Great British Beer Festival

It's nearly time for CAMRA's Great British Beer Festival, where Broken Dream was announced as the Supreme Champion Beer of Britain in 2018. 

We're super excited to be going back with an awesome line-up of beers, and here's your chance to join us. 

We've got 5 pairs of tickets to give away! 

Winners will get free entry to a session of their choosing, as well as one of the first available Siren T-shirts with our new branding. 

How to enter...

It's simple, we want you to tell us about the first time you tried Broken Dream! whether it was a can, or a bottle, on keg or on cask... we want your stories! 

Tweet to us @sirencraftbrew or reply on Facebook!

Competition closes, and winners are announced on 31st July!

Our Beers

This year, we've worked on a tasty little line-up that we think you're all going to love: 


Broken Dream: 6.5% Breakfast Stout (Champion Beer of Britain 2018)
Undercurrent: 4.5% Pale Ale
Yu Lu: 3.6% Session Pale Ale
Suspended in Azacca: 4% Hazy Pale Ale


Soundwave: 5.6% IPA
Suspended in Azacca: 4% Hazy Pale Ale
Futurist: 4.8% Gluten Free Session IPA
Calypso: 4% Dry-Hopped Sour
Cali Power Smoothie: 7.2% Fruit Smoothie IPA
Castilian Lemon Cheesecake: 6.2% Juicy Lemon Sour IPA
Translucid: 8.5% Kviek IPA
Hold The Line: 8.5% IPA
Broken Dream: 6.5% Breakfast Stout
Bourbon Turkish: 11.5% Bourbon Barrel-Aged Coffee Stout
Oats on Oats: 7.2% IPA

Key Information

What: The Great British Beer Festival is one of the biggest, most exciting and well-known events in the beer and cider world. Organised by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) it brings hundreds of real ales, international beers and real ciders and perries under the iconic Olympia roof.

2018 featured over 400 breweries and more than 1,000 beers, ciders and perries.

There's also an exciting and varied range of street food and snacks, including veggie/vegan and gluten-free options, live music and beer talks/seminars. 

Where: Olympia London, Hammersmith Rd, Hammersmith, London W14 8UX

Providing a stunning backdrop of grand Victorian architecture for over 130 years, Olympia London has enjoyed a colourful history since opening its doors to the public in 1886. The Great British Beer Festival first moved to Olympia in 1992, and with a short break at Earls Court the venue has now been home to the festival since 2012. We’re excited to be bringing you some incredible beers this year at one of London’s most iconic venues.

Get directions and more info here: GBBF Information


Tuesday 6th August – 12 noon-5pm (Trade Session)
Tuesday 6th August – 5pm-10:30pm (Public Session)
Wednesday 7th August – 12 noon-10:30pm
Thursday 8th August – 12 noon-10:30pm
Friday 9th August – 12 noon-10:30pm
Saturday 10th August – 11am-7:00pm
Last Admission: half an hour before close.

Floor Plan: