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London Beer Week Has Lots Of Vegan Options

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London Beer Week starts next Monday, and vegans don’t have to miss out.

More than 100 of London’s best beer bars and breweries are taking part in the festivities, offering £3 speciality beers and £5 boilermakers. Metro has compiled a great list of speciality and unusual vegan beers available:

  • At Hawksmoor Spitalfields Bar, look for the Oatmeal Chocolate Stout
  • At Well & Bucket, try the Chili Oyster Stot brewed just for this event
  • SMITHS’ of Smithfield Craft Market offers ‘London Smoke,’ an imperial porter
  • Belgo presents St. Bernardus Witbier, a Belgian white beer
  • The Rose and Crown has the best named beer on the list, the Beavertown Gammaray
  • The Finborough Arms offers up N253 Oatmeal Pale Ale, the love child of an Italian Brewer & an English engineer
  • Draft House Tower Bridge wants you to try the Four Pure Southern Latitude, a hoppy pale with tropical notes
  • The Culpeper wants to give you a Big Hug Hibernation IPA, a cross between a wheat beer and IPA
  • The DrinkUp.London Boilermaker Bar (they’re responsible for the event) rounds out the list with their DrinkUp.London Session IPA

To get drinking, you’ll need to get a £10 wristband. They’re available at Sharp’s Brewery London Beer Week Hub in Ely’s Yard, The Old Truman Brewery.

The variety of these vegan options surely deserves a hearty toast! Drink responsibility, friends.

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