The Craft Beer Rising festival returns to the Old Truman Brewery for a fourth year, pouring the very best brews from 150 top exhibitors. Paying bars have replaced the token system but organisers have assured us punters will still be paying lower prices than in the pubs for the 380 plus beers on offer. This year also gives visitors the option of taking their favourites home thanks to take-out license and a new dedicated 'Lost In Cyder Space' area will give cider lovers a bountiful selection of apple-based bevs to choose from. Aside from the alcohol, the event also boasts a line up of live music, cracking street food vendors, talks, tastings and panel debates with industry experts. Tickets start from £15 and include a glass and event programme.
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Sounds like neither of you actually WENT to it, so why leave a review? The £22 includes a £5 beer token and glass, so more like £15. And why would you expect to get in without at ticket when the thing is sold out? What planet are you from mate?
Had so much fun last year, its such a good event and can't wait to sample lots more beers from some amazing small breweries
More beer than you can shake a pint glass at!
Been two years in a row and they have always had great selection of breweries - topped off with some great music. First year i went i saw Mr Scruff, the next Jazzie B. Looking forward to what they have in store for 2016
Craft Beer Rising is a must if you love beers! Great to be able to sample beer of small breweries and the fan favourites! Great day out with friends, enjoying great beers, yummy street food and live music. Looking forward to February 2016!
Ive been to craft beer rising for the last 2 years and i plan on going next year, it was a great day out filled with good beer and street food!
Id recommend to anyone.
This was a total waste of time. The event on the Friday night was sold out. Fine! I turned up at about 9pm thinking I would be able to pay on the door. But the jobsworth on the door wasn't admitting anyone on the night without a pre paid ticket ; even though there were people leaving the event at the time. Rubbish.