Little Brew has big news.
After a brilliant year of making and selling beer, we’re ready to expand.
And you can get involved, if you want to.
It’s hard to believe that this time last year, the Little Brew brewery was just being plugged together in its new home in Camden town. A year on and what’s changed?
It has always been a big part of the little (brew) plan to make specialised bespoke beers for weddings, special events and anyone else who wanted to help design their own custom beer. The tiny size of the brewery means that each batch is only 400 bottles so it’s easy to do short custom runs. And like any brewer, I Iove experimenting with recipes.
Last week was one of those weeks for Little Brew where all I kept thinking was – brewing’s great!
On Monday, I was lucky enough to be a judge at the Great British Beer Festival in the bottled beer category. From an elderflower flavoured golden ale to a rich and delicious imperial stout, each beer was a delight. Right in the middle was a delicate beauty called Embre brewed in Edinburgh by Stewert Brewery, a fine Champion beer for sure – strongly recommended.
Well it’s been a little while since the last update and that’s because
it’s been non stop recipe development in the Little Brew brewhouse.
I always wanted the Pale to be an all year round refreshing brew that
would have a great depth of flavour while being thirst quenching
enough to drink over and over again.
BBC Radio 4‘s Desert Island Discs is 70 years old and even though Little Brew is barely 7 weeks old, I thought I would choose 8 boozy brews to keep me company if I was a castaway.