VENUE AND TIMETABLE
Doors open at 15:00.
Fast Track entry for early birds and everyone on the guest list.
Beers will be served from opening until 20:50.
Venue closes at 21:00.
Age limit for the whole festival is 18 years.
The system is simple and familiar: we’re doing one Friday session and one Saturday session. If you want to attend both, you’ll get a discount. There’s a small number of early bird tickets available for an added discount. Early bird tickets also includes a fast track entrance.
All the breweries will have two different beers on tap each session, in addition to a secret or two that will launch randomly at short notice throughout the festival. Every session will have unique beers – no repeats. All pours will be 100 ml.
access to the venue, a sexy tasting glass, and all the beers you want to sample – NO TOKENS NEEDED!
Tickets are non-refundable.
FOOD, SOFT DRINKS AND MORE
Fresh, locally roasted coffee from Bøllefrø will be available for free thoughout the festival.
There will also be bottled water, soft drinks and snacks available for purchase.
As for public transportation, the bus stop is literally ten meters from the festival entrance. The 52 bus from Sandnes leaves every 30 minutes, and takes about eight minutes to the venue. You can also jump on bus no. 22, but you'll have to get off at Sannerudkrysset and walk for 6 minutes. Use kolumbus.no to plan your journey. Download the app Kolumbus Reise (iOS / Android) to buy a ticket. You can get a one-way ticket that’s valid for an hour, or you can get the 24 hour ticket, that'll give you unlimited travels for 24 hours. The tickets in the app is valid on both bus and train. The train leaves Stavanger every half hour, and takes about 20 minutes to Ganddal Stasjon. From there the venue is a 12 minute walk away. For a taxi, call 07000, or use the Taxi App.
ACCOMMODATION, EATING AND DRINKING
If you’re in need of somewhere to stay, we recommend Stavanger. Comfort Hotel Square will give you a nice price if you book your stay through email (email@example.com) or phone (+47 51 56 80 00) and tell them you'll be attending the DGB festival. There might also be some good options on Airbnb. Stavanger is packed with good quality restaurants. Our favorites include Zouq (Pakistani food), Mano or Panzanella (Neapolitan pizza) and Gådjå (Ethiopian). If you want a bit of high end dining, you might want to book a table at Bellies (vegan) or Re-Naa. The legendary fish soup (catch of the day) at Fisketorget might also be worth a try. If you want to go out for a drink, the city has quite a few nice places to check out. If you’re looking for craft beer, you want to go to På kornet, Cardinal, Hanekam, Øst, Cirkus, or Bøker og børst. If you’re into just a regular pub, The Irishman or Martinique is nice. For wine Norvald vinbar might float your boat. Blåveis can provide you with an awesome cider selection, and also some cracking beers. In need of world class, unique cocktails, head to Pjolter og punsj and treat yourself to a Nordic Daiquiri.
A festival doesn’t work without a backbone of high quality volunteers. Invitational 2022 and 2023 ran as smooth as it did solely due to the efforts of our team of volunteers, so we’ll be inviting the same people to join us in 2024. However, if you’d like to be part of that team, please feel free to get in touch – we might need an extra pair of hands.
We care a lot for our breweries and volunteers, and we’re committed to make them, as well as our guests, feel valued and respected, so please be nice to everyone. The volunteers are giving up their valuable time for free, to make your festival experience as good as possible, and the brewery reps have traveled from near and far to meet you, so please behave.
We will not tolerate discrimination of any kind, and we will not accept rude, piss drunk idiots.
Our security team are highly trained in spotting morons and drunk people, and if you get kicked out, they’re instructed to cut off you wristbands and the festival is over and done with for you.