Brighton Coffee Festival is set to return to the city again in 2023, with the biggest celebration of coffee the city has ever seen.

Following on from the success of 2022, BCF is moving to a bigger venue this year, with the one-day festival to be held at All Saints, The Drive, on Saturday 12th August 2023. The increase in venue size also comes with a greater number of exhibitors as well as more guest talks, competitions and visitors on the day. 

A look back at 2022
In 2022, BCF took over One Church, Gloucester Place, with more than 1,000 coffee enthusiasts descending on the venue. Throughout the sun-filled day the church played host to in excess of 30 exhibitors, featuring coffee roasters, manufacturers, accessories, food pitches, tea traders and plenty more.
There was action across the day, as expert speakers talked on a range of coffee-focused subjects including sustainability, equality and plenty more.
The culmination of the event took place as two finalists from the UK Latte Art Championships battled it out in the BCF Latte Art Throwdown. Ernie Fernandez, of Gentlemen Baristas, took the crown as he pipped Mincka’s Matt Trembecki to the winner’s spot, claiming the first placed prize: a Sage Barista Pro espresso machine.

BCF 2023 – All Saints

This coming August it will be All Saints that will play host to the third instalment of Brighton Coffee Festival and, with over 60 exhibitors and a whole host of entertainment lined up, it is set to be the biggest celebration of coffee in Brighton to date.

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