The London Brewers Market

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The London Brewers’ Market is organised and managed by The Five Points Brewing Company. We champion and celebrate the lively independent brewing scene in London, and we host events that showcase the best beers, from the best breweries, across the capital. Cross the Tracks will showcase not only legends of the Soul, Funk and Jazz, but also some of our city’s most exciting emerging musical talent. We feel that the festival’s beer offering should match that, and showcase a selection of London’s most established and respected breweries, alongside some of the hottest new names just getting hyped in the London beer scene.

The Five Points Brewing Company

Brewing modern classics since 2013, the Five Points are one of London’s largest independent craft breweries.  Based in the heart of Hackney, East London, they have built a reputation for championing flavour, provenance and the community, and their range of award winning beers are unfiltered and unpasteurised. Their XPA (Extra Pale Ale) is becoming a London classic.

Canopy Beer Company

Hidden under the railway arches in Herne Hill, a stone’s throw from Brockwell Park is Canopy Beer Co; a brewery and taproom making small batch beers since 2014. The emphasis is on drinkable, accessible beers made with minimal intervention – no filtration, no finings and no pasteurisation. The beers are big, juicy and jammed full of flavour.

Bullfinch Brewery & Tap Room

Tucked away in an another railway arch in South East London you can find Bullfinch Brewery and Tap. Their contemporary take on craft beer in the UK aims to create unique brews that break away from traditional style guidelines, and their bold, colourfully branded core range always hits the spot.

The Gipsy Hill Brewing Co.

With their iconic branding and simple, full-flavoured brews, Gipsy Hill have fast established themselves as a big presence in London – and beyond. Their sessionable core range pints like Hepcat and Beatnik are great thirst quenchers, and we can’t wait to see what else they bring to the bar.

Mondo Brewing Company

Founded in 2014 by American brewers Todd Matteson and Thomas Palmer, Mondo now makes its home in Battersea. Adventure yet simplicity are at the heart of their core range, and recently completed expansion means they'll be bringing plenty of new tastes to Cross the Tracks 2019.

Bianca Road Brewing Company

Bianca Road Brew Co is a craft brewery based in Bermondsey, South London. Founded in early 2016, they specialise in modern West Coast American style beers which are flavoursome, refreshing and drinkable.

Brick Brewery

Brick Brewery began when founder Ian Stewart started home brewing in his garden shed and since 2013 they’ve been building their brewery in a railway arch in Peckham Rye. The team are inspired by their travels, and their beers showcase the diversity of beers from around the world.

London Beer Lab

Based in Brixton and with the aim of teaching Londoners how to make beer, London Beer Lab opened in 2013 and run a range of workshops and tastings as well as their own brewery. They’re also one of the only venues in London to stock home-brewers with hops, malt and yeast.

Orbit Beers

Orbit began with a road trip in a camper van across Scotland, on a mission to discover beer in the land of whisky. The brewery set up in their railway arch in Walworth in 2014, and has been expanding ever since. They brew beers that are deeply rooted in the European tradition, with a modern approach.

Anspach and Hobday

With their mix of modern and classic flavours, Anspach and Hobday will be showcasing their core range as well as their more unusual experimental and bespoke beers. They’re part of the now iconic Bermondsey beer mile where they brew and pour their range.

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