Let down by CheeseFest? BrewDog have got you covered

The Scottish brewery/bar will be hosting their own cheese day with discounts for CheeseFest wristband holders

Brewdog Brighton released on their Facebook page today that they will be hosting their own cheese tasting day today in response to the poor organization and inability of CheeseFest.

CheeseFest held their long hyped cheese festival in Victoria Gardens in the heart of Brighton yesterday, however, many were disappointed at the event and claimed it was too over-priced and even some claiming that they had run out of cheese.

You would hope that they would have enough cheese at a festival… dedicated to cheese.

Nevertheless, CheeseFest has been ripped into on their Facebook and on the fabled Hanover Community Notice Board by angry customers. People were so shocked and appalled that they have even created their own Facebook group called ‘Brighton CheeseFest Sucks’ to act as an echo chamber/therapy session over how bad the even was.

This prompted craft beer brewery and bar, BrewDog, to team up with The Great British Charcuterie Company to offer discounted artisan cheese boards to those with CheeseFest wristbands.

Stalls of cheese are also available to peruse at the bar with promises of no insane queuing as was experienced at CheeseFest.

The original price of the cheese boards costs £12, however, BrewDog will offer 20% off your all your food when a CheeseFest wristband is shown.

We highly recommend the mac & cheese if you get a chance to try some.

Food will be served until the kitchen closes at 10 pm, so get yourselves down there!

One of the stalls of cheese today at BrewDog