This Tea Changes Color Like a Mood Ring
1. London Fields Brewery374 Helmsley Place, London
2. By The Horns Brewing Co.25 Summerstown, London
3. Meantime Brewing CompanyBlackwall Lane, London
4. Camden Town Brewery Bar55-58 Wilkin St Mews, London
5. The Kernel BreweryUnit 11, Dockley Rd Industrial Estate, London
6. CRATE BreweryThe White Building, Unit 7, Queen's Yard, London
7. Partizan Brewery8 Almond Rd, London
8. Brockley Brewery31 Harcourt Rd, London
9. The Earl of Essex25 Danbury St, London
10. Duke's Brew & Que33 Downham Rd, , London
Conceived by a pair of barley-pop enthusiasts over a pint of the very thing they're so enthusiastic about, Fields is housed in an open East London space with its own outdoor seating area, where they'll be crafting six different beers, a number whittled down to after an initial "experimental mass fermenting effort" -- oddly not a euphemism for uni.
Started by two friends with a passion for beer, this brewery started out with a simple home brew kit and has now flourished into a full-on brew operation, which you can visit and try all their beers to your heart's content.
One of the biggest investments in craft brewing in London, Meantime is churning out exceptional seasonal brews and to-die-for British pub fare.
This brewery's hop-house is a Spartan, stripped-wood affair, with kegs for tables, and walls bearing such proud decorations as a pair of giant foam fingers and a "beer map", where nights always head south.
Housed in a Victorian arch south of the river, The Kernel Brewery knows a thing or two about crafting a number of delicious brews, from London Sour to Pale Ale, to their Imperial Brown Stout.
Beer & pizza is the most unbeatable combination this side of whoever China puts out for synchronized diving, which is why CRATE is making both onsite in its expansive, Olympic-adjacent space, which is decorated like a really creative tornado ripped through a scrapyard, along the way upcycling bed springs into lighting and wooden pallets into seats.
Located in Bermondsey, this small brewery churns out some seriously tasty ales, stouts, and other brews originally crafted by Chef Andy Smith.
Opened in 2013, the Brockley Brewery doesn't brew a myriad of different beers, but they the three that they do produce (Golden, Pale Ale, and Red Ale) are about as good as it gets.
This Angel brewpub features a constantly changing list of more than 20 different local and international beers in addition to all the varieties they make themselves.