London Beer Festival Round-Up: January

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By caroliner Last edited 83 months ago
London Beer Festival Round-Up: January

Beer festivals are relatively thin on the ground this month, perhaps giving London’s liver a chance to recuperate after the festive season. What January lacks in quantity, however, it makes up for in quality and there's more than enough beery-goodness to lure you out of hibernation.

13-15 January

The Old Coffee House, Soho: Brodies Beers make a welcome foray into central London with their ‘West End Festival’, which runs from 11am ‘til late on all 3 days. 12 beers will be available, including 6 new collaborative brews that have been made in conjunction with the likes of the Kernel and Redemption. All pints are just £2.99 and a special food menu, featuring the fantastic-sounding ‘Shoreditch Sunshine Sausages’, will also be available.

16th-30 January

The Speaker, Victoria: Busy politicians can recover from their latest Twitter scandal with a selection of Winter Ales at this popular pub. The selection will be on offer throughout the two weeks and more details are due to be published on the website.

20-29 January

The White Horse, Parson’s Green: The inimitable West London pub presents a week of Scottish beers to get you in the mood for Burn’s night. Opening hours are as normal. Slainte!

26-28 January

The Hope, Carshalton: The "Have I Got Beer For You" festival promises 'fine examples of all styles of British beer', and, given their reputation for continually supplying a diverse range of good ales - check out the 'beer cam' on their site -, you can expect a great selection.

Last Updated 06 January 2012