The Beer - 2018 | The London Bierfest - 17th & 18th October 2019 - Old Billingsgate Market

The London Bierfest - 17th & 18th October 2019 - Old Billingsgate Market

London Bierfest

17th - 18th Oktober 2019

Old Billingsgate Market

The Beer - 2018

Bitburger - official beer supplier to the London Bierfest 2018

Bitburger Premium Pilsner

Bitburger Premium Pilsner

Germany’s number one draught lager, brewed exclusively at source in the German town of Bitburg, in accordance with Germany’s ancient beer purity laws, using only four ingredients - barley, finest dry Bavarian hops, pure clean Eifel mountain water and yeast from their own pure culture sources. When you savour the result - the refreshing taste and the strong hoppy flavour - you’ll understand why Bitburger is considered something of a rare gem amongst beers.


Wernesgruner Pilsner

Wernesgruner Pilsner is brewed in accordance with the 1516 Reinheitsgebot (German purity law) using crystal clear water from the Erzgebirge-Vogtland Naturpark which helps to give the beer it’s elegant character. Wernesgruner is a 4.9% abv golden yellow pilsner with a light hoppy taste and fresh, zesty liveliness.


Köstritzer Schwarzbier

The Köstritzer Schwarzbier is an exceptional, speciality black beer. It has a light and sparkling character, well-rounded by a mild hop flavour. Barley malts give a distinctive flavour and delicate aroma.



Benediktiner is an amber-coloured quality wheat beer which boasts a unique fruity tingly character with a balanced hoppy bitterness. Its traditional recipe originates from the ettal monastery in Bavaria.

Benediktiner Hell

A full-bodied, crystal clear lager with sweet aromas and a well-balanced interplay of malty sweetness that lingers pleasantly.

Konig Pilsner


König (the German word for ‘king’) is one of Germany’s oldest and most popular Pilsner beers. Pale gold in colour, it has a light, refreshing taste and distinctive hop aroma.

Bitburger Drive (Low Alcohol)

A genuine Bitburger beer, with all the pils flavour and only a ‘bit’ of alcohol. The impressive taste is due to it being brewed in exactly the same way as the full strength Bitburger Pilsner. Only when the beer has matured completely is the alcohol gently removed - leaving a fresh-tasting pils.