The sun is shining and the beers are on tap — go get 'em, boys and girls. If we've missed any festivals please let us know in the comments!
The Red Lion, Isleworth. More than 50 ales, ciders and perries are available at the May bank holiday festival.
The Alma, Canonbury. Twenty ciders and perries are available at the pub's cider celebration, which also features live music and DJs.
The Kia Oval, Oval. Combine cricket and beer at this five-day festival, which boasts more than 50 beers and ciders. Tickets to watch Surrey's matches and enjoy the beer selection start at £10 when bought in advance (or £5 for CAMRA members), check out the festival poster for full details.
The Green Man, Paddington. The newly-refurbished pub is celebrating with a beer festival that offers 10 real ales as well as many more bottled craft beers.
The Lamb, Surbiton. As part of the Surbiton beer festival, the Lamb will be offering 16 beers and ciders between 12-5pm on both days.
The Kingston Beer and Cider Festival, Kingston Working Men's Club. The 14th incarnation of this festival celebrates the 150th anniversary of Kingston station's opening. Over 50 ales, 12 ciders and perries, food and outdoor drinking spaces are available. Entry is free until 4pm on Friday, thereafter admission prices vary — see the website for full details.
Brewery Tap opening, By the Horns Brewing Co, Earlsfield. The south London brewery is opening a new bar, and to celebrate it's holding a mini festival that features seven of its beers. There will also be beer offers, a BBQ and tasting opportunities, and the festival is open from 6pm on Friday and 12pm on Saturday.
The Forester, Ealing. The pub’s second beer festival features a variety of guest ales from around the country. Entertainment varies from live music and a craft market on Saturday to a quiz on Sunday, and food options include Saturday’s hog roast and the Sunday carvery.
Windsor Castle, Carshalton. Real ales, ciders and barbecue food are on offer at this bank holiday festival, which also features live entertainment throughout the weekend.
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