We are back at Field Day London for our third London Brewers’ Market set amongst the festival vibes of one of our favourite events of the summer season, Field Day. Like previous years, we are joined by 10 of London’s finest and most exciting breweries hailing from across the capital, all pouring a selection of tasty beer on draught.
With DJs, bands and artists performing all day and into the evening, come and see us at the London Brewers’ Market for a dazzling array of brews to keep your thirsts quenched and good-beer-pangs at bay. We’ll have something for everyone; from pale ales and IPAs, sours and saisons to pilsners and kolsch, to red ales, porters and stout.
On Sunday, 3rd June, all 10 breweries will also be pouring at the Mighty Hoopla, also in Brockwell Park. It’s a celebration of London’s alternative club culture packed with awesome acts and DJs, bedazzling dancers and flamboyant performers galore.
The Five Points Brewing Company
Market organisers and parent brewery of the London Brewers’ Market, Five Points have been brewing modern, flavourful beer with a commitment to quality and their local community for the past five years. Following the success of last year’s collaborative Field Day Citrus Pale (and those incredibly popular “cat cans”) the team cannot wait to back at the festival once more, and will be bringing the festival feelings with their sessionable and tropical XPA, or crisp and refreshing Pils.
Canopy Beer Company
Hidden under the railway arches in Herne Hill, a stone’s throw from Brockwell Park, you will find Canopy Beer Co; a brewery and taproom making small batch beers since 2014. The emphasis is on drinkable, accessible beers made with minimal intervention – no filtration, no finings and no pasteurisation. The beers are big, juicy and jammed full of flavour.
Bullfinch Brewery & Tap Room
Tucked away in an another railway arch in South East London you can find Bullfinch Brewery and Tap. Their contemporary take on craft beer in the UK aims to create unique brews that break away from traditional style guidelines, and their bold, colourfully branded core range always hits the spot.
The Gipsy Hill Brewing Co.
With their iconic branding and simple, full-flavoured brews, Gipsy Hill have fast established themselves as a big presence in London – and beyond. Their sessionable core range pints like Hepcat and Beatnik are likely to quench some thirsts at Field Day, we reckon, and we can’t wait to see what else they bring to the bar.
Born from a love of music, travel and beer, Walworth Orbit Beers will be bringing their European inspired beers to the festival. Influenced by the delicious beers of Germany and Belgium, Orbit takes classic styles and makes them their own – drinkable, balanced, and totally individual.
If Signature’s mission statement is to improve the quality of beer at live music events, we’re confident that they’ll be pretty chuffed with the beery line-up at this year’s Field Day festival. Solid core beers like their Roadie, an “all night IPA”, are going to be perfectly matched to the two days of festival vibes ahead.
Fourpure Brewing Co.
Inspired by the adventure of their travels, Fourpure’s flavourful and accessible core range makes for perfect festival sipping. Their flavourful series of one-off specials will keep the adventurous at bay, too.
The superb Hackney Brewery return to our festival beer garden once again with their incredible line-up of beer, popular in their East London environs and beyond. Whether its their flagship Kapow!, an American style pale packed with tropical punch, or their new (and delicious) peach sour, Hackney Brewery’s beers are a welcome addition to our Field Day line-up once again.
Anspach & Hobday
Guided by the wave of contemporary craft beer and the illustrious brewing heritage of London, Anspach & Hobday’s vision is to put London back at the centre of the map for beer in Europe. Alongside a delectable core range, they will be bringing some special and seasonal releases to the market, which we can’t wait to try.
Field Day has relocated this year to Brockwell Park, Brixton, and will take place over two days, Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd June. The London Brewers’ Market will be open and serving each day, as well as the Mighty Hoopla on Sunday, 3rd June. Both are ticketed events so you will need a ticket to the festivals to come and hang out at the London Brewers’ Market.
Can’t wait to see you at the bar!