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of Londontheinside will know we’re passionate about two things above all else – quality alcohol and rock’n’roll so Ale House Rock at The Snooty Fox is right up our street!

Ale House Rock, as the name suggests, is a hybrid beer festival and music festival which takes place over four days between Thursday 2nd – Sunday 5th February. 25 new wave craft beers will be available, specialising in some unusual flavours such as plum porter and a jasmine IPA. The Revolutions Brewing Co will also be unveiling ‘Unknown Pleasures’, an ale dedicated to Joy Division.

The music comes courtesy of Des de Moor, a veteran DJ of the 100 Club and current travel writer of the year for the British Guild of Beer Writers who should know a thing or two about both aspects of this event! He’ll be spinning rock and roll, northern soul, and rhythm and blues on Friday night, with 50’s and 60’s specialists The Dirty Water Club.

The Snooty Fox is CAMRA’s pub of the season, so it comes highly recommended for beer connoisseurs!

Thurs 2nd Feb – Sat 5th Feb
75 Grosvenor Avenue, Highbury, N5