The Brooklyn Brewery Mash Tour will land in London from May 11-15, marking the launch of Brooklyn Scorcher Pale Ale in the UK, a summer pale ale previously available only in the US.
The festival of food, beer and culture will kick off on Wednesday 11 May with a feast event at hot Soho Thai restaurant Smoking Goat, where Brooklyn Brewery chef Andrew Gerson will collaborate with the kitchen team to create a unique menu matched with different beers.
On Thursday, there will be a free show at the church of St John-at-Hackney (a music venue), where Brooklyn Brewery beers will be flowing and music will come from headliners METZ.
Friday will see the tour head to Dalston for an interactive and immersive beer festival called Beer Mansion, with food, art and music. The festival will end on Sunday with a DIY Dinner Party, apparently “combining the best elements of a cooking class, beer tasting and dinner party in one evening”.
The tour will then head on to Stockholm, Paris and six US cities throughout the year.
Feast at Smoking Goat, Wednesday 11 May, 7pm. Enter to win tickets here.
Free show at St John at Hackney Church (artists TBA), Thursday 12 May, 7pm. Free entry with RSVP. Tickets here.
Beer Mansion, Friday 13 at 7pm and Saturday 14 May, at 5pm, £10 with beer included. Tickets here.
DIY Dinner Party with Brooklyn chef Andrew Gerson, Sunday 15 May, 5pm. Tickets here.