One of the leading London breweries, having developed a substantial fanbase for their satisfying modern brews and fantastic artwork, which have developed together from humble beginnings in the kitchen of Duke’s Brew and Que in an area of Hackney called De Beauvoir Town (the old Cockney for which is “Beavertown”).
The original brewing setup at Duke’s, which Logan Plant started using in December 2011, could only produce 4BBL (650 litres) per brew. This forced the operation to move to new premises on Stour Road, Fish Island (near Hackney Wick) in March 2013. Soon Beavertown outgrew their home once again, however, moving just over a year later (May 2014) to Tottenham Hale.
The 11,000 square foot Tottenham Hale brewery includes a 30BBL (nearly 5,000 litres) brew house (as well as their original 4BBL kit, which is still used for the more experimental brews such as the 'Alpha Series'). Popular Beavertown beers include the Gamma Ray American Pale Ale as well as 8 Ball Rye IPA, Smog Rocket Smoked Porter, Neck Oil Session IPA and Holy Cowbell India Stout.