Following six sold-out public cruises in 2019, the London Craft Beer Cruise enters its third season with an expanded programme.

London Craft Beer Cruise

Its 2020 schedule was disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, but 2021 sailings are set to go ahead as planned.

This year’s breweries include Beerblefish, Brew by Numbers, Gweilo Beer, Jiddlers Tipple, Partizan Brewing, Signature Brew, and Vocation Brewing, with plenty more to be announced.

In addition to fantastic beer, guests can look forward to sampling products from other carefully chosen independent producers of craft products, such as cider, cheese, and other foods.

Beer sommelier and founder of the London Craft Beer Cruise, James Kellow, said: “The idea was inspired by my own craft beer-focused exploration of other cities, combined with my love of all things nautical. I thought ‘if someone offered me the chance to explore the beer culture of a city, drinking the best beers from that city while seeing all the sights from a boat, I’d bite their hand off!’”

The #BetterOnABoat hashtag reflects this, as does the hugely positive response from passengers to date. Beer is popular across all ages, cultures, and lifestyles, and the London Craft Beer Cruises aims to be just as inclusive.

The cruises are aimed at every beer drinker, aged over 18. There are four cruise dates in 2021, but each day will have two sessions: one embarking at noon, followed by a second mid-afternoon sailing. Cruises depart from Lambeth Pier (Westminster Tube).

2021 dates

  • Saturday, 24th July
  • Saturday, 14th August
  • Saturday, 28th August
  • Saturday, 11th September

• Tickets (£44 each, to include a souvenir glass and five beers) are available here.

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