London Brewers’ Alliance Beer Festival returns for 2019

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On Saturday 14 September, the London Brewers' Alliance will descend on Fuller’s Griffin Brewery in Chiswick for the return of the LBA Beer Festival for 2019.

Showcasing more than 50 of London’s best breweries, the festival reinforces the depth and breadth of the London beer scene.

Each brewery will be represented at the event by a brewer, offering a unique opportunity to meet them and ask questions of your favourite brews.

The all-inclusive tickets include entry and unlimited beer to try. Add into the mix some of the best local food traders, and this is going to be a ‘meet the brewer’ event like no other.

London Brewers’ Alliance Beer Festival at Fuller’s Brewery

Saturday 14 September 2019, 1pm – 7pm

An event not to be missed for lovers of beer - from cask ale to craft beer. (Over 18's only).

Get your tickets here.

Fullers Brewery Above

Breweries include:

  • Anspach & Hobday
  • Battersea Brewery
  • Beerblefish
  • Big Smoke
  • Bohem
  • Boxcar
  • Brewheadz
  • Brewhouse & Kitchen
  • Brick
  • Brixton
  • By The Horns
  • Camden Town
  • Canopy 
  • Crate
  • Deviant & Dandy
  • Enfield
  • Essex Street
  • Five Points
  • Fourpure 
  • Friendship Adventure 
  • Fuller's
  • German Kraft
  • Gipsy Hill
  • Goodness
  • Gorgeous
  • Jeffersons
  • Kew
  • London Beer Factory
  • London Beer Lab
  • London Brewing Co
  • Meantime
  • Moncada
  • Mondo
  • Mothership
  • Neckstamper
  • One Mile End
  • ORA
  • Orbit
  • Park
  • Pillars
  • Redemption
  • Reunion
  • Signature
  • Solvay Society
  • Southwark
  • Tap East
  • Three Sods
  • Twickenham
  • Two Tribes
  • Volden
  • Weird Beard
  • Wimbledon
  • Windsor & Eton
  • Zerodegrees

The London Brewers’ Alliance was formed in 2010 as a loose collective of breweries within the M25 to celebrate the resurgence of brewing in London.

Its main object is to promote excellence in all aspects of brewing within London:
by promoting the sale of beer brewed by its members
by promoting its members
by participating in any suitable event that promotes members interests
by co- operating with any other body that is deemed to have similar aims
by supporting the improvement of brewing skills among the membership

Membership is restricted to established commercial brewers within the M25 (plus founder members as previously agreed). Associate Membership shall be available to anyone brewing or intending to brew commercially within the M25 converting to Full Membership after 6 months of commercial brewing.

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