29th March – 1st April 2013
£3.50 pint/£1.75 half/£1.20 third
Meet the Brewers
Saturday: 2pm – Head in Hat Brewing
3pm – By The Horns Brewing
4pm – Weird Beard Brewing
Sunday: 3pm – Late Knights Brewing
4pm – Shamblemoose Brewing
By The Horns “Hop Sonnet” 5.4%: A 14 hop monster brewed by GM Justin and AM Chris with the by the horns boys. Limited edition brew!!
Late Knights “Hairy Dog” 6.0%: A fantastic black IPA from our most local brewers (Penge) .this is full of caramel, pine and malts. Very tasty
Brodies Beers “Kiwi” 3.8%: A blend of Australian Galaxy Hops with NZ Nelson and Motueka hops make this a huge hoppy beer with plenty of passions fruit aromas
London Fields “Love not War” 4.2%: A lovely red ale this is full of summer fruits and caramel flavors. This brew was created during the Tottenham riots, hence the name.
Hackney Brewing “American Pale Ale” 4.5%: Lighter than your traditional APA this variation is brewed with plenty of America aroma hops and has a rich malty base.
East London Brewery “Orchid” 3.6%: This dark mild has a great mahogany look to it with definite hints of vanilla.
London Brewing “Waterlow Gold” 3.9%: A golden pale ale that you would normally never find anywhere outside The Bull in Highgate. Certainly one of my picks of the festival.
Crate Brewing “Best” 4.3%: Golden best bitter with dry toffee bitterness
Ha’Penny “London Particular” 4.0%: Dark brown with a slightly burnt treacle aftertaste
Portobello “Star” 4.3%: Classic best bitter from these new up and comers with a lovely malty taste and a hint of caramel
Beavertown “Neck Oil” 4.3%: A brilliant best bitter with lots of spice aroma and a tangy finish
Howling Hops “Pale #4” 3.8%: A delicious 2 hop pale ale from the brewery based in the Cock Tavern this is one that you won’t normally find outside of their pub
Shamblemoose “#4 American Brown Ale” 5.5%: American hops give this a great citrus hit and then blends with rich, dark, malty caramel tones.
Weird Beard “Miss the Lights” 5.8%: A clean, bitter IPA with loads of fruity hops. Just like an IPA should be
On The Bar
London Fields “Black Path Porter” 4.2%: A malty black brew full of coffee and chocolate
London Fields “Triangle IPA” 6.0%: Columbus, Centennial and Chinook all combine to make this one of the best IPA’s going round.
Twickenham “Vanguard” 4.1%: A blend of dark and crystal malts gives this amber bitter a perfect malty balance
Brodies Beers “London Fields Pale Ale” 4.0%: The lightest of English malts and 3 different “C” hops makes this the perfect session bitter.
Brodies Beers “Bethnal Green Bitter” 4.0%:.Maris Otter and Crystal Malt in the mash, Brambling Cross and Styrian Goldings in the copper. The quintessential English bitter
East London Brewing “Jamboree” 4.6%: A golden beer using only English hops with a blend of lager, pale and wheat malts give this a brilliant mouth feel
Windsor & Eton “Irish Treetops” 6.5%:.A traditional dry export stout which, in its own right, is amazing but the brewers have added an extra kick by putting in a bottle of Irish whisky!!
Clarence & Fredrick’s “Golden Ale” 3.8%:. Citrus aroma with grapefruit bitterness gives way to a dry bitter aftertaste
Clarence & Fredrick’s “IPA” 5.2%: .Authentic IPA with fruity aroma, warming malts and solid English bitterness
Clarence & Fredrick’s “Smoked Red” 5.1%: Delicately hopped with a rich smoked malty flavor.
Late Knights “Ol Red Eyes” 4.5%: Lovely amber colour ale with sweet cherry and cranberry notes.
Late Knights “Hop o the Morning” 4.2%: A nice treacle dark beer with not to many hops as to allow the roast stout character to shine through
Cronx “Chilli Entice” 5.2%:.A dark, robust porter with hints of coffee and bitter chocolate with a punch of chilli added just for us.
Cronx “Kotchin” 3.9%: Smooth blonde ale brewed with cascade hops. The same as you will get at Selhurst Park as “Palace Ale”
Twickenham “Honey Dark” 4.8%: This strong dark beer has loads of coffee and chocolate all balanced out with a hint of honey.
Twickenham “Spring Ale” 4.4%:. Green coloured hoppy ale with big fresh fruity taste
Redemption “Urban Chief” 5.2%: A mix between their Big Chief IPA and the Chestnut Urban Dusk this is a special brew just for us!!
Moncada “Ruby Rye” 5.2%:.A robust ruby ale made with rye and complimented with a fruity hop aroma.
Head in Hat “Bee Keeper” 5.3%: Pale in colour and very lightly hopped combined with high fermentable honey sugars
Weird Beard “Mariana Trench” 5.0%:.A riot of mango of passion fruit on the nose when the best of American and NZ hops clash in the APA
Weird Beard “Black Perle” 4.5%:This milk chocolate stout is full of coffee beans, roasty malts and milk sugars. Perfect breakfast stout!!
By the Horns “Hop Slinger” 6.9%:.The lads latest edition of the hop slinger range is a 4C American Pale Ale with plenty of punch.
Head in Hat “Tommy” 4.2%:.An IPA brewed to a tradition 1914 recipe. Must try!!
Moncada “Stout” 5.8%: This dark, velvety stout with roasted malts is a rare brew from the Moncada boys. My stout pick of the weekend.
Redemption “Rock the Kazbek” 4.0%:. Redemptions limited edition golden bitter is slightly citrus to begin with then a smooth sweet finish.
Windsor & Eton “Brew 440” 5.8%: Collaboration with Steve Scmidt (Meantime brewer) this Red Rye is full of bread crust flavours and hopped with new US hop El Dorado.
Friday : Emile Gerber
DJ till 2am
Saturday Casper and the Howling
Boom Boom Booms
DJ till 2am
Sunday: Good as Gold