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Blackhorse Lane taproom to host Valentines Day bingo

Pretty Decent Beer Company is luring bingo fans with prizes including brewery tours and free pints

Credit: Pretty Decent Beer Co.

Bingo is the new candlelit dinner for two (according to no-one but us) so this Valentine’s Day, grab a date, or your mates, and get yourself down to the Pretty Decent Bingo Club.

The independent brewery and taproom, located on London’s Blackhorse Beer Mile in Walthamstow, is set to host an evening of bingo games.


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Hosted by manager Alex, the taproom says to expect “slightly questionable beer-based wordplay and some less questionable beer-based prizes such as brewery tours, merch, free pints and more!”

Pretty Decent Beer Co. promises 20 taps of Pretty Decent beer flowing, including that week’s Valentine’s special. It’s Not Big Dough will be busy slinging pizzas.

Tickets are just £6 per person and include a pint and three games of bingo. Tickets are available here


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