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Heist Bank Beer Festival

Beer connoisseurs would do well to get themselves along to the Heist Bank Beer Festival this weekend, the 14th and 15th October. The bar in Paddington will be celebrating the finest keg and cask beers known to humanity, from UK brewers, Fourpure, Beavertown, Thornbridge and Wild Beer Co., who will headline, launching special seasonal releases and collaborative brews. Scandi craft beers To Øi and Lervig will be there as will New Zealand’s Yeastie Boys and 8 Wired. All told, there will be 30 breweries and more than 100 beers to sample.

What better than Heist’s own pizza to soak up all the glorious beer? They will be topped with smoked lardo, Birchden Farm asparagus, burnt shallots and cured meats from Hackney-based Black Hand foods. Heist also boasts a fabulous interior with a games room featuring classic Nintendo and Karaoke.

It works like this: Tickets cost £15, which includes a 5-hour session, 2 beer tokens and 1 food token. Sounds good to SEEN…

Heist Bank
5 North Wharf Road
W2 1LA

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