We're at GBBF!


This summer we're at one of London's biggest beer festivals! 

At the beginning of August and for the first time ever, we will be attending GBBF (Great British Beer Festival), CAMRA’s largest festival hosted at Olympia London! This is the first ever-time they will be serving keg beer in the organisations 42-year history!

GBBF is one of the biggest beer festivals in the Uk and we’re excited to be pouring our range of experimental beers alongside more traditional great British cask beer. This is a great opportunity to showcase our diverse range of keg beers and talk to people about what we do, create and are passionate about. 

We are very humbled to be joining the likes of Magic Rock Brewing, Siren Craft Brew and Tiny Rebel to be showcasing our range of beers poured from the keg!

There will also be a new Learning & Discovery zone in which visitors will be able to sample and compare beer from both cask and keg.

To read more on this story see below for news articles:
Morning Advertiser: https://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/Article/2019/06/03/Craft-keg-beer-allowed-at-CAMRA-GBBF-for-the-first-time 
Roger Protz: https://protzonbeer.co.uk/news/2019/07/22/camra-s-big-ale-fest-rings-the-changes-with-beer-for-all-in-both-casks-and-kegs

We are very honored to have been invited to such a large scale event, pouring alongside our friends at Magic Rock, Siren and Tiny Rebel and we hope that the Pioneer Pavilion will full of people seeking something a little different..  

CAMRA was founded in 1971 and currently has around 200,000 members. The organisation core mission is to promote and advocate:

  • Pubs and clubs as social centres and part of the UK’s cultural heritage
  • The production, availability and consumption of quality real ale, cider and perry
  • The benefits of responsible social drinking’

We look forward to sharing some of our latest beers with an entirely new audience in the UK who are yet to discover the #Wild way we do things.

GBBF // 6-10/8 // Olympia Kensington
Get Festival Tickets: https://gbbf.org.uk/