Tramlines launch limited edition IPA

In celebration of the festival’s 10th anniversary, Tramlines has teamed up with Abbeydale Brewery to launch a special edition session IPA.

The 3.8% percent ale is available to buy now in bars and bottle shops across the country in keg, cask and cans. The Tramlines Session IPA will also be sold at the festival’s craft beer bar in Hillsborough Park on 20 – 22 July.

Dan Baxter, sales director at Abbeydale Brewery, said:  “Tramlines is always a highlight of the year when it comes to shouting about all things Sheffield and we’re proud to have been involved in a number of their ten festivals.

“Celebrating our city, its community spirit, and our independent businesses are some of our core values as a brewery, and the fact that Tramlines shares these makes it an easy relationship to build. We’re looking forward to sharing a few beers with the Tramlines team over the festival!”

Timm Cleasby, Tramlines Festival operations director added: “We are proud of our Sheffield heritage and wanted our 10th edition to showcase all the great things about our city, not just musically but also the amazing food and drink brands founded here.”

The festival has also teamed up with Henderson’s Relish to release a limited edition bottle of Sheffield’s favourite condiment, read more about that here.

With the festival just weeks away, there are just a few remaining tickets left. Head over to for more information. Check back in with Exposed for full coverage of the festival on 20 – 22 July. 

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