The London Brewers’ Alliance, Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) and Craft Beer Cares have teamed up to create a new London beer festival.

Love Beer London will take place in an event space just behind King’s Cross Station from February 13 to 15 and will be staffed by volunteers, with proceeds going to charity.

It will feature donated from more than 100 of the best breweries in London and the South East. It is being organised by Jaega Wise (pictured), head brewer at Wild Card Brewery and an elected director for SIBA in the South East.

Jaega said: “Over the last ten years the brewing scene in London has gone from strength to strength and, in my opinion, is now one of the most exciting beer cities in Europe, with more breweries springing up in communities across the capital every few months.

Broad range of breweries and beer styles

“With Love Beer London we are bringing together all of the best breweries from across London and the South East into one huge new beer festival, serving a broad range of beer styles of the highest quality in an amazing event space just behind King’s Cross station.

“It’s the first time that SIBA have partnered with the London Brewers’ Alliance and we’re hugely excited about the broad range of craft breweries and beer styles that will feature at the festival, so as well as modern hop-forward IPAs and pale ales, there will be lots of traditional bitters, porters, and stronger English ales, as well as speciality and mixed-fermentation beers. It genuinely will have something for everybody.” 

• Tickets are priced at £12 per session and include a branded glass, with beer set to be priced at £2 per half pint, with some high-ABV exceptions at £3 per half pint. For more information or to buy tickets, visit

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