Free Beer with Beavertown Brewery in Brighton Walking Tour

HUNDREDS of cold beers will be given away this weekend when a brewery hosts a city tour.

Beavertown is inviting the people of Brighton to grab a can of their pint and indulge in a touch of comedy at the ‘tongue-in-cheek’ event.

Tour guides leave New Road at 4pm and stop at Brighton Train Station before ending at The Hare and Hounds at 4.45pm where 50 complimentary pints of Neck Oil are lovingly poured for customers.

Tom Rainsford, Marketing Director at Beavertown, said: “This week we’re heading to Brighton with the hop-on hop-off tour to kick-start your bank holiday weekend.

The Argus: The brewery has become famous for its Neck Oil IPAThe brewery became famous for its Neck Oil IPA

“Look out for our tour guides, who are armed with hundreds of cans. If any of their facts sound too quixotic to be true, that’s probably because they are.”

Beers to enjoy include crisp Super Session IPA Nanobot and Lazer Crush, Beavertown’s non-alcoholic IPA.

Saturday is the only day the Brighton Hop-on Hop-off tour stops.

Beavertown, which started brewing in London 10 years ago, has become famous for its Neck Oil IPA and now brews enough beer to fill more than 10 Olympic swimming pools. Free Beer with Beavertown Brewery in Brighton Walking Tour

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