Five Points Brewing Co will be providing the beer for the first tap takeover of the year at London’s Tate Modern, on January 31, from 6.30pm to 10.30pm.
The Five Points Brewing Co is an independent brewery based in Hackney. Its unfiltered and unpasteurised beers are inspired by the founders’ passion for both the British real ale tradition and the best of the international craft beer movement. They champion flavour, provenance, consistency and quality.
The people behind Tate and The Five Points Brewing Co will be on hand to talk through the brewing process, the history of brewing, and the specific beers on tap.
These will be:
- JUPA (Juicy Pale Ale)
- XPA (Extra Pale Ale)
- Belgian Wit (brewed with Burning Sky)
- Derailed Porter
- plus an unreleased British cask IPA which has been brewed with Kirkstall Brewery
Prices will be: five thirds of beer, £16.95; five thirds of beer and a pint of your choice, £19.95; five thirds of beer, a pint and a meal deal, £22.95.
The event will take place at the Tate Modern Terrace Bar, Level 1 Blavatnik Building. Tickets are available here
• There are more tap takeovers lined up at Tate Modern over the next few months. Look out for dates with: six West Country breweries (February), Thornbridge Brewery (March), four New Zealand and two Australian breweries for Anzac Day (April), and Beavertown Brewery (May).