St. George's Beer & Song at Pickwick Pubs

The English Way!

Why should you celebrate St. George’s Beer & Song with us?

  • Free beer tasting hosted by our very own beer sommeliers
  • Award winning beers from Batemans Brewery
  • Live Music from the talented UK duo Brüder Fërns
  • Toast to the legacy of St. George
  • Celebrate with your friends & make new ones 😊


Save the Date! You don't need to make a reservation, just drop in.
  • Zurich, Thurs. 18th April
    (From 19:00)

    Baden, Fri. 19th April
    (From 19:00)

    Basel, Sat. 20th April
    (From 19:00)

    Luzern, Tues. 23rd April
    (From 18:30)

    Bern, Wed. 24th April
    (From 17:30)

    Zug, Thurs. 25th April
    (From 19:00)

Batemans Brewery Beer Tasting

Batemans are award-winning craft brewers. Here’s a glimpse of what awaits you:

Triple XB (XXXB)

With three malts and three hop varieties, Triple XB is bursting with aroma and flavour. The delicate aroma of biscuit and fruit unleashes a distinctive peppery, fruit flavour, which is followed by earthy hops and a dry maltiness.

Skull & Hammers

This pale, hoppy small batch American IPA is brewed and dry hopped with a blend of Chinook, Cascade and Citra hops to produce an aromatic nose, citrus taste and piney finish.

Combined Harvest

The original multigrain beer, Combined Harvest is brewed with pale barley malts combined with wheat, oats and rye malts. It hits the mouth with a wonderful quenching flavour full of hops, citrus fruits and biscuit malts.

Victory Ale

Victory Ale is brewed with pale and crystal malts and hopped with English Goldings and Challenger varieties. A distinctive, peppery hop and bitter orange aroma is followed by big hops and fruit flavours with a lingering hop bitterness.

Batemans brewery beer for the beer tasting on St George Day

England's patron saint

The life of St. George is shrouded in mystery. Born in Asia Minor he became a tribune in the Roman army under Emperor Diocletian. When the Emperor waged war against the Christian religion (AD 302), St. George resigned and complained to the Emperor. He was consequently tortured and executed. He became the patron saint of England in the 14th century and it was at the battle of Agincourt that Henry V. said: «God for Harry, England and St. George».

St. George is often depicted fighting a dragon, good against evil. The emblem of St. George is a red cross on a white background and St. George’s Day has always been an occasion to celebrate with great feasting and drinking!

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