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is the new detox and where better to retox than at The Duke of Wellington’s Ale festival. The festival starts this Thursday 27th Jan and runs for four whole days. This years festival is Scottish themed – an ode to Burns night, and features over 30 ales and ciders from Scottish brewers – all of which are on tap.

So if you fancy trying out some of Scotland’s finest head on down. Tartan kilts are optional.

Duke of Wellington, 119 Balls Pond Road, Dalston, N1