Get ready for our next London Brewers’ Market at Old Spitalfields Market on Saturday, the 8th of July!
We’ve got a solid line-up of London’s brewing stalwarts alongside a boss selection of newer brewers rocking the stalls for our summer session at Old Spitalfields Market. There will be 25 breweries in total from all across London, repping this city from Brixton to Bounds Green with incredible IPAs, luscious lagers, stupendous saisons, gorgeous goses, palatable porters, superb stouts, and a plethora of pale ales. There will be plenty of beers on draught to enjoy in the beer garden or while perusing the records and wares at Independent Label Market, and grab some take-away beers in can and bottle for the rest of the weekend.
Here are the breweries we will be bringing to our next London Brewers’ Market on the 8th of July:
The Five Points Brewing Company – Organisers and parent brewery of the London Brewers’ Market, The Five Points will be bringing along their popular Field Day Citrus Pale, which has been an absolute summer banger! Stop by for their legendary Railway Porter as well if you’re after something from the dark side of the beer spectrum.
Brixton Brewery – The colourful brews from Brixton Brewery will once again be at London Brewers’ Market in July! Their Atlantic APA, is an incredible beer for any time of year, and their new Coldharbour Lager is also a refreshing beverage to tuck into while chilling in the beer garden. Make it happen.
Wild Card Brewery – Those Walthamstow winners Wild Card are rocking out at our market once again with their incredible beers. The Queen of Diamonds, which is their “ostentatiously-hopped IPA” is well peng, but you can’t go wrong with their Jack of Clubs, a ruby ale that would be delicious alongside some food from the OSM traders.
Husk Brewing – Happy to have the folks from Husk back in the fray of London Brewers’ Market this round! Check out their Mandarin & Earl Grey IPA (hello, tasty!), or if you’re after something super classic, their aptly named Old School Bitter will surely please the palates of people making their way to their stall.
Beavertown Brewery – The folks at Beavertown hardly need an introduction! If you get in early, you’ll find their stall groaning under the weight of their can mountain. Pop around for brews to take home and for favourites like Gamma Ray and Lupuloid on draught for enjoying at the market.
Umbrella Brewing – We are thrilled to be featuring those top folks at Umbrella Brewing, who are making their Spitalfields debut at our next session. Enjoy their incredibly zippy alcoholic ginger beer in the beer garden, and enjoy it in their sister venue Discount Suit Company–a top choice to head to after the market for more drinks!
Moncada Brewery – Notting Hill’s Moncada will be bringing the West London vibes once again to London Brewers’ Market in July. Check in with them for their aptly-named Notting Hill Summer to toast the sunshine of the season, or go for their Notting Hill Sour for a punchier pick.
Windsor & Eton – The award-winning Windsor & Eton crew return to Old Spitalfields with their proudly brilliant brews. Get involved in a sup of the light and tasty Windsor Knot, or cool down with a cold pint of their Republika lager or the Uprising Treason West Coast IPA.
London Brewing Co. – Those North London legends London Brewing Co. are in the house for our summertime Spitalfields market. Their Upright session IPA will make an excellent beer to ease yourself into the festivities, or go straight in for the Skyline chock-full of hoppy action.
Bianca Road Brew Co. – Another brewery making its debut turn at Old Spitalfields, Bianca Road have been bossing the beer scene from their Peckham environs. Get acquainted with their beers in can and on draught, including their super lush Session IPA and their Red Rye IPA.
Earth Ale Brewery – Those eco-motivated folks at Earth Ale Brewery are showcasing their beers once again at the London Brewers’ Market. Get a taste of their Spicy Weiss for a piquant pint in the beer garden, or grab a bottle of their Dandy Stout to enjoy at home–dark beers are awesome alongside grilled food!
Affinity Brew Co. – The crew from Affinity Brew Co. will be coming at us from their Tottenham perch to bring us their thirst-quenching brews. We’re looking forward to Parasol, a Belgian pale fermented with saison yeast, and also up for a bit of Spritz, which is a sour-mashed beer featuring hibiscus flowers. Oh yes.
