It’s worth keeping an eye on their website for events. Most recently, we attended the 2017 launch of the Bloody ‘Ell Blood Orange IPA which was like a mini-festival with a few hundred craft beer lovers in attendance.
Which beers are on offer?
At the bar, you can buy a six pack of beers from their core range for £12 – for example:
8 Ball Rye IPA (ABV 6.2%)
Black Betty Black IPA (ABV 7.4%)
Lupuloid IPA (ABV 6.7%)
Smog Rocket Smoked Porter (ABV: 5.4% )
Gamma Ray American Pale Ale (ABV 5.4%)
On our most recent visit they were serving Beavertown Says Max Das Intern Bavarian Pilsner (ABV: 4.5%) and Beavertown Brewery’s collab with Square Root Ldn, Bergamonster Hefeweiss (ABV: 5.63%).
But of course we couldn’t miss the Beavertown-Brewdog collaboration Coffee & Cigarettes (ABV 12.1%) which completely lived up to its name – it was like a French breakfast in a can.
In a good way.
Other bits you might enjoy
There’s also a great selection of snacks and street food on offer. Depending on the day, expect to see food and / or nibbles from the likes of Boxty’s (Irish street food), Karkli (lentil snacks), Soffles (pitta chips) and Woza (biltong).
There’s also a strong display of Beavertown Brewery merchandise, including t-shirts, hoodies, beanie hats, glasses and fabric patches, all available to buy.
How to get to Beavertown Brewery Taproom
It’s surprisingly easy to get to the taproom from central London, thanks to the usually reliable Victoria Line, which stops at Tottenham Hale. From there, walk east down Ferry Lane, passing the enormous, vibrantly coloured, student accommodation and cut through Hale Village to get to Mill Mead Road.
You can also take national rail services from Liverpool St to Tottenham Hale.