Beavertown

Beavertown Brewery

Beavertown Brewery

About Beavertown Brewery

Beavertown was the old cockney name given to the historic De Beauvoir area, famed across Victorian London for its ale houses, local breweries, rich characters and infinite revelry. The original Rock ‘N’ Roll neighbourhood. The founders of Beavertown Brewery were drawn together by the past and future calling of old Beavertown, and by a simple mission: to make some damn fine ales.

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Brewed by Beavertown Brewery

Beavertown was the old cockney name given to the historic De Beauvoir area, famed across Victorian London for its ale houses, local breweries, rich characters and infinite revelry. The original Rock ‘N’ Roll neighbourhood. The founders of Beavertown Brewery were drawn together by the past and future calling of old Beavertown, and by a simple mission: to make some damn fine ales.

Picture sucking a few of these down in front of the barbecue in a park on a sun-shiny day – that’s this beer’s raison d’etre. Light, crisp and refreshing with punchy notes of citrus peel and light pine, Neck Oil is nicely balanced with slightly sweet biscuity malt throughout, finishing with a medium grapefruit bitterness. And at 4.3%, this is surely one you can sit on all day.

The concept was to create a juicy tropical beer. A brew you can sit on and drink all day, rammed with juicy malts and huge tropical aromas of mango and grapefruit. Massive additions of whole leaf American hops are added in ever increasing numbers at the end of the boil giving huge hop flavour. The beer is then dry hopped for days, driving the punchy aromas so you can smell it from miles away!

Is it a black IPA, a hoppy stout, a Tottenham Hale Porter? many people are unsure how to categorize this one but what we do know is that this is a mighty fine brew and magnificently balances rich dark chocolate with citrusy hops.

A mash up of spicy Rye and zesty Hops, 8 Ball is one of Beavertown’s first recipes to make it out of the kitchen. It was first made using old pool balls to weigh the hop sack down in the beer – hence the name.

Jet black yet light and hoppy – Black Betty is a big fat contradiction. A complex beer with dark honey, tropical fruit and ripe tangerine flavours on a chocolate palate. Plenty of Columbus, Chinook and Citra hops and some clever German malt makes Betty a big, stinky brew.

This smoked porter is inspired by smoke stacks and steam engines of Mordor/ The Black Country. A nod back to the smokey Porters and Stouts of the Industrial Revolution, invented in Shoreditch. One of the first recipes that made it from Beavertown’s home brew kit.

Howlers revolutionise beer delivery

Each Howler has three cans of the finest and most exciting canned beer hiding inside. Delivered to your door in a handy Howler tube and designed to be portable so you can enjoy your brews anywhere, Howlers are the future of craft beer exploration.

Howlers revolutionise beer delivery

Each Howler has three cans of the finest and most exciting canned beer hiding inside. Delivered to your door in a handy Howler tube and designed to be portable so you can enjoy your brews anywhere, Howlers are the future of craft beer exploration.

Howlers revolutionise beer delivery

Each Howler has three cans of the finest and most exciting canned beer hiding inside. Delivered to your door in a handy Howler tube and designed to be portable so you can enjoy your brews anywhere, Howlers are the future of craft beer exploration.

Brewed by Beavertown Brewery

Beavertown was the old cockney name given to the historic De Beauvoir area, famed across Victorian London for its ale houses, local breweries, rich characters and infinite revelry. The original Rock ‘N’ Roll neighbourhood. The founders of Beavertown Brewery were drawn together by the past and future calling of old Beavertown, and by a simple mission: to make some damn fine ales.