Parmogeddon is back!

Following on from the success of their first London event in June, ParmStar will be back at the Fourpure Brewery in Bermondsey this Friday & Saturday for #Parmogeddon II.

Just like last time, there will be a limited number of whole parmos on the menu, as well as snack parmos, parmo burgers and Aussie parmas. They’ll be serving from 5-8 on Friday and 12-7 (or sell-out) on Saturday. If you’re planning on ordering a whole parmo, try to get there early on Friday or Saturday.

ParmStar use quality English chicken and serve pub-style parmos from their mobile gazebo. They prepare everything from scratch, apart from the freshly baked buns. Come down to taste a proper parmo and choose from a huge selection of Fourpure beers to help wash it down.

Fourpure is the main starting point for the Bermondsey Beer Mile – a string of awesome craft breweries stretching from Bemondsey to London Bridge. If you fancy doing this, here’s a handy guide from our friends at Beer Guide London –

How to get to Fourpure…

I know what you’re thinking, where the hell is the Fourpure Brewing Tap Room?! Well if you put the below postcode into Citymapper, you should find it without much of a problem.

Fourpure Brewing Co.
Bermondsey Trading Estate
Rotherhithe New Rd
SE16 3LL

If you’re a bit old school that’s fine too:

South Bermondsey (Southern Rail from London Bridge) – 5 minute walk
Surrey Quays (London Overground) – 12 minute walk
Canada Water (Jubilee Line & London Overground) – 18 minute walk
Bus – No.1 from Tottenham Ct. Road / Canada Water or No.381 from Waterloo / London BridgeWhen you arrive at Bermondsey Trading Estate, walk in passed Screwfix and tool station until you see a bridge. Head under that and you should be able to see the brewery.

One thought on “Parmogeddon is back!

  1. Prefer the ORIGINAL ‘Europa Restaraunt, Borough Road M’Bro’ Parmo, which was pork. That’s ‘Old Skool’ UTB

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