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London Beer Festival

We are celebrating craft beer in our London pubs, this January.

Fifteen London brewers will be showcasing their craft beers and real ales at Wetherspoon’s London beer festival.

The festival will take place at 126 pubs, from Friday 27 January to Sunday 5 February, inclusive. Tasting notes for the beers are available to download from the bottom of this page.

The participating breweries are By the Horns Brewing Co, Cronx, East London Brewing Company, Enfield Brewery, Fuller’s, Hop Stuff, Portobello Brewing Co, Redemption, Reunion Ales, Sambrook’s Brewery Southwark Brewing Co, Truman’s, Twickenham Fine Ales, Wimbledon Brewery and Windsor & Eton Brewery.

The cask beers include By the Horns One Arm Bandit, East London Pearly Queen, Fuller’s Jack Frost, Hop Stuff Chai Red, Southwark Mayflower Session IPA and Wimbledon Phoenix Smoked Porter.

Some of the pubs will also serve two keg beers – Sambrook’s Red Ale and Uprising White Riot (Windsor & Eton Brewery).

Beer festival organiser Rob Davies said: “We are bringing together a superb array of beers from some wonderful breweries.

“On the whole, most of the breweries are relatively small, so this is a brilliant opportunity for them to showcase their beers to a much wider audience and also give our pub customers the chance to sample some beers which are not usually available in these Wetherspoon pubs.

“We are confident that the London beer festival will be enjoyed by beer enthusiasts, as well as customers who wish to try something new.”

If you’re looking for your local pub, you can click here to use our pub-finder. Speak to staff in your local to find out whether they’re taking part, this year, in our London beer festival.

Download our tasting notes for the London Beer Festival