Wild Card Brewery
Time Out says
Micro-brewery and bar serving a range of bottled, cask beers and keg beers.
Unit 7, Ravenswood Industrial Estate
|Transport:||Wood St rail|
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Average User Rating
4.8 / 5
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I had a fantastic time on Sunday at the Wild Card Brewery. They were hosting a vegan market (to accompany their amazing beers!) at their brewery. From the beers I tried I must say Jack of Clubs- Ruby was my favourite! The Ruby had coffee under tones and a very slight sweetness to it. I will definitely be going back (maybe on a sunnier day so I can sit outside) to enjoy more of what they have on offer! All round a great experience and gets you out to other areas of London you may have not visited.
Great beer, exceptionally friendly and helpful people. You want more? Rather a nice bottle lable design, too, but that's jam on it.
Great beer (Queen of Diamonds is a fave), Good pizza, I have bought art from there and sometimes bands playing the corner
Fantastic place, with a great team running it always keeping in mind what really matters: the quality of your product & the people you work with!
Relaxed atmosphere, DJs, rotating street food, amazing beer, and it's all in an industrial estate. What's not to love?!
Really proud to have this as my local. I went there with a massive group last Saturday and they were very accommodating, everyone loved the different choices of flavours of the beers and as always the staff were chirpy and welcoming.
Some people have commented on it not being in a picturesque location when actually I quite the fact that it's tucked away somewhere you wouldn't expect to find :-D
It's not as huge, cool or over the top as similarly industrial brewery Beavertown (up in Tottenham) but Wild Card has its own charm. Alongside its usual beers, they've got a selection of other local brews too. The perfect place to spend a sunny saturday. In a carpark.
Tucked away on a not particularly picturesque industrial estate in Walthamstow is this little gem, with a cracking selection of ales and a small outdoor area to sup them in. They often also host events and small festivals and the estate is also home to God's Own Junkyard. Well worth a visit, you'll forget about the setting after a couple of pints of Queen of Diamonds!