27th Pig's Ear Beer and Cider Festival, London, November 30-December 3

Fans of craft beers and small batch ciders will be spoiled this week in London with the 27th Annual Pig's Ear Festival presented by The Campaign for Real Ale aka Camra.

What will be poured?

"The Pig's Ear is celebrating London by featuring a London Bar with 17 new beers from 7 new London breweries: Brew Wharf, Brodie’s, Camden, Ha’penny, Kernel, Redemption and Sambrook’s.

There’ll be 200+ British Beers and 80+ foreign Beers, both draught and bottled. The Cider Bar is offering products from selected artisan makers."

Not all beers or ciders will be available at all times and selection is subject to change.


You are invited to 'The Chapel of The Blessed Barley and The Holy Hop' for the 27th Pig’s Ear Beer and Cider -Festival at The Round Chapel in Hackney from November 30 to December 3.

True or false trivia: Why Pigs Ear? Because it’s Cockney rhyming slang for beer.

General Admission is 3 British Pounds.

Opening hours: Tue-Thu 11-11pm; Fri 11-Midnight

Found out about it thanks to Georgie of Slow Food London...

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