London Craft Beer Cruise | A Craft Full Of Craft
Water, water, every where,
Nor any drop to drink
-The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, 1798
Clearly, Samuel Taylor Coleridge never went on a Craft Beer Cruise down the Thames.
And he really missed a trick by not going on one, because it’s basically like a mini, floating beer festival that takes place in the presence of some of London’s finest scenery.
It’ll depart from the docks at Festival Pier on the Southbank, and spend a good four hours boating down the river. On board, you’ll find their pick of London’s best breweries repped and hooked up on draught.
Your ticket will net you 5 generously portioned tasters (about a third of a pint), after which you can quaff a pint or two for £2.50 a pop. You’ll even get your own souvenir tasting glass to take home. There’s a pop up kitchen on board if all that river air whips up an appetite, and if for some reason you were dragged on board and don’t possess a fierce craft-lust, then they’re promising a few wine, ciders, and craft cocktails from Longflint, too.
Whatever floats your boat.
NOTE: The next London Craft Beer Cruises takes place on 13th July, 10th August and 7th September, from 12.30 until 4.30pm. Tickets cost £38 and are available right HERE.
Like beer right by the water? Then why not kayak to CRATE Brewery…