Full Line-up of Brewers Announced for Next LBM

We have the full list of London breweries taking part in our next London Brewers’ Market at Old Spitalfields Market! Here’s the line-up for Saturday, the 2nd of April:

  1. The Five Points Brewing Company – Not only are The Five Points the brewery behind London Brewers’ Market, they also brew bold, flavourful beer in a railway arch in Hackney. They get their name from the five-way junction their brewery is based near, and have been creating their iconic selection of beers since March 2013. Keep an eye on events at their Mare Street Warehouse, as well as upcoming beer launches this year.
  2. 40FT Brewery – The Dalston-based 40FT launched last year and have been brewing a range of tasty beers in a shipping container, including their refreshing and delicious Larger. Pay a visit to their brewery tap room, which is also a shipping container and open on most Friday evenings and Saturdays. It’s a great place!
  3. Anspach & Hobday – Anspach & Hobday are making fantastic beers taking inspiration from traditional beer styles and newer influences from the craft beer movement. Part of a string of brewers and beer spots in Bermondsey, check out their taproom hours Friday, Saturday and Sunday and see where the magic happens.
  4. Beavertown Brewery – The folks at Beavertown have an incredible reputation for brewing phenomenal beer the world over, and it’s a treat to have them back again at London Brewers’ Market. Keep an eye out for their solid core range as well as exciting seasonals and one-off brews both at the Market and at their taproom, located in their impressive Tottenham brewing premises.
  5. Brick Brewery – One of a good handful of breweries joining us for the first time at the London Brewers’ Market, Brick Brewery have been going since December 2013 in the railway arches beneath Peckham Rye Station. Local Peckhamites and other Southeast Londoners make Brick’s taproom a popular stop on Saturdays for their stupendous array of fine beers.
  6. Bullfinch Brewery – Newly-nestled into their new space in Herne Hill, the folks behind Bullfinch are also newcomers to the London Brewers’ Market. Inspiration for their beers have come from travels around the globe. Their taproom is open Thursdays through Sundays and features 12 taps of Bullfinch brews and periodic guest ales.
  7. Canopy Beer Co. – Also based in Herne Hill, Canopy are creating a stellar array of beers which are perfectly suited for this spring edition of LBM. Pop into their brewery tap which is a short walk from Brockwell Park and enjoy a fine drop of their brews Wednesday through Sunday. Also, be sure to catch them around town at various pop-up events.
  8. Clarkshaws – London’s first microbrewery to produce Vegetarian Society approved brews as well as champions of the best ingredients sourced in Britain, the team at Clarkshaws create contemporary takes on classic British styles. Formerly based in East Dulwich but now located in Brixton, they are part of The Beer Hive cooperative with London Beer Lab.
  9. Earth Ale Brewery – Aspiring to create beverages using seasonal and foraged ingredients to create a fine, fresh collection of beers inspired by food, travel and natural flavours. They brew their beer in Balham with an aim for it to be paired with fine food sharing a similar ethos to their beers.
  10. Fourpure Brewing – Situated in a warehouse in Bermondsey, Fourpure is a family brewery founded in 2013, focusing on beers inspired by adventure and staying true to the four ingredients of brewing–water, malt, hops and yeast. Early adopters of the craft can movement in the UK, you can enjoy their range of seasonal brews as well as their stalwart core beers at their taproom on Saturdays.
  11. Fuller’s – Fuller’s Griffin Brewery in the neighbourhood of Chiswick dates from 1828 and has been brewing ales and lagers throughout over 160 years of London’s epic history. In the age of a brewing revival in The Big Smoke, Fuller’s remains relevant with a considered variety of beers that appeal to Londoners as well as the many people who visit the city.
  12. Gipsy Hill Brewing Company – The masterminds behind Gipsy Hill are focused on brewing “no nonsense, medium-strength beer” which is big on flavour, but not on ABV. Their sessionable beers have been a popular feature of previous London Brewers’ Markets, and their tap house is a great place to visit when you’re in Gipsy Hill.
  13. Hop Stuff Brewery – Woolwich’s Hop Stuff have recently undergone an expansion to keep up with the demand for their superb brews. Having brewed their first beer in October 2013, the brewery has grown from strength to strength on the grounds of the Royal Arsenal. Be sure to pop in for a pint at their pub, The Taproom, based not too far from where their beer is brewed.
  14. Hackney Brewery – Top folks brewing top beers, Hackney Brewery were established in 2011, making them the first registered brewery in the borough of Hackney. Creating a beloved selection of cask ales as well as a seasonal and craft range, Hackney Brewery are a hive of activity in their railway arch near Hoxton Station to supply the bars, pubs and bottle shops who stock their fine brews.
