The festival is a family celebration that gives festival-goers the chance to experience the last traditional, working coal-fired Oast in Britain in action, where the hops are still dried and cooled by hand today for the event.
Visitors can also get involved in the hop harvest, fill the bushels, breathe in the heady hop aroma and peek inside the tin Hoppers’ Huts. After a spot of hop harvesting, beer lovers can taste the fruits of the hop and raise a glass of Kent’s finest craft beers.
Meanwhile, special guest and family favourite Basil Brush will be making a ‘Boom, Boom’ in the Big Top and there will be two stages featuring live music from local performers.
Kent Life Heritage Farm Park is a is a 28-acre working farm and visitor attraction situated in Maidstone, Kent combining family fun and farming heritage.
For more information visit kentlife.org.uk
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