The Craft Beer Rising festival will return to London the last weekend of February with the noble aim to “bring good, flavorsome, creative beers to the masses and to “help inform drinkers of the beers available and support the brewers to get their products to the customers.” 2014 will be the second year the festival will celebrate the best in artisan and small batch beers from around the world (with of course plenty of locally produced brews from London across the UK). The three-day event will bring together dozens of breweries offering more than 200 beers to sample alongside a mix of street food, beer talks, tastings and other events as well as entertainment such as music by headliner, DJ Mr Scruff.
Beers slated for the festival include the following:
Adnams, Anspach and Hobday, Bateman’s, Bath Ales, Beerd, Bellerose, Beer Cat Barcelona, Brains Craft, Brewery, Bristol Beer Factory, By The Horns, Curious Brew, Celt Experience, Dominion, Duvel, Elgoods, Fordham, Franciscan Well, Freedom, Kings, The Brew House, Meantime, Redwell, Sharps, Thistly Cross Cider, Harbour, Oro di Milano, Harry Bromptons, Harviestoun, Hiver, Late Knights, Left Coast Distribution, London Velvet, St Austell, Stevens Point, Stewarts, Rebel Brewing Company, and Thornbridge.
Says Craft Beer Rising co-founder Daniel Rowntree:
Now in its second year, Craft Beer Rising brings all-round beer entertainment and aims to have the whole city join in the adventure that is the craft beer revolution. We ourselves are a team of passionate beer drinkers with strong events experience. Ever-thirsty to learn more and share our discoveries, we are very excited about adding new surprises to this unmissable weekender. Again, we are all set to welcome a new generation of curious craft beer fans and a refreshing, balanced male and female mix. This so positively reflects the profile of today’s surging 7.8 million craft beer drinkers in the UK.
Craft Beer Rising 2014 takes place from Friday February 21st to Sunday the 23rd at the East London's Old Truman Brewery. Tickets cost £15 (about $25) and include £5 of beer tokens, a copy of Craft Beer Rising Magazine, and a Craft Beer Rising souvenir glass to keep. The Old Truman Brewery is located at 91 Brick Lane, E1 6QL. The nearest London Underground stations are at Aldgate East and Liverpool Street (with rail connections as well). Shoreditch High Street Overground station is also within walking distance.
To purchase tickets in advance and to find out more, go to craftbeerrising.co.uk.
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