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Brewers of some of the coolest looking beer around. Beavertown started out in Duke's Brew and Que in De Beauvoir Town, which is how it got its name – 'Beavertown' is apparently what cockneys used to call this gentrified area of London. Before long they needed more room and moved to Fish Island before heading to even larger premises in Tottenham, but of course you can still get a Beavertown brew in De Beauvoir. And fantastic illustrator Nick Dwyer is the man behind Beavertown's eccentric and eye-catching labels.
Beavertown’s taproom is just as impressive as you’d expect. It’s the place to go for alfresco beers in Tottenham, whether you’re drinking from the tap or from one of its famous illustrated cans. Alternatively, if you’re a football fan, head to its location at the nearby Spurs stadium for a tipple at the UK’s only onsite footie ground microbrewery.
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Spent Saturday afternoon in the beautiful sunshine at Beavertown! If the weather is good, it's absolutely worth the visit. They have also put up a tent outside for those rainy days. Make sure you get there right on 2pm to score a table.
You can get a 6 pack of cans for only £12 and they always have all their standard beers plus a few of their special brews. My favourite Tropigamma unfortunately wasn't in stock when I was there, but I settled for the Lupaloid which I now also love.
I hope everyone else enjoys their time at Beavertown as much as I did! Can't wait to visit again.
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