Details of the fourth annual Wandsworth Common Beer Festival have been unveiled.
The event, held at the grade II-listed Le Gothique building, gets underway on March 29 with a special preview evening.
It runs until March 31, open between 1pm and 11pm each day, offering 100 new and hard-to-find beers.
A festival spokesman said: "Every year in the last weekend of March, Le Gothique hosts a beer festival.
"The Wandsworth Common Beer Festival showcases regional and micro breweries from around the country."
Entry costs £4 on the Door, £3 for CAMRA members, with tickets to the preview night costing £25.
The menu includes beers from Dark Star, Ballards, Downton, Thornbridge, Sarah Hughes and Shepherd Neame.
"The dramatic setting in the Grade II listed Great Hall and gardens together with food from Le Gothique restaurant make this a festival with a difference," said the spokesman.
"An excellent opportunity to visit a piece of history on your doorstep."