The organisers of BrewLDN have announced that the 2021 event will be moving venues, from Old Truman Brewery to Printworks.
The new choice of venue will allow for an expanded offering, including 250 exhibitor stands, 150 independent breweries, an outdoor street food arena and more than 1000 different beers. The event will also include two trade sessions and four public sessions with the capacity for over 10,000 attendees across the three days.
Also new for 2021, BrewLDN will have an outdoor food arena hosting a number of street food traders in addition to an outdoor beer terrace. The event’s brewing and beer industry talks will be expanded for 2021, with a new conference format and dedicated arena offering a programme that covers innovation, tastings, future trends and more.
Jack Fallon of BrewLDN, said: “The move to Printworks from the Old Truman Brewery will enable us to continue in our mission to host an independent beer festival for trade and consumers alike, still showcasing the world’s best brewers, quality street food and a fantastic music programme. The spacious layout at Printworks allows us to easily absorb all the elements of responsible event planning in 2021 as well as expanding our trade conference and supporting the next generation of beer businesses which would not have been possible at our previous home. Meticulous contingency planning ensures that we will be able to run the festival without limiting the content or diminishing customer experience should social distancing restrictions still be required by May 2021.”
BrewLDN 2021 will be taking place at Printworks, London from 20-22 May 2021.