Two Tribes Brewhouse and Taproom, in Kings Cross, London, has been reflecting on a busy June, unleashing four collaboration beers.

It brewed two beers with PittCue’s Alphabeta brewery — a Vienna lager and a summer weisse. The third collab was more experimental — a dubbel beta coumarin — brewed with Solvay Society on its farm in Ilford. It’s a Belgian style dubbel infused with beetroot (beta) and Tonka beans (coumarin being the chemical compound in the beans that lend them their trademark vanilla-like perfumey fragrance).

Last but not least was Match Day IPA, brewed with COPA90 for this year’s World Cup. It’s been flying off the shelves and has been a massive hit with beer lovers and football fans, who’ve taken up residence at the taproom to watch every World Cup match on Two Tribes’ big screen.

Meanwhile, Two Tribes head brewer, Chris Tuominen, is jetting off to Finland this month to brew with MAKU Brewing in Tuusula. Maku brews true-to-style beers and the IPA has been voted as the best in Finland.

Founder, Jussi, said: “We are a group of guys who love a good beer and wanted to make our mark on exceptional quality craft beer. From the beginning, we wanted to make it as widely available as possible.

“‘Maku’ means taste in Finnish, and we’re confident people will be able to tell why we chose the name.”

You can follow Chris’ adventures on Two Tribes Instagram story feed on July 16.

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