Where to Drink in November

04/11/2016

It seems we have well and truly waved goodbye to summer for another year but for those amongst us that aren't quote ready to deal with that, we have a treat in store.... Our latest arrival from the US is Tailgate’s Watermelon Wheat, a golden fruit beer that, as it the brewery claim, is summer in a can. This month we bring you a great selection of venues where you’ll find Tailgate’s Watermelon Wheat and the increasingly popular Peanut Butter Milk Stout alongside some of our favourites from across the range.

Lady Luck, Canterbury

The craze of the craft beer can has left no rock (or watering hole) unturned, and that’s definitely the case as we head to Canterbury for our first visit to Lady Luck, a unique rock and roll bar home to a host of live music and DJ nights. We’re not here for the evening though, we’re here for the beers and burgers. We struck lucky with a sunny afternoon meaning we could make the most of the outside space, dreaming of warmer days whilst enjoying the taste of summer in Tailgate’s Watermelon Wheat and astounding homemade burgers. An afternoon of competitive board games, pool and duelling over the jukebox ensued in the what is sure to be a regular haunt for the sales team when out on site visits. 

The Great Eastern, Brighton

Renowned as Brighton’s premier American whisky pub, The Great Eastern have expanded their American craft beer offering over recent times to the point that it’s now one of the most interesting in the city. Holding regular stock of Fordham, Dominion and Tailgate beers, The Great Eastern is definitely worth an hour (or few) of your time should you find yourself in Brighton.

The Wave Maiden, Southsea

Cheese and craft beer. A match made in heaven if you ask any of the Heathwick team and a pairing to be found in abundance at The Wave Maiden in Southsea. Having read the food reviews there was little to stop us making the trip down south to experience this independent craft house for ourselves. An eclectic menu boasting a “farm to table” ethos, friendly knowledgeable staff, a host of great beers and an extensive selection of homemade cheeses completely won us over. Currently stocking Fordham’s Gypsy Lager but watch this space, you could soon be pairing your artisan cheese with a can of Tailgate’s Peanut Butter Milk Stout. It’s a thumbs up all round from us and we look forward to our next visit to The Wave Maiden.

Don’t fancy the pub?

For those of you based in Brighton and Hove that would rather a night in than a night out, but still want to experience our latest import, Tailgate’s Watermelon Wheat, we’ve got you covered too. Head down to Bison Beer (East Street), Trafalgar Wines (Trafalgar Street) or Wine Barrel (Western Road), all currently stocking Tailgate’s experimental craft beers Peanut Butter Milk Stout and Watermelon Wheat.

The Distillers, Hammersmith

The self proclaimed “bar meets pub venue”, The Distillers on Fulham Palace Road is just that. Loud and brash yet somewhat intricate at the same time, the large bar area with “funky chandeliers and atmospheric lighting” make this venue an ideal hang out noon and night. A super cool garden creates hideaways perfect for small groups and couples whilst the upstairs function room is perfect for private functions and parties. Whilst inspecting the quirky decor and enjoying your Fordham Copperhead, make sure you pick up one of Chef Marcus’s scotch eggs, they are fantastic. 

Butcher’s Hook & Cleaver Smithfield

Taking a break from burgers and chicken, we’ve found ourselves an award winning pie house in the form of Butcher’s Hook & Cleaver in Smithfield. Standing next door to Smithfield, the oldest functioning meat market in London, the Butcher’s Hook & Cleaver is a large venue full of intrigue and charisma. Friendly staff, a wonderful pie and a great range of beers ensure the Butcher’s Hook is a firm favourite on our “lunch pubs” map. Make Smithfield’s your backyard by enjoying Saugatuck’s Backyard IPA in this most gallant of London pubs.

Head Of Steam Quayside

Opened in August 2016 as a refurbishment from The Eye On The Tyne, Head of Steam is a hub of live music events from the surreal to the sublime. Now establishing itself as one of the ultimate destination venues in the area and becoming widely renowned for their exceptional service of craft beer, we’re proud to see both Saugatuck’s Neapolitan Milk Stout and Dominion’s Grapefruit Pale Ale being served on draft at the bar.

Enjoy your November!

 

 


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