  15. Howling Hops – Originally brewing a dizzying array of beers in the basement of that lovable Hackney fixture, The Cock Tavern, Howling Hops has branched out to Hackney Wick to make their exceptional beers. Their tank bar is the UK’s first dedicated tank bar, delivering beer straight from the fermentation vessels into your glass, so if London Brewer’s Market isn’t enough to satiate your thirst, head there after!
  16. The London Beer Factory – Founded by brothers Ed and Sim Cotton, The London Beer Factory brews on a bespoke British-built kit in their brewery in South London. Check out their flavoursome brews in their taproom on Saturdays–very close to neighbours Gipsy Hill–and be sure to say hello the these friendly folks when you see them at London Brewers’ Market!
  17. London Beer Lab – Calling itself an open source brewery, London Beer Lab will be making its first foray into London Brewers’ Market during our spring session. Having started in 2012, London Beer Lab is a brewery making stellar brews as well as a resource to learn how to brew your own beer featuring courses and workshops based in Loughborough Junction and in Brixton as part of The Beer Hive.
  18. Mondo Brewing Company – Mondo are situated in Battersea and brew a flavourful mix of core and seasonal beers, including their flagship Altbier, since the launch of their first brew in May 2015. Visit their Tap House to whet your appetite before or after catching them at the next London Brewers’ Market, which will be their LBM debut.
  19. One Mile End – Brewing a dynamic range of inventive beers in The White Hart Brewpub in Whitechapel, One Mile End are fine East London fixtures on bars throughout the UK. Launched in October 2014, they are a brewery to watch as their capacity is due to grow this year when they move out from beneath the street and into a large brewery.
  20. Orbit Beers – The magnificent folks from Orbit are a welcome return to London Brewers’ Market. Brewing beer with a nod to high-fidelity tunes and tunemakers, they are based in a rail arch in Walworth, just south of Elephant & Castle and a short walk from Kennington. Keep an eye out for brews from their White Label series along with other rarities as well as their regular releases.
  21. Partizan Brewing – Distinctive beers with equally distinctive and eye-catching labels, Partizan have been brewing in a railway arch in Bermondsey since the end of 2012. Not ones to really stick to a core range, their artisan agglomeration of beers have been featured on the bar in craft beer hubs the world over, and you can go straight to the source of tastyface beers on most Saturdays–a highly recommended excursion.
  22. Rocky Head Brewery – A group of friends got together in 2012 to launch Rocky Head, who have been making small batch vegan-friendly brews on their brewkit in Southfields. Their beers, having taken inspiration from the American microbrewing scene, are stunning and full-flavoured, and not to miss during the next London Brewers’ Market!
  23. Southwark Brewing Company – Joining us at this spring edition of London Brewers’ Market is Southwark Brewing Company and their fine cask ales. Based in Bermondsey on 30 years’ worth of brewing experience, Southwark started up in 2014 and have become a friendly fixture along the popular Bermondsey Beer Mile on Saturdays, along with being open on Friday evenings for an after-work drop.
  24. Three Sods Brewery – Nestled in the cosy confines of Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, Three Sods Brewery are another newcomer to the London Brewers’ Market. Made up of three friends who have been brewing lovely beers since January 2015, the gang are very much a part of the East London community–donating their spent grain to Stepney City Farm to feed their pigs and chickens.
  25. Truman’s Beer – Reviving the long-lost name of Truman’s (established in 1666!), Truman’s Black Eagle Brewery reestablished the iconic name so woven into the fabric of East London. This new chapter began in 2010, and in 2013 the brewery retrieved the original yeast strain from Truman’s as a direct link to the past while moving forward in London’s brewing future in Hackney Wick.
  26. Wild Card Brewery – Walthamstow’s Wild Card Brewery originally began as cuckoo brewers, gypsy-brewing around until it moved to its own site in January 2014. Not only is their brewery tap bar tremendous fun to be in Fridays through Sundays, their beer is spot-on delicious, so be sure to see them at their stall at London Brewers’ Market.

Be sure to join this great crowd of breweries on Saturday, the 2nd of April, from 11am until 7pm! We’ll be alongside Independent Label Market at Old Spitalfields Market as well, so let’s enjoy a great combination of music and beer!

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