Outland Makes a Splash in London’s Craft Beer Scene

BrewLDN team 01st May 2024

April marked the electrifying start of the events season as Outland descended upon Brew//LDN at a brand-new venue nestled by the iconic London Eye, along the picturesque South Bank of the Thames.



Over four action-packed days, with three sold-out sessions, and an abundance of positive energy permeating the air, Brew//LDN’s debut ‘Between the Bridges’ proved to be an unforgettable affair. From the bustling trade events to the spirited public sessions, Outland’s presence added an extra layer of excitement to this already buzzing event.



Alongside our stand were 60 other craft beer exhibitors and breweries, treating everybody’s taste buds to an array of craft beer delights, accompanied by brilliant live music and an enticing selection of street food. Despite Mother Nature’s moody temperament at points (particularly on the Saturday!), throngs of Londoners flocked to the festivities, immersing themselves in the vibrant atmosphere and savouring copious amounts of Outland beer.



Across the four days, a selection of the team chipped in to help us pour hundreds of pints and samples, including members of the Sales, Marketing, Brewing and Logistics teams, plus some bar staff from our Hall and Woodhouse pub, The Old Nick. Shout out to them for the fantastic effort.



On tap, we served pints of out best-selling craft beers, including the West Coast IPA, Hazy IPA, Peach Lager and Coffee Stout, the latter two were particularly popular among the punters. In fact, our favourite quote of the day was… “That’s the best beer I’ve had today”. We’ll take that!



So, that’s a wrap for another year. If you came along and said hello, don’t forget to tag us in your pictures and drop us a follow, we’d love to welcome you to our little online community. You can find Outland on Facebook and Instagram.

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