The Hackney Hopster, Black Path Porter, Love Not War - these are the names of the blisteringly innovative, scorchingly popular brews that have been sweeping through London's pubs and bars, gorged on and guzzled by the city's hungry lovers of craft beer.
Their home is a curtain-draped, bobble-hanging railway arch - two of them, to be exact - which are filled with kegs, sofas, bean bags, pillows, and a hive of loyal lovers of locally brewed beer. But the word is spreading fast, and this secret is struggling to be kept.
London Fields Brewery is brewing up a hefty following, with fans old and new flocking from afar. The brewery is bustling, and the buzz is building.
The venue itself is magnetic. Their avid use of upcycling, with tables made out of kegs, and candlestick holders made from beer bottles, makes the space seem like it's been shaken up in a bottle and allowed to settle. Delicately dangling lights, drooping drapes, and deep-sinking sofas imbue the space's ambience with a warm cosiness.
This magnetism is drawing in larger and larger parties, all of whom can comfortably assemble under their gigantic arches, which shelter guests in a romantically rustic setting.
With the sound of craft beer cracking open, and the aromas of hearty dishes diffusing from the kitchen, its easy to be mesmerised by the ambience.
And, being in the midst of London Fields, the space is nestled in a bustling borough of London, while being only a five minute train trip from Liverpool Street Station.
Unsurprisingly, London Fields Brewery has been one of our most sought-after Christmas venues. Its cabin vibes and snowflake hangings are a natural transition come winter, with warming brews and mulled wine the perfect andidote to the Christmas chill.
With everything up to massive 500-person parties, their Christmas festival packages promise glugable treats, roasted chestnuts and 'rockaoke' - karoake but with live musical support.
Don your Christmas jumper, cosy up, and sip on a Hackney Hopster as you soak up the festive ambience.
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