Tag: Beer of the week

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Beer of the Week – Partizan Iced Tea Saison

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Strength: 3.7% Brewed: Bermondsey, London Renowned for their brilliant Pale Ale, Partizan Brewery’s Iced Tea Saison is the latest to tickle our fancy. In fairness, the combination of Iced Tea and Beer does seem like an odd one, but the pair does somehow work ...

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Beer of the Week – BrewDog #MashTag ‘15

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Strength: 10% Brewed: Ellon, Scotland Tired of a market dominated by industrially brewed Lagers and Ales, the team behind BrewDog set up the world’s first crowd-funded brewery in 2007. Now operating from a site in Ellon, just north of Aberdeen, a community of over ...

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Beer of the Week – CRATE Pale

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Strength: 4.5% ABV Brewed: Hackney Wick, London CRATE’s 'Golden' has already been featured as our ‘Beer of the Week’, however, having recently partaken in a bottle of the brewery’s Pale, we have a new favourite. For those unfamiliar with the brewery, Crate was set ...

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Beer of the Week – Green & Pleasant Golden Ale

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Strength: 3.8% ABV Brewed: Kings Bromley, Staffordshire Priding themselves on producing a range of drinks that only use England’s finest ingredients, Cambridge-based drinks company Green & Pleasant have recently added a Cider and Golden Ale to their range. The latter of which is our ...

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Beer of the Week – Oddbins No 5

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Strength: 4.8% ABV Brewed: Southfields, London Arriving just in time for the summer, Oddbins has teamed up with London-based Rocky Head Brewery, set up by Ex Oddbins Buying Director Steve Daniel and a group of friends as a micro-brewery, marking the latest instalment in ...

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Beer of the Week – Beavertown Gamma Ray American Pale Ale

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Strength: 5.4% ABV Brewed: Tottenham Hale, London Not only does Beavertown Brewery adorn the World's coolest labels (see above), their range of Beers is also implausible. Named after the old Cockney name given to the De Beauvoir area of London, where the brand was ...

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Beer of the Week – Roux Brew 2015

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food With 17 choices now on offer, Michel Roux Jr.’s two Michelin-starred Le Gavroche was one of the first quality eateries to establish a Beer List within the restaurant. And off the back of their first Roux Brew, in partnership with Bermondsey’s Fourpure Brewing Co, ...

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Beer of the Week – Brixton Electric I.P.A.

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Strength: 6.5% ABV Brewed: Brixton, London Founded in 2013 by two local couples, inspired by the energy of Brixton, with its history, noise and vibrant mix of cultures and people, Brixton Brewery make beer in the heart of the colourful neighbourhood. Draw on traditional ...

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Beer of the Week – CRATE Golden

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Strength: 3.8% ABV Brewed: Hackney Wick, London Set up in 2012 by a trio of like-minded individuals - siblings Tom and Jess Seaton and business partner Neil Hinchley – CRATE Brewery operates from an old print factory that overlooks the River Lea, in the ...

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