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Something About Food – Talk

On Wednesday 12th October we are delighted to be hosting the first ‘Something About Food’ talk, a night of discussions about new food culture.  The first event features James Watt, founder of Scottish craft brewery BrewDog, who’ll be looking at … Continue reading

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Kernel Coffee IPA Launch Weds 18th May

On Wednesday 18th May we’ll be hosting a launch party for Kernel Brewery’s new Coffee IPA (Mark II), made in conjunction with Square Mile Coffee.  Evin and Tim from Kernel will be on hand to chat about their latest beer, … Continue reading

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New April Beer Menu

We launch a new seasonal beer menu every 3 months, and the menu for April-June 2011 landed this week.  For Spring we’ve replaced 15 of our 40 bottled beers. Some highlights are Schneider Weisse Aventinus, a cracking, rich ruby 8.2% … Continue reading

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New Beer Menu Lands

We launch a new seasonal beer menu every two months, and the menu for February-March 2011 landed this week.  There are some new draught beers, including Rodenbach and Chimay White, as well as a large selection of new bottled beers, … Continue reading

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Moor Beer

You don’t often see Moor beers outside of Somerset, sales are oversubscribed for good reason.  With an artillery of seven permanent beers, all of which most breweries would give their right arms for, January 2011 marks the time for the … Continue reading

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Kernel Brewery – The New (Old) Taste Of London

Following our November post about the very fine Kernel Brewery, The Independent newspaper recently reafured an article about them, you  can read more details here http://blogs.independent.co.uk/2010/12/17/the-new-old-taste-of-london/ “Sometimes it’s possible to find inspiration in the most unlikely of places. You wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Williams Brothers – Reviving History

Even though Hops were discovered in Bavaria during the 8th century, it took until the 16th Century for them to arrive in Kent.  Hops quickly took hold as the main flavour, preservative, and bittering agent in British beer, and are … Continue reading

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Kernel Brewery – Direct From Southwark, SE1

As big fans, we’re delighted to see bottled beers from Kernel Brewery popping up all over  East London.  In Dalston alone the fine people at both Café Oto and A Little  Of What You Fancy are supporters, and soon we’ll … Continue reading

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