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 Westminster Pier on the Embankment at noon on Saturday the 14th of April, and spend a good four hours boating down the river. On board, you’ll find over a dozen or so breweries repped, including Beavertown, CRATE, Gipsy Hill, The Kernel, Weird Beard, and more.
Your ticket will net you tasters from any 6 of them you’d like (after which you can quaff a pint or two from anyone), 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, spirits, and cocktail-ing options, too.
Whatever floats your boat.
NOTE: The London Craft Beer Cruise takes place on April the 14th, from noon until 4pm. Tickets cost £39 and are available right HERE.
Like beer right by the water? Then head to a CRATE Brewery Tour…