The Water Poet Bank Holiday Cider Festival and Hog Roast

The Water Poet

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18:00 - 21:30
Live Music, Fun Time Partying
Party Mash Up
Liverpool Street

(Sunday 25th May 6pm onwards and Monday 26th May all day)

The Water Poet celebrates the apple with an occasion for those that enjoy all things cider – the inaugural Water Poet cider Festival! From traditional scrumpy to the funkiest of flavours, The Barn will be overflowing with a who’s who of the best new and classic cider producers around.   A scrumptious hog will be spit roasted in the beer garden, and some summertime reggae tunes performed live to nod your head to whilst chilling on a hay bale - The Water Poet has all the ingredients for a dreamy bank holiday at the end of May.

An extensive and supremely delicious selection of craft ciders from a variety of producers all over the UK will be available, including Borough Market’s beloved New Forest ciders, Welsh purists Hallets, fruity Annings from the West Country and absurdly moreish Thistly Cross from Scotland. Come and try a festival pint, or spend the afternoon making your way through the lot, in the beer garden. Available from the barn, everyone’s favourite apple based booze will flow throughout Sunday evening and all day Monday bank holiday.

There really is no better way to while away a bank holiday afternoon than relaxing in a beer garden with a delicious scrumpy in hand, munching on pig and enjoying easy going reggae melodies.


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The Water Poet
9-11 Folgate Street, Spitalfields, E1 6BX

East London

Nearest station:
Liverpool Street (Tube)


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