Fuller's In Tandem with World Cycling Revival
We’re pleased to share the news that we’ve partnered with the P&P World Cycling Revival 2018.
Celebrating 200 years of the bicycle, the P&P World Cycling Revival will be hosted in Dulwich Village, London, as a throwback to the Herne Hill Velodrome and its role in the London 1948 Olympics.
The three-day festival brings together bike lovers and avid cyclists, with an exciting blend of competitive events, historical exhibitions, vintage music and premium dining options. Attendees are encouraged to dress up in era appropriate clothing to really bring the heritage of cycling to life.
As official brewing partner, we’ve brewed up something special; Cycling Revival Ale. The beer will commemorate the occasion, and help us celebrate the heritage of cycling (and brewing) in the capital.
From inside the centre-track, our Cask Ale Yard will be serving a selection of our favourite brews, including the specially-brewed Cycling Revival Ale. The likes of London Pride and Frontier will also be available, naturally.
Robbie Whishaw, Events Coordinator for Fuller's, said:
We’re really excited to be supporting the World Cycling Revival - we firmly believe in celebrating heritage.
Fuller’s has been brewing and serving fine ales for nearly as long as people have been riding their bicycles (not at the same time, of course!) Fuller’s is a London brewery, through and through; We’ve been brewing in Chiswick since 1845, so it’s a natural fit.
The World Cycling Revival is going to be a great event to be involved with, we can’t wait to experience the exhibitions, live music and excitement on the track in June
To buy your tickets, and for more information, head to the P&P World Cycling Revival website.