Craft Beer Rising announces 2016 return to London

03 November, 2015

Craft Beer Rising is to return for its fourth year during London Beer Week next year.

Organisers are expecting to have over 600 beers on offer from some 150 domestic and foreign brewers, making the rebranded CBR London 2016 the UK’s biggest craft beer festival.

The event will take place on February 26 and 27 at The Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane, London EC1.

For the first time, customers will be able to visit a dedicated cider area called ‘Lost In Cyder Space’, as well as sample street food and listen to music alongside the debates and talks.

Daniel Rowntree, director and founder of CBR London 2016, said: “CBR has become the highlight of the industries beer trade calendar particularly for those interested in discovering new breweries, new product launches, and sharing industry information and contacts.

“We are proud to provide a platform for brands to launch new beers and in 2015 that included, Adnams, Fourpure, Hiver, Ilkley, and Beavertown. We also saw the launch of breweries and producers including Bedlam, Mondo and Hawkes Urban Cider.”

This year, over 1,300 industry people attended the event’s trade day.

General application tickets will be available from November 5, 2015.

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