Hereford & Somerset Cider Takes Over the Taps at The King & Co

Independent Clapham freehouse The King & Co has joined forces with The Real Al Company and Fetch The Drinks for a long weekend tap takeover starting on Thursday 20th August. The cider tap takeover is a special addition to The King & Co’s weekly events schedule, which includes the popular pub quiz and cask ale club on Monday nights, live music on Sunday evenings and a bottomless boozy brunch all weekend.

A perfect complement to what will hopefully be lengthy summer heatwave, the Herefordshire & Somerset Cider Tap Takeover at The King & Co runs from Thursday 20th to Sunday 23rd August (while stocks last). Visitors can sample a selection of traditional ciders and perrys as part of the takeover special offers that include 5 pints for just £20 and 5 half pints for only £10. The first night of the takeover includes a Meet the Maker session. During the evening, guests will be able to experience free tasting sessions and have questions answered by expert cider makers Newton Court Cider and Harry’s Cider.

Regular Monday evenings at The King & Co feature the popular pub quiz that runs alongside the cask ale club, where ales are available for £3.20. The pub quiz is open to teams of up to six people, starts at 8.30pm and costs £5 per team – with the evening’s pot of quiz team entry fees awarded to the winners.

The King & Co is the ideal place to hang out on lazy weekends. Streetfood stars Vinn Goute will be serving their exclusive Tropikal Brunch Wraps on Saturdays and Sundays between 12pm and 4pm throughout August as part of their extended Seychelles kitchen residency. For just £15, diners can upgrade to a Bottomless Boozy Brunch and enjoy bottomless Bloody Marys, Little Hopster Pale Ale or Cava for the duration of their brunch visit. Sundayevenings also feature live music sessions that range from acoustic and blues to sea shanties and folk bluegrass.

Since its launch last September, The King & Co has earned its reputation as a pub with a difference. Located just moments away from the main drag of Clapham Common, this relaxed independent freehouse showcases an extensive lineup of interesting craft beers, wines and spirits, all carefully curated and served with a smile by pub owner Anthony Gunson and his enthusiastic bar team.

Address:
The King & Co
100 Clapham Park Road
London, SW4 7BZ

Bus: 35, N35, 37, 137, N137, 437

Tube: Clapham Common, Brixton
Train: Clapham High Street, Brixton

Event Detail Highlights:

Hereford & Somerset Cider Tap Takeover
• Thursday 20th – Sunday 23rd August
• Featuring Newton Court Cider (Herefordshire) & Harry’s Cider (Somerset)
• Take away bottle offers
• 5 pints for £20
• 5 ½ pints for £10

Meet The Maker
Thursday 20th August 19.30-21.00
• Featuring Newton Court Cider (Herefordshire) & Harry’s Cider (Somerset)
• Free tasting sessions

Weekly Cask Ale Club
• Every Monday
• All Cask Ales £3.30 per pint

Weekly Pub Quiz
• Every Monday. 8pm start
• £5 per team to play (no more than 6 people)
• Pot goes to the winning team
• Spot prizes to be won

Bottomless Boozy Brunch
• Every Saturday and Sunday between 12pm and 4pm
• £15 surcharge to enjoy bottomless Bloody Mary’s, Little Hopster Pale Ale or Cava
• Only valid when ordering food over the value of £7.00 per person.
• Only valid for up to 90 minutes from the moment you are seated.
• Not available in conjunction with any other offer.

August Live Music Schedule:
Sunday 16th: Carmen Carr & The Red Roosters. The King & Co Blues regulars, they can also be seen on the third Sunday of every month
Sunday 23rd: Mackenzie & Bidgood. Another King & Co regular, Sea Shanties and Folk Bluegrass can be also heard from these guys on the fourth Sunday of every month
Sunday 30th: Tommy McArdle. An acoustic session at The King & Co

Contact The King & Co:

Telephone: 020 7498 1971
Twitter: @thekingandco
Facebook: /thekingandco
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