Organisers of the London Craft Beer Festival, due to take place on 27th and 28th November, have been forced to cancel because of the tier 2 restrictions introduced in the capital.
They said: “We have been working tirelessly, adapting to new rules, shapeshifting into an event that passes the many and constantly changing criteria to get the go-ahead. In September, we held a fantastic festival in Bristol, which only gave us more hope of pulling off an exciting event in London. We are gutted beyond belief to not be able to host you this year.
“On a positive note, we’re delighted to say that London will be back on 13th to 15 August, 2021, at Tobacco Dock. This will be London Craft Beer Festival bigger and better than ever, with more breweries, more food, more people and more space.
“We will also be working hard on a winter edition in 2021, so keep your eyes peeled for news on that. We’ll be going into 2021 with a bigger determination than ever to celebrate the world’s finest beverage. We can’t wait to host you for what we know will be an emotional reunion.
“We’re asking everyone to support us through this moment, as per our previous T&Cs, every ticket for this year’s festival is valid for 2021 and 2022. We’ll be making it up to all ticket holders with special brewery surprises in 2021. If you cannot make those dates you can also transfer to any other of our festivals, and use it as credit for our new craft beer music festival, Bigfoot.”
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