UPDATE – Ticket Availability
We are SOLD OUT of tickets for Thursday – there will not be any available on the door.
There will be at least 100 tickets available on the door on both Friday and Saturday, available on a first-come-first-served basis.
We are open from 5pm on Friday and midday from Saturday, so if you don’t already have a ticket, get down early to avoid disappointment!
Croydon Craft Beer Festival 2016.
On Thursday 17, Friday 18 and Saturday 19 March 2016, Braithwaite Hall at the Croydon Clocktower will host the second Croydon Craft Beer Festival . There will be an amazing array of fresh beers available from more than 40 London breweries, as well as a selection of bottles and cans from around the world.
Over 18 Only Please Drink Responsibly
There’ll be beers from Belleville, By the Horns, London Beer Factory and many other London breweries who are leading this hop renaissance, and not least from Croydon’s very own Cronx Brewery.
Tickets are now on sale for £4 and are available from Freshfields Market (86-88 Church Street, Croydon), The Oval Tavern (131 Oval Road, Croydon), The Wine Cellar (9-10 Station Parade, Sanderstead), Brgr&Beer (Matthews Yard, Croydon) or online (online tickets are subject to a booking fee). Tickets sold on the door will be £5.
Following last year’s successful event, we have changed our ticketing structure. Please purchase tickets for the day that you are going to come to see us. Those with pre-sold tickets will have priority entry!
Our #ccbf2016 breweries. More to be confirmed.
Homebrood 5-6pm Neil Mack Band 7-9pm
Tony Patience 6-8pm 3times7 6.30-8pm Yoka and the Sugarbeats 8.30-9.30
CC Lounge, midday-1pm Tom Janssen 1-2pm Murphy James 2-3.30pm Steve Eggs Band 5-7pm The Old Avengers 7.30-9.30pm
Croydon Craft Beer Festival
The Oval Tavern
The Wine Cellar
Brgr & Beer
Brgr&Beer, with Hoodoo’s Venue, will be hosting a night of beers, burgers, free live music and DJs. The burger boys will also be joined by the mighty Gipsy Hill Brewing and Fourpure Brewing on Friday and Saturday from 5pm operating their very own-pop up bars! Gipsy Hill Brewing will have a brand new beer on offer: ‘Tears of Ra’ Honey and Oat IPA (7%). A big, juicy IPA with an ‘A’ list line-up of hops, 20kg of honey and 50kg of oats. Plus the usual moreish flavours in the form of ‘Beatnik’ Pale Ale (3.8%), ‘Southpaw’ Amber Ale (4.2%) and ‘Hepcat’ Session IPA (4.6%). Bermondsey-based Fourpure Brewing will be serving a brand new American Red Ale dubbed ‘Flat Iron’. Elegantly balanced with notes of caramel, toffee and toasted grains. Fourpure will also be bringing down the usual suspects on keg: ‘Pils’ (4.7%), Session IPA (4.2%) with ‘Beartooth’ (5.3%) cans. Whilst you sip your finest London craft ale, see some of the newest and upcoming live music acts: Thursday 17th Junk Time Party, Mainframes & John Lovell Friday 18th Matilda’s Scoundrels, Chisel Beeches & Daniel Lukes Saturday 19th Coffee Pot Drive, The Frisbys, Drowned Out, Lola Young & Lindsey Simpson
The Green Dragon
It’s all kicking off St Patricks Day! Just down the road from Katherine Street, The Green Dragon is a hot spot for great beer, excellent music, and the makings of an excellent night out. With a line up of 8 real ales always on tap, a brand new selection of 6 world craft largers, as well as 4 real ciders you will be completely spoiled for choice! Thursday 17th Dj Boosh will be hosting our ‘Craic Head’ night featuring Irish music through the years. Friday 18th the weekend kicks off with our fantastic funk and soal evening. Saturday 19th brings our ‘Big Weekender’ night with Dj BushyBeards ‘Weekender’ set. So buckle up for an amazing weekend of craft beer! And don’t forget next weekend from the 25th begins our ‘Slaughter House Cider Festival’ showcasing 20 Nationwide Ciders! Warning: Not for the faint of heart!
The Spread Eagle Pub & Theatre Venue
This year we are rolling out some special limited editions just for the Croydon Craft Beer Festival. We are welcoming a new addition to our crafty family with Fullers IPA on keg, which will refresh the palate with a mild hint of spice. Exclusively for the festival weekend we will be featuring a keg guest, Fullers Montana Red Ale. Using Australian Galaxy hops this beer features a deep and distinct flavour sure to impress and inspire. We will be introducing an exciting new range of bottled craft beers from some of our favourite small breweries from London and further afield. All together with our already extensive range of craft beers, it is looking to be an exciting weekend with something for everyone and every taste.
If you’d like to get in contact with us to know more about the festival or to make any press enquiries, contact:
Contact our press office: Alex Denvir +44 (0)7956 174 258 firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Croydon Council: William Antoniani +44 (0)20 8726 6000 (#88862) Email William