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London Craft Beer Festival to take over Wapping’s Tobacco Dock for the weekend

PUBLISHED: 14:00 02 August 2018

The London Craft Beer Festival, which will be held at the Tobacco Dock in Wapping for the first time this year. Picture: London Craft Beer Festival

The London Craft Beer Festival, which will be held at the Tobacco Dock in Wapping for the first time this year. Picture: London Craft Beer Festival

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A craft beer festival is being held in Wapping for the first time.

The London Craft Beer Festival has been running for six years, and this year, will be held at Wapping’s Tobacco Dock warehouse.

Sixty-five international brewers will be showcasing their products alongside food stalls and live DJ sets.

Festivalgoers will sample an unlimited number of 100ml tasters, with 100 types of beer to choose from.

Hercules and Love Affair, Everything Everything, Two Door Cinema Club and Toddla T will be among the artists soundtracking the festival, and there’ll be food stalls to soak up the hops.

There are also fringe events happening across the city in the days preceeding and during the festival.

The festival begins on Friday. Day tickets for Friday and Saturday are valid from 11.30am until 4.30pm, while evening tickets cover 6-11pm. Sunday’s ticket covers 12-5pm.

To buy tickets and see the full list of fringe events, visit londoncraftbeerfestival.co.uk.

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