Top 10 London craft breweries

With the inaugural London Beer Week Festival set to take place next month, we take a look at just some of the brewers currently making a name for themselves on the capital’s craft beer scene.

gallery_7From 16 February to 22 March pubs, bars and restaurants in the 13 streets of London’s Newburgh Quarter, off Carnaby Street, will come together to celebrate the first London Beer Week festival, in partnership with the Craft Beer Rising festival, which will take place at the Truman Brewery from 19 to 22 February. Organised by the creative minds that put on London Cocktail Week and London Wine Week, the event will see Carnaby Street’s Newburgh Quarter become the hub of seven days of unique beer-filled activities, offers, pop-ups and tastings.

More than 100 venues, including The Draft House, The Craft Beer Co, Whyte and Brown and Hops & Glory, are taking part with wristband wearers entitled to £3 speciality beers and £5 Woodford Reserve boilermakers (AKA a beer and a bourbon), as well as further promotions and activities, all week long.

The week will also include pop-ups, launches, tastings, supper clubs, brewery tours, masterclasses and offers across town. Award-winning Cornish brewer, Sharp’s Brewery, will be offering VIP food and beer pairing sessions inside its exclusive ‘crate’, as well as having a dedicated space within the hub. While Guinness who will be operating its ‘The Brewers Project’ with vans hitting the streets of London in the form of roaming wristband hubs which will pop up at different locations throughout the week distributing wristbands, guidebooks, maps and samples of two new brews – Guinness Dublin Porter and Guinness West Indies Porter.

Wristbands  are £10 and can be purchased at 14 Newburgh Street, Newburgh Quarter. For more information click here.

In honour of London’s inaugural Beer Week Festival, we have rounded up a section of London craft brewers…

One Response to “Top 10 London craft breweries”

  1. dale price says:

    no Kernel or BBNO?????

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