Fancy heading to an event where not only can you party with your mates in one of London's most unique settings, but with some of your favourite beers too? Then we may have just the thing.
With London's craft beer revolution in full swing, there's one festival in London introducing the city to more flavours than ever. Toting street food, music, cider and of course, beer, Craft Beer Rising is a weekend where established names and exciting new breweries come together to showcase the best in new beers, introduce top new flavours and bring about one hop-laced party with DJs and music to boot.
With over 120 brands attending, Craft Beer Rising will be host to some of the biggest, best and newest names in the brewery business with pop up stalls and tastings from the likes of Beavertown, Big Hug, BrewDog and more; with the festival even hosting its own Lost in Cider Space section for those of you that need your apple a day.
For those of you still needing a nudge, not only should the beer convince you, Craft Beer Rising will play host to street food stalls and DJ showcases from the likes of Rob Da Bank on the Saturday night, a vintage mobile disco, DJ sets from Andy Smith (Portishead), Coldcut (Ninja), Don Letts (6Music), Pete Paphides (6Music) and more.
So, what's included in your ticket? Not only will you receive a CBR glass and programme on arrival; you can pat yourself on the back with a self guided beer tour around the festival as over 110 stands showcase 550 beers. A must for craft beer aficionados and newbies to the scene alike!
Craft Beer Rising 2016 takes places at the Old Truman Brewery on February 26th and 27th. Early bird and general tickets are available to buy here.