
At just over £30 including the booking fee, a standard ticket will secure all day entry to the festival plus £10 of beer tokens, your Tempest Oktoberfest glass and a festival lanyard.
There will be more than twenty Tempest beers on tap including some very special - one off - Oktoberfest brews.
Yes. There will be an Oompah band! And if brass isn't your bag, there will be lots of live music from the hottest new acts around and DJs.
Bratwurst, burgers and pizza will all be available.
Lederhosen are optional.
Doors open at noon and will stay open all day. On arrival, you'll receive your beer tokens, your Oktoberfest glass and lanyard. Extra tokens can be purchased throughout the day.
Bring proof of age if you are lucky enough to look under 25.