London’s Craft Beer Festival is Back and Lager than Ever Before


Sip, sup and sample an array of brew-tiful craft beers at this waterside extravaganza. By Atreya Mukerjee

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What, find yourself spoilt for choice amidst 800+ varieties of beers from some of the best independent and chain breweries from the UK and Europe. Sign me up please.  

The London Craft Beer Festival is back for yet another epic year, and this time it’s bigger than ever before. One of the biggest events across the globe for lovers of beer and artisanal breweries, there’s no way you’d want to give this one a miss.

What’s Brewing?

The festival has an exciting line-up of over 100 breweries, each with their own unique style and approach to brewing. This means that you can discover new beers and breweries that you may not have heard of before. Some of the one’s that have already created a lot of buzz are local heroes like The Kernel Brewery who bring their signature pale ales, dark ales, lagers, and mixed fermentation beers that are brewed down the road in South London’s Bermondsey. You’ll also find traditional icons Timothy Taylors and Kelham Island, along with lager legends Lost and Grounded. Bringing you some fancy European tastes are Mikkeller and Severn Islands, while to get a kick of a crazy style there’s Tiny Rebel and Unbarred. Phew, the list is endless.


My ticket benefits:

All your beer!  

You got that right.  

Don’t worry, the alcohol’s not hit you yet. These are all-inclusive tickets that includes the price(s) of the beer you will taste at the festival. The ticket also includes a wonderful beer tasting glass that you get to take home. With so many beer lovers gathered in one place, it is easy to strike up conversations and make new friends. The festival is a celebration of the love of beer, and the camaraderie that comes with it.

Gluttony galore

What’s a beer fest without some scrumptious food? To keep your taste buds satisfied, there’ll be plenty of street food vendors serving up delicious dishes that pair perfectly with the different types of beer on offer. From Greek wraps, juicy burgers, tacos, and Mexican street food to seafood specialities, and Japanese bites. Did we mention crispy fried chicken, as well? Whether you’re big on meat, vegetarian, or vegan, there’s something to tickle your fancy.

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Beyond the Barrels

If you don’t fancy beer, the festival offers some extensive non-beer options. Choose from rum, tequila, or whiskey? Still not enough? You’ll find good old wine, prosecco, and cocktails as well.

Pump it Up

Festival vibes, acts of comedy, and a DJ that’s sure to bring the house down. It’s all happening at one of London’s coolest event venues, and tickets are selling out fast. The entertainment line-up is going to be announced soon, so keep an eye on our socials for details.

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How to get there


-Tube: The nearest tube train stations to Tobacco Dock is the Shadwell Station. The tube lines Circle, Hammersmith, and City are the nearest.

-Bus: The St George's Town Hall / Shadwell Station (B) stop is the nearest one to Tobacco Dock in Wapping. It is one minute away by walk from the venue. These bus lines stop near Tobacco Dock 100 and 339 (red buses).

-Car: There is a car park opposite the venue's Wapping Lane entrance with capacity for 615 vehicles.

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The Tobacco Dock is a history Grade I building, and hence some surfaces may be uneven. It is wheelchair accessible; there is one lift available found to the right side of the building by the main entrance.

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