When we started the blog over two and half years ago we mainly wanted to declare our newfound love for beer and learn more about this delectable beverage, but we also had a list of things we wanted to achieve…
Thomas Schøn from Mikkeller arrived in London for a tap takeover and for a couple of collaboration brews. We tagged along to the Earl Of Essex to capture the brew day.
We got invited to come along and spend some time at Siren Craft Brew on the day they were brewing with Evil Twin. What a treat. Read on to see how it went.
We were lucky enough to get a tour of Fuller’s Griffin Brewery by their brewing manager (and ultimate Beer Hero) Derek Prentice. We took a whole bunch of pictures for your viewing pleasure.
The Cock Tavern is the antithesis of the faux shabby chic you’ll find in many new pubs. This is a proper boozer in the heart of Hackney. Its ceiling-to-floor dark wood and multiple entrances and exits hark back to the good old days of snugs and indoor smoking…
Siren Craft Brew’s launch event at Craft Beer Co proved that there’s a new big player on the beer scene. Read on to see what the hype is all about and what they’ll be feeding our addiction with.
Here at The Evening Brews there aren’t many things that sets our beer soaked hearts more aflame than the discovery of new and exciting breweries. So when we came across Weird Beard Brewing Co, at what would easily be categorised as a fairly mundane beer festival back in 2012…
Home brewing, like craft beer brewing, has been going from strength to strength lately. Many of the shining stars of the UK craft brewing scene started out at home, most famous of these Kernel’s Evin O’Riordian.
It must be noted at first that my fellow blogging buddies here at The Evening Brews have been very patient in waiting for some feedback of my visit to the US of A and perhaps even more so for the souvenirs as proof of my travels..
My first run in with Nørrebro Bryghus beers was when we stopped off at Kihoskh, a corner shop with a ridiculously good beer selection. It was a hot day, and Kihoskh is situated favourably right next to a piece of green space…..