Tucked into the archways under a Southeast London train line lies the Bermondsey Beer Mile: a stretch of six microbreweries which, on Saturday afternoons, draws in craft brew lovers with its siren song of IPAs, rare saisons, and outdoor debauchery. The crowd is large and rowdy, made up of a few stag do's (British bachelor parties), a birthday shindig or two, and more white yuppie dudes than you can shake a stick at. Basically, the mile attracts fans of craft beer who like getting drunk with a purpose—and a destination. And it’s mostly locals, which means if you’re visiting London and what a break from your more touristy endeavors (or you just want to chat with some brits over a few beers), this is an excellent, boozy way to spend an afternoon.
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