Cider For Beer Lovers
Come down to Hop, Burns and Black, one of London’s finest beer and cider emporiums, on Thursday 6th July as we explore the world of cider through the taste buds of a beer drinker.
We will be sampling some of the UK’s finest ciders, and I will talk through how they have been made and what makes them so special.
Get your tickets here.
See you next week!
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