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Beavertown Extravaganza Coming to London in September

"70 of the world's top breweries are coming together to celebrate craft beer"

Beavertown Brewery in London, England is clearly inspired by some of the most enterprising and popular modern American craft breweries, and it has invited some of its favorites to an event cultivated by Beavertown on September 8 & 9. The Beavertown Extravaganza will feature symposiums, a food village and beers from Other Half, Trillium, Cellarmaker, Bell's, Firestone Walker, Modern Times and Pizza Port.

The full release from Beavertownis below. Stay tuned for more details.



On the 8th and 9th of September 70 of the world’s best breweries are coming together to celebrate craft beer at Printworks London.

We proudly present - The Beavertown Extravaganza.

We have called upon 70 world-class breweries to bring a selection of their freshest and most interesting beers to the capital. To turn the geekery up to the max we will have several seminars as well as a complete street food village.

Beer, beer beer

Each brewery will serve two taps of beer, which will be rotated over the two days of the event. The beers served have been carefully selected and will be in peak condition, served by the brewers themselves.

Breweries taking part include Boneyard Beer, Firestone Walker, Lost Abbey, Pizza Port, Other Half Brewing Company, Dogfish Head Brewery, Mikkeller, Modern Times Beer, Wild Beer Co., and the list gets better and better (full line up further down). The Beavertown Extravaganza also launches the 2017 Rainbow Project collaboration beers.

Read more about the Rainbow project here: http://rainbow7project.com/

The Extravaganza Symposium

To celebrate the beer and the world surrounding it, we are teaming up with amazing beer adventurers and storytellers Good Beer Hunting to create and host the Extravaganza Symposium, an intellectual initiative that will dig into all the interesting aspects of beer and the life around it. ⠀

With access to some of the most inspiring personalities in the brewing industry, we will dedicate a whole area at the Beavertown Extravaganza to 5 seminars per day. Talks, break-out sessions and seminars curated by top beer journalists will all be taking place during the event. The events will all be recorded and shared on Good Beer Hunting’s website, as well as ours, for the world to geek out over.


KERB - The beer-friendly food village  

Try some of London’s absolute best street food in KERB food village at the Beavertown Extravaganza. There will be the perfect mix of beer-friendly eateries,  carefully picked and curated for you by KERB.


Printworks - the perfect venue  

Printworks London, operated by The Vibration Group, consists of six acres of private gated land, spread over 119,200 sq. ft. Formally the printing press for London’s Evening Standard newspaper, the interior comprises of six vast event spaces, all arranged over multiple levels. The building’s maze of corridors and rooms retain all the original machinery and industrial features from the former printing plant.

Logan Plant, Beavertown Owner Founder said: “We are so excited to finally be planning our very own festival ‘The Beavertown Extravaganza’. Getting a selection of amazing brewers and friends together all under one roof has been a dream since I started brewing back in the kitchen of Duke’s Brew & Que five years ago. The “Printworks London” space is phenomenal and we are lucky to have found a venue that matches up to the stellar brewing talent we are going to fill it with in September!”


The Printworks is a new cultural destination for London. Located in Canada Water, it’s set to become the London’s most exclusive entertainment hub. The former newspaper print works will be home to exhibitions, club nights, screenings, events and festivals. Printworks London is managed by the Vibration Group.



The Vibration Group is a collective of diverse, creative event businesses, specialising in venue management and ownership, production services and consumer facing event brands.



The Beavertown team are driven by a passion for innovation and quality. We are dedicated to brewing beers that create an experience and crave big flavours and character in every brew. Their core range exemplifies their commitment to consistency and excellence whilst their Alpha, Seasonal and Tempus Project show their creative and innovative approach.


Friday 8th September 3pm – 10pm

Saturday 9th September 1pm – 8pm




The Breweries:

3 Floyds Brewing Co.

40ft Brewery

Alesmith Brewing Company

Alesong Brewing & Blending

Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co.

Bagby Beer Company

Basqueland Brewing Project

Brew By Numbers


Bell's Brewery

Birrificio Del Ducato

Boneyard Beer




Brouwerij Alvinne

Brouwerij Kees

Burning Sky

Buxton Brewery

Casita Cerveceria


Cigar City

Cloudwater Brew Co.

Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project

Dieu du Ciel

Dogfish Head Brewery

Dry & Bitter Brewing Company


Evil Twin

Firestone Walker

Firestone Walker Barrelworks

Garage Project

Gueuzerie Tilquin

Hair of the Dog

Hawkshead Brewery

Heretic Brewing Company

J Wakefield Brewing

Jester King Brewery

Lervig Aktiebryggeri

Lost & Grounded

Lost Abbey


Magic Rock Brewing

Mahr's Brau


Mikkeller San Diego

Modern Times Beer


New Belgium Brewing Company

Olivers Cider & Perry


Other Half Brewing Company

Partizan Brewing

Pizza Port

Pohjala Brewery

Pressure Drop Brewery

Redchurch Brewery

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company

Siren Craft Brew

Slim Pickens Cider & Mead

Stillwater Artisanal

Stockholm Brewing Company

Stone Berlin

The Kernel Brewery

Thornbridge Brewery

Three Weavers Brewing Company

To Øl

Trillium Brewing Company

Warpigs Brewpub

Wild Beer Co.

Wylam Brewery


The Dates:    

Friday 8th September 3pm – 10pm

Saturday 9th September 1pm – 8pm  


The Location:           

Printworks London

Surrey Quays Rd, London SE16 7PJ  


Closest tube:

Canada Water (Overground & Jubilee Line)  


The Tickets:

£55 All In tickets

Tickets include: Entry, The Beavertown Extravaganza Glass, ALL OF YOUR BEER*, access to the Talks & Seminars, Booking fee & VAT  

* we've been getting a lot of questions about how much beer “ALL OF YOUR BEER” is. Well, that's up to you. When you walk through the door we'll give you your festival glass and you can take it up to as many bars as you want, and get as many 100ml pours as you want. So, put simply, ALL OF YOUR BEER really means all of your beer.