Pale ale, 3%
Before Beavertown, Redemption had Tottenham all to itself -- not that Andy Moffat, routinely and correctly identified as the nicest man in brewing, is likely to kick up a fuss about the incursion. Trinity is Redemption’s low, low-ABV pale ale; it’s 3%, but tasty nonetheless. Orange citrus, light, delicious (especially when the weather’s good).
Over in Dusseldorf they’re rather keen on a beer style called "alt" ("old" in the local lingo), a darkish ale-lager hybrid with pronounced old-school hop character. It’s very good, so it’s wonderful that Orbit, whose home is beside Walworth Road, is making an excellent version in London. It’s smooth and nutty, with a growing bitterness, and it’s called Neu (geddit?).