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Thirsty? Valletta’s getting its own BEER FESTIVAL this summer
Got kids? No worries, you and your family can still enjoy this experience.

Benjamin Abela

If beer’s your drink of choice, then you’re about to hear some amazing news…

Malta’s capital of Valletta will be getting its very own beer festival this summer!

Aptly titled PINTA – Valletta Beer Festival, this three-day event will be taking place from 26th to 28th August at Tritoni Square.

Though it’s still a couple of months away, the festival’s organisers have still treated interested attendees to a couple of details.

For starters, we can expect “more than 200 types of authentic beers from the most revered and respected breweries across the world.”

It wouldn’t be a Maltese festival without some of the country’s best beers, hence why you can expect some of Malta’s “largest brewers and beer importers [to] welcome you with creamy, bubbly, and gentle beer while pleasing you with must-have merchandise and gifts.”

The island’s “top craft beer importers and brewers” will also be making an appearance.

Got kids? No worries, you and your family can still enjoy this experience.

Maltese bands will be performing live on the main stage at Tritoni Square and entertainment and arcade areas will be scattered around all throughout the festival.

PINTA will also include “a special, family-friendly area” with “rides and animation” as well as “vendors selling a variety of crafts”.

We don’t know about you, but we’re already PUMPED to attend!

20th April 2022


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Benjamin Abela
Benjamin is a Writer at Content House Group. With his background in journalism, marketing, and the arts, Benjamin enjoys finding the human aspect to any story he gets a hold of. When he's not too busy writing his next article, you could probably find him playing with his cats or performing on a stage.

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