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Over the last few months the Pigs Ear team have put a lot of work into organising a Covid safe Pig’s Ear for December 2020, but sadly the new Tier 2 restrictions have made it impossible to run an indoor beer festival at this time. So, for now, we have had to postpone this year’s Pig’s Ear, but we have everything ready to go and will be reviewing the situation constantly to see if we can bring you a festival earlier next year… In the meantime we urge you to support your local pubs and breweries in any way you can.     

NEWS

Brewery History Society Website.  Back in the day our branch produced a local newsletter named unsurprisingly enough, Pigs Ear. Here is the Nov/Dec 1981 edition. The latest London Drinker is available here. CAMRA London Pubs Guide. Branch Awards 2020 and Presentation dates. The Winners are- Pub of The Year Northcote Arms E11. Cider Pub Of The Year The Cock Tavern E8. Community Pub Of The Year The Pembury Tavern E8. Club Of The Year Leyton Orient Supporters Club E10. Thanks to everyone who voted for these and the other nominated pubs. Here is a list of the pubs reopening dates that we have to date (July 06). London Beer & Pub Guide.

Beer Barrels and Brewhouses

Is a new publication on forgotten East End breweries. See here.   Do you know of any clubs not on this list?   

BUY BEER?

CAMRA has launched a campaign titled Pulling Together see below. Support your local during this crisis Pubs, breweries and taprooms are fighting for their very survival against the Coronavirus. Many are finding different and innovative ways to help their business weather the crisis. Whether this is by launching hot food deliveries, encouraging locals to buy ‘gift cards’ for the summer or crowdfunding, there are plenty of ways that you can help support your favourite local business. Below is a list of breweries and others who are delivering beer Pretty Decent Brewery visit their website Click Here ELB, For orders (Bag in Box 35 pints Bottles or cans either call the brewery on 02085390805 or email. Howling Hops (Cans) Queens Yard, Hackney Wick, London, E9 5EN Tel: 0203 583 8262 We can send you the prices that have been sent to us for ELB and Howling Hops, on request.  To order from Husk Brewery click here They're delivering beer (currently a choice of Derelict IPA and Ginger & Juniper Saison) within a three-mile radius of the brewery (E16 2AA).  Deliveries to north of the river, Saturday between 2 - 8pm and south of the river, Sunday 2 - 6pm. All beer comes in 2 Pint containers. No in store pickup available. Signature Brewery Website Pillars Brewery Website. The Mechanic brewery deliver (there is a distance limit) or you can collect, Saturdays only, call 07410910810 5 Points Webshop Orders – Home Delivery. Free delivery for orders over £50. Shop Here. 5L Mini Casks now available visit their Website. Trumans (CAMRA members receive 10% discount) Shop Here.   The Stag And Lantern E4 are now delivering beer and selling real ale via click and collect. Visit their website Click Here  People living in Waltham Forest (E10, E11 and E17 postcodes) can get fresh beer delivered in reusable growlers from local, independent breweries each Friday evening. The beer is delivered in 3.3 pint growlers between 6-9 each Friday evening by a local zero emission courier service. Click here to shop This link, lists many of the breweries in London  that will deliver. If anyone knows of other sources of beer, please let us know and we will include the details in future newsletters
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