That’s exactly what Wandsworth Common Beer Festival is doing.
To mark the decade since humbler beginnings, the bi-annual festival is throwing a six-day Easter special extravaganza.
There will be 150 beers and ciders to sample and Sambrooks Brewery will be giving away free pints and prizes over the weekend.
While you’re sampling the newest craft ales, you can enjoy street food, live music and DJs.
On Easter Sunday, £20 will get you a roast dinner and a free pint.
The preview night costs £30 to attend but the ticket will get you free cider and free wine all night
from 6pm to 11pm.
Wandsworth Common Easter Beer Festival is at Le Gothique & Garden, the Royal Victoria Patriotic Building, SW18 3SX from March 28 to April 2 from 1pm to 11pm and Sunday, 1pm to 6pm.
It’s free but £20 on Sunday for a roast ticket and £30 for preview on Wednesday.
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