London Beer Lab – Our pals at London Beer Lab are bringing their open source microbrewery attitude to our East End market this July. We would recommend getting a can or three of their Coldharbour Pils–a great beer to enjoy alongside one of the boss burgers from Bleecker Burger at Old Spitalfields Market.
Fourpure Brewing Co. – One word: Juicebox. This summertime sensation from Fourpure in its tallboy cans bobbing in ice buckets is the ideal antidote to a hot day. Discover why this citrusy IPA is the absolute bee’s knees, plus enjoy other exceptional beers from this Bermondsey brewery at our next London Brewers’ Market.
Villages – This Deptford brewery will be featured at Old Spitalfields Market for the first time! The lovely team of Villages are expected to feature their colourful cans alongside draught offerings of their brews. Taste the Toucan, a session IPA, or wet your whistle with… Whistle, their Czech lager.
Crate Brewery – Those kids at Crate got it goin’ on with their sweet canalside location in Hackney Wick, crispy pizzas and enjoyable beer. There’s the classics of Crate Lager and Crate Pale, but look out for shiny tins of their other brews, like their smashing Sour. We see evidence of a Watermelon Wheat as well, which has us all sorts of excited.
ODDLY – Our quirky friends at ODDLY have relocated since their last London Brewers’ Market with us. Now hailing from Hampton, these folks brew a Masala Chai IPA, for you to relive your Glastonbury days in a beerier but just as festive form. Fans of less-spiced beers are catered for, too: golden ale fans will revel in their RHIA.
Brew By Numbers – Swing by the Brew By Numbers stall to see what excellent saisons they’ll have on draught, because that’s 100% what we’ll be doing on market day! Don’t miss a chance to try their other brews, running the gamut of pales, IPAs, red ales, stouts and beyond. It’s no wonder why these guys are so popular on the Bermondsey Beer Mile.
Solvay Society – Solvay Society brew beers with a Belgian accent and a scientific mind in glorious Ilford, and we’re pleased to have them at London Brewers’ Market again. They brew a deliciously drinkable pale ale called Structure of Matter, which should bring all the geeks (beery and otherwise) to the yard.
Gipsy Hill Brewing Company – Those characterful guys and gals of Gipsy Hill have come far since their original appearance at London Brewers’ Market three years ago (which also was our first summer one–wheeey!). Southpaw, their super seshy amber ale, was their first beer and an excellent one to start your market visit with.
Bohem Brewery – London’s very own Czech brewery will be busting out of their Bounds Green neighbourhood and pouring their crisp collection of lagers, including a black lager called Druid, at Old Spitalfields. We are excited to be featuring Bohem Brewery, and their lagers will be well-suited to the summery vibes of our next market.
Partizan Brewing – The remarkably talented forces from Partizan are back amongst our brewers line-up, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. Their Lemongrass Saison is a darling of London restaurants, but if you want something with more of a wallop, we see that their DIPA Citra is now available. Nice.
Mondo Brewing Company – We are welcoming the beery mavens of Mondo, who will be bringing their brews from Battersea. Their Coco Loco is a popular tropical-tinged porter for fans of dark beer. If you’re looking for something lighter and fruitier, their blueberry wit, Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It, is definitely one to fill your glass with. *slurp*
The London Beer Factory – The engaging brews from The London Beer Factory are back in their notable 360º removable lid cans. Buy a few tins of their easy-drinking Beyond the Pale, a pale ale with Cascade, Magnum and Mosaic hops for future park times, or enjoy a pint of their Paxton IPA in the Spitalfields beer garden.
UBREW – The training ground for the next wave of London’s brewers is producing its own beer in its Bermondsey location. UBREW are coming along with their fun and fresh range, including their Banana Party Weissbier, which sounds like a wonderful accompaniment to the sunshine we’re hoping to see on the day.
The London Brewers’ Market on the 8th of July will be running from 11am until 6:30pm and, like the Independent Label Market running alongside it, it is free entry. So come see us at Old Spitalfields Market for a staggering selection of beers from London breweries!