Thanks go out to Lisa, David and Sarah who have spent all weekend helping us to get ready. Also to some of our regulars, Jonny, Steve, James and Phil who helped us with the new Marquee. We got it up just in time, despite the efforts of UPS to thwart us by losing one of the packages!
Looking forward to seeing you all again and hoping that the Government Roadmap doesn’t take a wrong turn and we are all back to “normal” by the end of June. Stay safe and healthy!
BTW..the Marquee has been fully road tested, and beer tastes fine wherever you sit!
Finally, good luck to all the local pubs and shops that re-open their doors tomorrow. Please support us and we will do our best to keep you safe and satisfied!
Boris has given the green light for outside drinking on Monday 12th April. To prepare for the big day we need you to help us clear down the cask ales so we have fresh beer on!
We have one last delivery day on Wednesday 7th April, so get your orders in (by Wednesday lunchtime if poss!!), first come first served!
Thanks to everyone that has supported us through Lockdown 3 and we are looking forward to seeing you all again when we re-open.
If you’re planning to come down it may be a good idea to book, especially on re-opening day and weekends. Just email us here, with date, time, number of people and approximately how long. Don’t forget it is outside only so dress accordingly and you will need your masks for when you are not seated. The rule-of-six applies so max 6 people per table!
With the relaxation of the Covid regulations we can now meet outside in groups up to 6 or two households and the weather forecast is for sun! Easter Weekend could be our first opportunity to shake off the Winter lockdown and meet our friends and family again. If you’re planning something then don’t forget the beer, or cider!
We are delivering on Wednesday 31st and Saturday 3rd; so you you can get fresh beer delivered to your door for Good Friday and through to East Monday.
For those chocolate lovers we have a Caramel latte Milks stout from Kent Brewery and for those that like their hops we have an IPA from Hammerton in Islington.
Kent Brewery – Caramel Latte
Creamy chocolate mixed with caramel and coffee, thick bodied and moreish.
Hammerton – N7
A refreshing and bold India Pale Ale with seven different hops from the US and New Zealand giving a complex citrus aroma. The subtle sweet malt flavour balances the fresh bitterness.
Easter is fast approaching, but first we have 29th March when the rule of 6 kicks in for outdoor gatherings..make sure you have your takeout beer ready!
As well as our 2 and 4 pint containers of draft ale and cider delivered to your door, we have a selection of cans and bottles.
We also have a number of special offers to help us clear down the shelves ready for re-opening, all perfect for outside supping. We can also drop off some environmentally friendly disposable pint and half pint glasses at no extra cost!
For the current offers see here For the full list of what’s available see here
And for Easter…
Want something for that beer-lover at Easter?
We have a couple of Belgium Gift packs, one from Delirium and one from Bruges Zot; each come with four bottles of beer and a souvenir glass. These are both £25 each and can be ordered for delivery.
If you want to add a bit of flair to a delivery of draft beer (or cider), we have a couple of growlers to chose from. For cask ales and cider, we have a 4 pint plastic growler which is just £3 extra when filled, and for keg beers, a glass 16oz growler; this is £10 and hold 3.3 pints. Both growlers can be re-used.
We deliver on Wednesdays and Saturdays for full details see here
“4C is a superb IPA that smells of crates of clementines and warm marshmallow. There’s a sticky, gooey, fluffy thing in the malts too, as well as being chewy with toffee and crunchy with cereal bars. And then there are the hops. They’re sherbet coated tangerine segments, lime leaves and garden shrubbery, gunky woody resin and sharp as a tack lemon pips. The result is that 4C has a finish that’s beautifully balanced between tongue coating oily honey sweetness and huge punch-your-lights-out dry bitterness.”
Just a reminder that we cannot leave deliveries on the doorstep so we need to ensure that you are at home when we deliver!
Obsessed With Bru-1
A new hop for Quantock delivering a huge tropical punch followed by notes of green apple. A rewarding sip every time.
In 1938 the Hammerton was famous for being the first in the world to use Oysters as part of the brewing process. In this new recipe we’ve used a variety of flavoursome malts, including a good dose of oats. Fresh wild Maldon oysters are then added to the boil to add a subtle extra complexity to the taste of this stout. CAMRA Champion Beer of London ‘Stout’ winner & ‘Overall’ runner-up.
Yes, we are re-opening our doors on the 12th April, assuming everything goes according to the Government roadmap.
We aim to open our outside space as we did last year and will have 7 tables available, varying from 6 people to 2. The rule of six will apply and it will be table service only. We aim to open at 12 noon on the 12th April and after that will try to return to our regular hours albeit that we will be taking last orders at 9.30pm and closing at 10pm every night in respect of our neighbours. Keep an eye on our website and social media for more information.
We are taking bookings for the 12th April onwards and you can email us here; just let us know the date, time, number on party and approx. length of stay.
We look forward to seeing you all again and we are already planning events for when things are back to normal!