A beery & foody London Bridge Walk

London Bridge is up there as one of my favourite parts of London. I love the dirty maze of Victorian train tunnels and arches, and the hub of food and drink that has found it’s home in this part of London. I am sure most of you know that ….
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Firestone Walker Hits London

The Firestone Walker range at Brewdog Camden
BrewDog, those infamous brew-punks from the cold north, should be extended a great long arm of gratitude for their endeavour to put other breweries on tap in their pubs. Last Thursday, the 20th of September 2012, they featured an American..
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Copenhagen Beer Shops

There is something beautiful about an amazingly stocked bottle shop, and after reading a post about beer in the Copenhagen, I realised the city might be stacking. So, like any…
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Crate Brewery

There is definitely something in the Hackney water right now, and I am pretty sure it is hops. After years of craft-beer nothingness, breweries and craft pubs are popping up…
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The Danish Invasion of Leytonstone

It’s been about a thousand years since last the Danes dominated British soil. But on a sunny Sunday in August they were back. This time they didn’t rape and pillage (as far as I know). This time they brought a shipload of craft beer….
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Welcome to the Evening Brews

Greetings intrepid beer lover, and welcome to the Evening Brews. Yes, it’s yet another blog squeezing some juice out of the proverbial internet cheese. Here’s the plan. We’ll venture into the world of craft beer from our London HQ…
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