N1 Centre plays host to a celebration of London's finest ales

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By BecciGould at 17:01 on 16/01/14

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The Glass Works' hosts The London Ale Festival, from 27th-31st January

The N1 Centre in Islington is brewing up a treat for ale drinkers this January as it welcomes The London Ale Festival. The Glass Works in the N1 Centre is playing host to the festival from 27th-31st January.

Visit JD Wetherspoons' The Glass Works and try a selection of the finest home-brewed ales from across London from £1.99. Favourites include the Belleville Battersea Brownstone, a US-style beer, and the East London Jamboree, an English-hopped golden ale. If it's bottled beers you're looking for, try Fullers' Organic Honey Dew - a light, golden, Soil Association-approved beer with a zesty edge. Alternatively, why not try Twickenham Naked Ladies, described as having 'good body and strong flavour'.

Lynne Glover, N1 Centre Manager, says: "We're really looking forward to the London Ale Festival coming to The Glass Works later this month. Come along during the last week of January and raise a glass to some of the best beers in the city."

The festival, which runs across London until March 2014, features 12 London breweries and 22 of the city's favourite home-brewed ales.

For further information visit http://tinyurl.com/bltpmn4

Date: Monday, January 27, 2014

Repeats: Every Day until Friday, January 31, 2014

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