New World beers to debut in London exclusively at CAMRA Great British Beer Festival
A huge range of new world beers from America, Australia and New Zealand are set to debut in London this summer at CAMRA's Great British Beer Festival, taking place at Olympia London from the 8th-12 August.
Sponsored by the US-based Brewers Association, the USA & New World Bottles Bar will showcase more than 100 world class craft beers ranging from saisons and sours to Belgium tripels and barrel-aged stouts. The Great British Beer Festival will be the only opportunity to try this vast selection of American beers within the UK.
Rare visitors include an imperial raspberry stout, an IPA aged in old gin barrels and a rum barrel aged coconut qualdruple.
Adam Dulye, Executive Chef at the Brewers Association said, “The small and independent American breweries at this year's Festival share the story of what is shaping the American craft beer scene today - from the up and coming, sought after brews to the iconic brands that have built the foundation of American craft brewing.
'We will be pouring a vast selection of beers that range from those who have long been in the UK to new breweries currently unavailable in the UK, so don’t miss this unique opportunity to experience high quality, distinctive and diverse American craft beers.”
Ian Hill, Festival Organiser for the Great British Beer Festival, added, “It is fantastic to have such a range and breadth of distinctive international beers available at the Festival. CAMRA is very supportive of fantastic beers brewed abroad, and the USA and New World Bottles bar demonstrates the innovation, flair and creativity of America’s small and independent brewers.
“The Great British Beer Festival represents the best of british brewing, and there no better place to exclusively showcase the best of what America has to offer. Make sure to look out for the bar on B9 in the grand hall of Olympia at this year’s Festival!”