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The Brewers Market at Canal Mills

28 October 2015
The Brewers Market at Canal Mills
Gone are the summer days of outdoor street food, fighting the pigeons off your gourmet offerings; autumn is a time for indoor markets and Canal Mills packed to the rafters with street food, beer, wine and spirits. The weekend of the 6th-8th of November will be dedicated to quality food and drink including special brews from Zapato Brewery, Northern Monk and pop-ups from Hedonist Drinks and Tall Boys.

The Brewers Market at Canal Mills

The festival is held at popular music and events venue Canal Mills, which is fast becoming as well known for its food and drink markets as its hedonistic music and dance nights. The selection available typifies the diverse Leeds gastronomic scene, catering for all tastes and showcasing some of Leeds’ favourite vendors.

Partnering up with Fourpure Brewing Co, Five Points Brewing Co, Northern Monk Brew Co, Liverpool Craft Beer Co and more, the event will be geared towards sampling wares from the progressive brewing scene with favourites Mikkeller, Firestone Walker and Odell Brewing Co also on tap. If beer isn’t your thing Hedonist Drinks have cocktails, whisky and gin covered with their unique take on spirits. Repping the street food will be wholesome favourites Grub and Grog, joined by Boozy Q Barbeque, The Pizza Fella and Fish& amongst others.

No event is complete without someone spinning the decks of course. Talent comes from Eighty Six, Hide & Seek Records, Anthony Dobson, Body Language DJ’s, Tall Boys DJ’s and Alex & Amy Audio Chronicles. Assembly House will also bring the culture with live art all weekend from their resident artists.

With every £5 ticket comes a free programme and event glass to sample all the brews- and no need to get light fingered with the glassware!

Get your tickets here or pop in to Tall Boys Beer Market, Crash or Jumbo Records for physical copies. More details can be found on the Facebook page.

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Emma is a Freelance Writer for Leeds Living. She has a degree in English literature from the University of Leeds and specialises in writing cultural editorials.