Online beer supplier EeBriaTrade is hosting The Future of British Brewing — Volume Two, a free, trade-only event, at its taproom in Bermondsey, South London.
Five of the UK’s most anticipated and groundbreaking breweries will be gathering at the event. They have been specially selected by the resident beer experts at EeBriaTrade to highlight breweries hotly tipped to have bright futures.
The event will provide those in the food and beverage industry with a rare chance to sample beers from this fantastic emerging talent.
It will take place from 5pm on Monday, October 1, withe several of the brewers in attendance to discuss what makes them special. Spaces are limited so those wishing to attend must register in advance here to guarantee their place.
David Jackson, founder and chief executive of EeBriaTrade, said: “Since our business launched in 2013, we’ve been at the forefront of the UK craft beer scene.
“As well as working with more established craft breweries, we relish giving smaller and lesser-known breweries the chance to showcase their beers on a national level.”
Gibberish (Liverpool): from the co-founder of Mad Hatter, comes this boutique brewery creating eccentric, adventurous beers that are not bound by traditional styles or flavour combinations.
Northern Alchemy (Newcastle): this brewery has recently moved from its original home — a shipping container in the back of a pub — to a new brewery that will allow it to bring its creative, delicious beers to a wider audience.
Donzoko (Hartlepool): this young, German inspired brewery is causing waves with its astonishingly good versions of classic styles. Using German quality and traditional as its guide, it is using modern techniques and international ingredients to stamp its identity on styles like helles and wheat beer.
Liquid Light (Nottingham): this brewery combines a passion for great beer and groovy music, to make creative and exciting beers. Less than a year old, its brews are exceedingly rare, but will soon become a fixture on ‘must try’ lists as its stellar ratings for popular styles become more widely known.
Ampersand (Norfolk): brewing small batch, seasonal beers that showcase a love for top-quality ingredients. Making beers they want to drink to the best standard possible, they are not about experimentation, but instead focus on great flavours and classic styles. The beers are rarely seen outside of Norfolk.