The Wanstead Beer Festival – which will take place this weekend (Saturday 14 October) in the halls of Christ Church – has sold out.
“The beer festival has proved very popular, with the tickets literally going like hot cakes,” said a spokesperson.
Among the highlights on the drinks menu is East London Breweries’ Walthamstow Green Hopped Pale Ale, created annually from hops grown by local enthusiast’s.
There will also be a chance to sample Cowcatcher from ELA, a timely drink, coinciding with the long-horn cattle being released into Wanstead Park.
Other options include the award-winning Harvey’s Best Bitter from the renowned Sussex brewer, Walthamstow based Beerblefish’s Lee Valley lager, or if you fancy something a bit stronger, Infinite Improbability from the same brewer.
Plus don’t miss out on Pretty Decent’s cryptically named I Could Get Better In T*sco For A Quid.
And Hammers fans will be keen to try out Pride of Prague – brewed to mark the famous Europa Conference final victory in June.
For more information, visit wnstd.com/beer