The Wrong Un JDW, Bexleyheath.

The Wrong Un JD Wetherspoons at Bexlyheath will be hosting a 5 day beer festival from 13th Jan  to 17th Jan (possibly extended) showcasing London Brewers and microbreweries.

The event will start at 6.30pm on the 13th with a meet the brewer – James Yeomans from Hop Stuff Brewery
There will be an informal talk about the brewery and the two ales featured in the festival Pale 4.5% and Fusilier 4.3% plus some food tasters to nicely match the ales discussed.
This will be followed by a charity Pub Quiz,

There will also be a voting booth during the entire festival so you can vote for your favourite ale.

There will be a selection of cask and bottled beers to try.
PORTOBELLO APACHE
7.0% ABV
Portobello Brewery, Portobello. Est. 2012
This strong pale ale has aromas of tropical fruit
and spices, with a malty, bitter flavour, balanced
by fruit hop notes.

SAMBROOK’S PALE ALE
4.2% ABV
Sambrook’s Brewery, Battersea. Est. 2008
This golden pale ale contains spicy and
meadow-herb notes, leading to a pleasingly
sharp, marmalade, dry finish.

THE CRONX STANDARD
3.8% ABV
The Cronx Brewery, Croydon. Est. 2012
This full-bodied British ale is brewed using pale
and crystal malts, with a touch of the darker
malts for depth of flavour.

TRUMAN’S RUNNER
4.0% ABV
Truman’s Brewery, Hackney Wick. Est. 2010
This deep, dark, full-flavoured best bitter, a
modern interpretation of a classic style, is
brewed using five malts and three hop varieties.

BELLEVILLE BATTERSEA BROWNSTONE
4.8% ABV
Belleville Brewery, Wandsworth. Est. 2012
This is a US-style beer, fruity and nutty, with
caramel and toffee from malts and a little
spice from the Bullion and Goldings hops.

BY THE HORNS THE CAPTAIN
5.0% ABV
By The Horns Brewery, Summerstown. Est. 2012
This copper-coloured west coast-style bitter has
been brewed especially for J D Wetherspoon,
with citrus notes and a full, caramel body.

CLARENCE & FREDERICK’S SPECIAL BITTER
4.6% ABV
Clarence & Frederick’s Brewery, Croydon. Est. 2012
This new, deep orange premium bitter contains a
winning, balanced aroma of all-English malt and
hops, with a spicy hop bitterness and aftertaste.

EAST LONDON PALE ALE
4.0% ABV
East London Brewery, Leyton. Est. 2011
This crisp, lighter ale is an excellent session
beer, with a subtle bitterness and an inviting
fruity aroma.

LONDON FIELDS BLACK PATH PORTER
4.2% ABV
London Fields, Hackney. Est. 2011
This beer is a traditional London porter: full
bodied, with generous chocolate and liquorice
notes throughout.

***BOTTLED BEERS***

FULLER’S ORGANIC HONEY DEW
5.0% ABV
Fuller’s Brewery, Chiswick. Est. 1845
This light, golden, Soil Association-approved beer
has a zesty edge and bittersweet flavour, with
the real, organic honey used providing a gentle,
balancing sweetness and refreshing finish.

TWICKENHAM NAKED LADIES
4.4% ABV
Twickenham Brewery, Twickenham. Est. 2004
This outstanding beer, brewed using Celeia,
Chinook and Pilgrim hops, for a luscious aroma,
good body and full flavour, is inspired by the
water-nymph statues in Twickenham’s York House
gardens, known locally as the Naked Ladies.

***real ales featured in the meet the brewer event***
HOP STUFF FUSILIER
4.3% ABV
Hop Stuff Brewery, Woolwich. Est. 2013
This mid-coloured, extremely drinkable
beer has a full flavour, with plenty of malt
and a long, smooth finish.

HOP STUFF PALE ALE
4.5% ABV
Hop Stuff Brewery, Woolwich. Est. 2013
This pale, pleasingly bitter ale has a hoppy,
fresh flavour, leading to a refreshing, long,
dry finish.

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About Mick Gall

Hello, my name is Mick Gall and I hail from Teynham in sunny Kent. I love gardening and ale so I thought I'd try this blogging m'larky. One blog is about all the great ales,ciders,pubs and brewers we have in Kent and Sussex the other is about gardening and wildlife, plus some folklore thrown in.
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