The Tate is staging two more of its popular tap takeovers on August 30 — one at Tate Modern, in London, and one in St Ives, Cornwall.
At Tate Modern, Burnt Mill, winner of this year’s Raise the Bar competition, will be pouring its beer. Contest judges described Burnt Mill as “exuding class and not even a year old. Really well-balanced hoppy beers, and maybe one of the most innovative beers in Steel Cut Gluten Free.”
That beer will be on the menu along with, among others, Pintle Pale (4.3% ABV), Denali Fog IPA (7.4%) and Tulum Pineapple Gose (4.8%).
At Tate St Ives, Cornwall’s Harbour Brewing Co will be presenting some of its wide range of beers, alongside a barbecue with Mac’s BBQ. Tickets include the chance to explore Tate St Ives’ Modern Art and St Ives, and Patrick Heron exhibitions, after the gallery has closed to the public.