Meantime announces return of BrewFest

Beer brand Meantime has announced its three-day BrewFest experience will return to London on 23-25 May.

Meantime's BrewFest returns to London
Meantime's BrewFest returns to London

Held in the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, BrewFest is designed to celebrate modern craft beer and brewing.

The event will feature three main bars, representing craft beer from the UK, America and the rest of Europe. More than 80 draught lines and 150 varieties of beer will be available to sample, while experts will be on hand to suggest beer and food-pairing options.

The Meantime Half Pint Truck will also be on-site throughout the weekend, hosting live music performances from the likes of Will Udall, Jimmy the Dog and Eli Stone Band. 

Richard Myers, marketing director at Meantime, said: "We started BrewFest in 2013 as a celebration of the modern craft beer scene, showcasing the quality beers and brewers from the UK and overseas. Not long ago there were only a handful of breweries in London, and today we see the brewing scene thriving with more than 70 breweries across the capital. 

"The appetite for craft beer in the UK is growing phenomenally fast, and the huge variety of styles becoming available is testament to this piqued interest from the public – BrewFest is our way of celebrating this. Our aim is to bring different styles and flavours from around the globe into one place for people to enjoy in a relaxed environment."

More: ABV Global to launch London Beer Week

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