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Beer Available At London Fields Brewery (arranged by most recent)
London Fields Bootlegger Series: Orange Sunshine , London Fields Grapefruit Dead , London Fields Bootlegger Series: Double IPA 76, London Fields First Born 69, London Fields Shoreditch Triangle IPA 92, London Fields Love Not War (4.2%) 67, London Fields Hackney Hopster (4.2%) 68, London Fields Black Frost Stout 86, London Fields Black Path Porter 82, London Fields Bootlegger Series: Marzen , London Fields Tate , London Fields Bootlegger Series: Chocolate Porter 54, London Fields Wheat Beer 50, London Fields Bootlegger Series: American Black Ale 90, London Fields Bootlegger Series: Pumpkin Ale , London Fields Bootlegger Series: Weizen Doppel Bock , London Fields 3 Weiss Monkeys 65, London Fields Black Forest Imperial Stout 90
Fin (543) Merton, Oxfordshire, England, England | March 3, 2013
70 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 14/20
Loz and I visited here Sat 2nd March 2013, It was pretty easy to find the 388 bus took us here having caught the bus outside Brewdog Shoreditch. This place is ahem... simply furnished and appears to be a shrine to large sheets of plyboard, in fact benches, walls, ceilings everything seemed to be plyboard, to say it was spartan and simple would be an understatement. On the plus side, this place was very busy, there was an excellent selection of reasonably priced beers and as you would expect all of these were London Fields beers, and the staff were friendly and helpful. The beers we had were also very decent. This is also a short walk from the Cock Tavern, On the minus side, there was no heating, in fact most people sat with their coats on, they had a large space heater but this wasn’t on, and there seemed to be something of an obsession with brewery tours with staff seemingly diverted to brewery tour duties, however to be fair it seemed like this was a good earner for them. We had Simcoce India Black Ale (me) and Loz had the Triangle IPA both were v.good but I preferred mine. I would probably come here again if in the area and would certainly hunt out there beers again in future.
Boudicca (694) London, England | December 1, 2012
18 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 1/10 SELECTION 1/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 5/20
The London Fields brewery is close to the station and the very pleasant London Fields park in Hackney. The “London, City of Beer” website said they were open on Saturdays and Sundays during the summer so we visited one sunny Sunday afternoon.
The brewery is under the railway arches and there’s a bar in the courtyard, which could have been nice except that it looked as if it had been abandoned in haste after a particularly raucous party. It was littered with plastic glasses, bottles, left over beer, fag ends and half-eaten food. There was no one serving at the bar so we had a nice but expensive ice cream from the little stall that shares the arches with the brewery. I also visited the toilets but they were indescribably disgusting and wouldn’t have been out of place in a shanty town with no mains sewage system or running water.
I understand that the brewery now has a more conventional bar nearby, which I haven’t visited yet and probably won’t unless I have the all clear from a health and safety inspector first.
(Visited 5 August 2012).
jackl (401) Charlottesville, Virginia | July 9, 2012
84 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 18/20
London Fields Brewery is now open every Saturday & Sunday to visitors. When the weather’s good, it’s a great place to visit. The Brewery’s located in a ’gentrifying’ part of East London, north of Bethnal Green. The layout’s pretty DIY but inviting. You can sit outside in their yard, or in two of their warehouse rooms. Seats are fabricated from unused kegs and planks of wood. The selection is good - there’s always something like 6 to 8 of their beers available. No guest beers. They’re an improving brewery, and some of their stuff is quite tasty indeed. Prices are reasonable, the service is friendly. Food’s provided in the courtyard, and is of good value (£6ish pounds for a made-to-order pulled pork sandwich). Live bands play on occasion, adding to an already cheery atmosphere. Overall, I do like visiting here. It’s a nice, relaxed place to hang out. It’s a lot like an informal version of weekends at Brooklyn Brewery.
Leighton (591) London, England | June 22, 2012
82 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 18/20
I’ve come here for the Dead Dolls Club event thing. It’s a fantastic atmosphere. Usually about eight LFB beers available on tap or in bottle. Good food, music, nice vibes. Good prices. Friendly bartenders. Definitely worth stopping by here. It’s right near London Fields so make it a little afternoon out and enjoy.
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