London Beer Week returns for a second year

18 November, 2015

London Beer Week will return for a second year, following a successful debut this year. 

More than 8,500 attendees took part in this year’s London Beer Week festival activities. Organisers said £50,000 was injected into the London hospitality scene through sales of more than 16,000 LBW speciality serves sold across 100 partnering venues.

This year, organisers hope to increase exhibitor capacity to 150 and increase attendees to 2000 per session. More talks and debates will be laid on and a dedicated cider room will be created.

The celebration of all things beer will be based at The Old Truman Brewery from 22 February 2016. LBW wristbands are on sale now for £10 from www.londonbeerweek.com

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