Festival season starts early at the Southbank: 100 craft beer producers, live music and street food

The UK’s largest craft beer festival is back this April and will be setting up in South London’s Southbank.

To make up for the possible lack of sunshine, BrewLDN will be hosting more than 100 craft beer and independent drinks brands, live DJs, and street food with an indoor-outdoor set up, all for £9.95 entry.

The festival will kick off on April 24, at its new location Between the Bridges, on the Southbank, and run until April 27.

From traditional IPAs and ales to fruity and crisp lagers, the festival offers a diverse range of products from a diverse range of craft breweries, as well as a host of independent cider, wine and spirits brands, if beer is not your thing.

But it’s not just about the booze, BrewLDN is also filling its festival stalls with street food including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. 

Most importantly, this year’s festival will programme music to support up-and-coming talent from the area to showcase some of the best acts London has to offer.

Co-founders of BrewLDN said: “We’re really excited about the new partnership, going back to our roots of the smaller craft breweries, distilleries and brands that make Brew what it is, as well as a super cool indoor/outdoor venue to really ignite that festival vibe.

“We’re really excited to bring seven sessions of amazing drinks this year, three more than previously, featuring premium brands of all kinds, including low and no-alcohol beers, spirits, cocktails, and much more.”

To book your tickets visit brewldn.com

Pictured top: This year’s festival will programme music to support up-and-coming talent from the area (Picture: BrewLDN)

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