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14th August 2018

Into the Wild: tasting at Beer Merchants Tap

Come join Good Beer Hunting on September 5th as we head “Into the Wild” with New Belgium Brewing and select friends at the Beer Merchants Tap, London. We’ll be celebrating all things fermentation-based, with a wide selection of beer, cider, wine, charcuterie, cheese and sourdough bread on offer.

Tickets are £35 per head and available via Eventbrite here:


New Belgium Brewing

Burning Sky



Beavertown Tempus Project

Oliver’s Cider & Perry

Garage Project Crushed Wines

Plus food from The Cheese Tasting Company, The Charcuterie Board and Bread by Bike.

New Belgium has never before poured beers from its 20-year-old sour programme overseas, and attendees will be among the first in the UK to try this year’s La Folie, Le Terroir and Transatlantique Kriek releases. There’ll be plenty of other special bottles on hand, courtesy of Burning Sky, Boundary, Cloudwater, Beavertown’s Tempus Project, and Oliver’s Cider & Perry. In another UK first, New Zealand’s Garage Project will also be pouring wines from its Crushed series.

Alongside the bottles, attendees will enjoy a range of artisanal British cheeses presented by freelance cheesemonger Ned Palmer, plus cured meats from The Charcuterie Board and slow-fermented sourdough breads from Bread by Bike.

This will be a relaxed and convivial evening. No tutored tastings and no courses—just turn up, hang out, chat with the producers, and drink and talk to your heart’s content.


Beer Merchants Tap

99 Wallis Rd, London E9 5LN

Further information:

Matthew Curtis

Beer Writer, Photographer & Consultant // UK Editor: Good Beer Hunting


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