The Coffee House Project
The Coffee House Project is the first of its kind in Bristol. A caffeine-fuelled celebration of the best the city has to offer, this two day coffee festival focuses on local, artisan roasters, independent food and drink retailers and home-grown baristas. With up to 50 exhibitors, free coffees and treats, complimentary workshops and talks, plus gourmet street food and DJ's, no other event captures Bristol’s vibrant coffee scene in quite the same way.
Coffee lovers will be treated to a day-time session on Saturday, before festivities get underway with The Coffee House Project’s official CHP party. Espresso martinis, craft beers and local spirits will be the order of the night.
The festival continues through Sunday, giving exhibitors and sponsors unprecedented access to dedicated visitors, influencers and key industry stakeholders all brought together under one roof through their mutual love of coffee.
Read the CHP Journal 2019 & gear up for September!
Listen to CHP 2018 podcasts here
WHAT TO EXPECT
Free Sampling, Workshops, Talks, Food, Music, Competitions
Listen to a variety of topics including Sustainability, How To Open Your Own Coffee Shop & more. Timings will be announced soon.
SCA UK COMPETITION
SCA UK is bringing one of the 2020 Barista Championships heats to CHP 2019 on Saturday 7th! Stay tuned!
To accompany your coffee fix, we’ve put together a mix of DJs to keep you buzzing day and night
Workshops schedule is now available. Check out all the exciting things planned for CHP this year!
SCA UK COMPETITION
SCA UK is bringing one of the 2020 Cup Tasters Championship heats to CHP 2019 on Sunday 8th! Stay tuned!
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CHP 2018 Highlights
The Passenger Shed at Brunel's Old Station, Bristol
Brunel's Old Station
The Passenger Shed
The Passenger Shed is one of the largest venues in the South West and is an ideal home for The Coffee House Project, not only because of its atmospheric interior but also due to its excellent connections from / to SW cities and London, making it an accessible location for all.
Things to know
How can I buy tickets?
Tickets will be available in the spring. To hear all our latest news, sign up to our newsletter below.
Can I buy tickets on the door?
Yes, tickets will be available on the door
Will there be anywhere to buy lunch/dinner?
There will be a variety of street food traders inside the venue.
What will my ticket include?
Tickets include lots of free coffee and food samples, a tote bag, talks and workshops
Do I need to pre-book the workshop sessions?
Workshop sessions will be available to book on a first come first serve basis at the festival, more information to come soon
Does the venue have disabled access?
Can I bring my dog?
Is there parking available?
Temple Meads car park is around the corner but we recommend using your legs, the train or your bike.
Is the event child friendly?
Yes. Tickets are free for under 12s and children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult.
What else I should know?
There will be exciting workshops and products you will be able to purchase on the day so you might want to have cash on you. There are cash points available inside the station should you run out.
You say you are going disposable free, what does this mean and what will I be able to drink out of?
KeepCup will be running a loan scheme during the festival which will mean that you can hire a KeepCup from them for £5, and get it back when you return it. All drinks can be sampled from your cup (including drinks from our bar) which you will be able to rinse out between tastings. We also encourage you to bring your own vessel with you, even your favourite mug :).
If you want any more information about the festival, or are interested in exhibiting or sponsorship, don't hesitate to get in touch using the form below!