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Craft Beer Co's 'Craft 100' festival returns

By James Evison contact

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Craft 100 at Craft Beer Co's Clapham site from 6-9 October 2016
Craft 100 at Craft Beer Co's Clapham site from 6-9 October 2016

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One of London's biggest pub beer festivals Craft100 has returned for a second year at The Craft Beer Co's Clapham site.

Last year more than 4,000 people attended the festival and drank a whopping 10,000 pints.

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For this year's festival, due to be held between 6-9 October, the organisers have assembled a list of breweries, including Thornbridge, Magic Rock, Tiny Rebel, Wild Beer Co, Beavertown, Siren, and The Kernel, amongst others. 

A number of US brewers like Hoppin’ Frog, Evil Twin and Jolly Pumpkin, as well as international lambics from Oud Beersel and Cantillon, will be on offer. BBQ burgers from Forty Burgers will also be on offer. 

Managing director of the Craft Beer Co, Martin Hayes, said: “The Festival is now in its third year and keeps getting bigger and better.

'Great craft brewers'

"It’s great having the idea for these types of events, but they’re only possible because of the efforts and commitment of the great craft brewers we work with and buy beer from, day in and day out, so cheers to them for making the dream a reality.”

“This is truly a celebration of great beers from around the UK alongside some very special guests from across the globe”

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