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Say hello to Hammerton, Islington’s new microbrewery

Posted at 2:00 pm, July 11, 2014 in Food & Drink
Hammerton Brewery

Another week, another new microbrewery opening in London. Plot all them all on a map, however, and you’ll see that there’s one central area with a glaring lack of local ales – Islington. But that’s all changing with the opening of the Hammerton Brewery, the first commercial beer producer in the borough since 1976 (bar a couple of brewpubs). Hammerton was originally founded in 1868, but closed in the 1950s; now, a descendant of the original brewers has begun fermenting, mashing and bottling under the original name (although in new premises, a railway arch off the Cally Road). Look out for the Islington unfiltered lager, the Pentonville oyster stout (made with real Maldon bivalves!) and the N7 New World hopped pale ale.

Hammerton Brewery

Find out more at hammertonbrewery.co.uk. They’re having their first open day tomorrow July 12 from noon-10pm. Go take a look!

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