Beavertown Brewery from London
Beavertown is a synonym for quality and creativity.
Beavertown is one of the many breweries that has its roots in home brewing. In 2011, Logan Plant, son of rock legend Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin), decided to stop tinkering in his own kitchen and opened a brewpub in a popular London BBQ restaurant. While the first creations were planned primarily as beer accompaniments to hearty meat dishes, his project quickly outgrew the small space and he moved into his own brewery in Tottenham. After his beers hit like a bomb, Logan decided to take a bold step in 2014: from now on, all beers were bottled only in cans. The can, in simple terms a small barrel, offers various advantages over the bottle, such as impermeability to light. Meanwhile, Beavertown's beers are among the most popular on the island. All of them are brewed to an incredibly high standard and are first class in terms of taste.
A modern classic is now Gamma Ray, a Pale Ale brewed to perfection, bursting with fruity hop aromas and perfectly balanced. But Beavertown wouldn't be Beavertown if they didn't experiment, too. With the Tempus program, the Londoners play with their creativity and fill various beers into wooden barrels and let it mature in them. The resulting creations make a beer nerd's heart beat faster.