Replacing Craft Beer Rising as Truman Brewery’s giant February beer festival, the inaugural three day BrewLDN promises a good time to all craft beer lovers.
What to expect
Truman brewery is no stranger to hosting big parties like this one—and they’re pulling out all the stops to make sure everything is perfect for this debut festival. That means beers from over 150 of the world’s most acclaimed brewers, along with music, entertainment and food. On the off chance you’re attending a beer festival and don’t like beer, you’ll also find spirits, cider, wine and soft drinks aplenty. Music highlights announced so far include DJ Artwork, Greg Wilson and festival favourites Old Dirty Brasstards.
Food at BrewLDN
While the food line-up is yet to be announced, you can expect to see all the usual upmarket festival treats. Based on previous events and festivals in this space, we’re expecting gourmet street food. Think along the lines of American-style bbq, bao buns, pizza and wraps—to name just a few.
Tickets for BrewLDN
Ticket prices vary depending on which day and session you’re attending. At £16.80, Thursday night is your cheapest option, followed by Friday (£22.40) and Saturday (£28.00). Tickets come with a festival glass that’s yours to keep. Use the code “CHEAPO” at the online checkout for a cool 20% off. That’s effectively a drink on us. Cheers!
Getting to Brew LDN
The Old Truman Brewery is handily just off Brick Lane—a great spot for public transport. Your best bet is probably Liverpool Street station, which runs on the Central, Metropolitan, Circle, and District lines. It’s also a good option for overground trains and trains coming from outside London. From Liverpool Street it’s a 10-minute walk.