Viva Venn Street! Come and see a tidy collection of London Brewers’ Market vendors at the wonderful Venn Street Market on Saturday, the 25th of March! Enjoy brews from some our favourite London breweries while you peruse the wonderful food and craft stalls at this classic Saturday market in Clapham!
Here’s our line-up of breweries for Venn Street Market on Saturday, the 25th:
The Five Points Brewing Company – The London Brewers’ Market organisers are back and bringing some of their beloved beers along in both cans and bottles. Expect some rarer offerings including their Barrel Aged Railway Porter and latest Old Greg’s Barley Wine!
Howling Hops – Howling Hops are joining their Hackney neighbours along south of the river. Taste some of their brews made in their unique tank bar–the first of its kind in the UK!
Anspach & Hobday – Bermondsey’s own Anspach & Hobday are making a return to Venn Street alongside Five Points and Gipsy Hill. Let’s hope they bring some of their Smoked Porter!
Gipsy Hill Brewing Company – Characterful beers made by wonderful folks, Gipsy Hill will have something for everyone at Venn Street Market. Pick up a few brews in some of their sweet carrying cases for a gift… to yourself.
Brixton Brewery – We’re glad to have Brixton Brewery along for our latest Venn Street jaunt! Their Atlantic APA is a favourite of their tasty range of beers, so don’t miss it when visiting.
Umbrella Brewing – These Holloway Heroes are making alcoholic ginger beer that’s packing plenty of punch! Get a taste of their refreshingly zippy offering to get you in the mood for the warmer weather.
You can enjoy beer on draught from our brewers as well as pick up bottles and cans for take-away to fill your fridge at home.
Get it in the diary! We’ll be operating the same time as Venn Street Market will be running, so that’s 10am until 4pm. Stop by and meet the brewers behind some of your favourite beers, or discover a new local brew!
This is a great event leading up to the London Brewers’ Market at Old Spitalfields just a week later! Both events are free entry, so stop in.