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Taste of London 2017

Taste of London is back in Regent’s Park later this week, bringing you five days packed full of the greatest food and drink London has to offer. From Wednesday 14th June – Sunday 18th June Regent’s Park is once again being transformed into the food-and-drink-tastic bonanza of the year. You know where to find us.

Taste the world, right in the heart of our very own London town. Whether you’re in the mood for a fluffy little Taiwanese parcel of deliciousness from Bao or Keralan fried chicken (KFC takes on a whole new meaning) from Brixton Market food-heroes Kricket, you’re in luck. You’ll also have the chance to come face-to-face with food idols including Tom Kerridge, José Pizarro and Neil Rankin.

Now, this all sounds like thirsty work, so this year we’re rocking up to Taste of London with not just one bar, but two. Find us in our Half Pint vehicle or make your way to our Beer Buggy for a refreshing pint of London Lager, London Pale Ale, Yakima Red, Cali Pale Ale or Feisty Cali Belg to accompany some cracking food. Make tracks to our Personalisation Stations where you can get your hands on one of our short, dark and handsome new cans with your name on it, and check out our Virtual Reality Brewery Tour to teletransport yourself from leafy Regent’s Park to the heart of our brewery in Greenwich.


So if you like the sound of a long weekend of great food, best enjoyed with a pint of proper beer in the sunshine, what are you waiting for? Get yourself a ticket now and we’ll see you there. https://london.tastefestivals.com/tickets/

But the party doesn’t have to stop there. Every day after Taste of London, the first 50 pints of Brewery Fresh Lager are on us at The Albany, just around the corner. All you have to do is grab a flyer from the Half Pint, take it with you to The Albany and enjoy a pint straight from the tank to your glass – on us. Don’t say we never spoil you…


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