We’ve introduced 15 hand-picked beers to our collection. They'll be on rotation daily, so be sure to pop in on different days to try our range!
Our aim in this is to give our guest a better choice of ‘free-from’ drinks to choose from this summer. To do this, we have taken steps to ensure we are able to provide our drinkers both vegan and gluten-free beers in our pub, however if you have any questions, allergies or intolerances to gluten please let us know before ordering.
We’re thrilled to be working with a sustainable brewer, Brewgooder, to launch two completely exclusive beers this summer – find out more about Fonio and Triplicity by downloading our Summer Craft Beer Residency Guide below
Fonio IPA - 4.3%
Brewgooder x Brooklyn
An exclusive to our pubs! An IPA brewed using African super grain Fonio. This is the first time Fonio has been used for brewing in the UK. This ancient and sustainable grain grows well in low-nutrient soil and provides a lucrative source of income to farmers in West Africa.
Pale Ale - 5.0%
A beer that needs no introduction. It has a bright, flowery, and citrus flavour balanced by a toasted and slightly sweet malt body. Sierra Nevada have been pioneering the brewing world for more than 40 years, with innovation emerging from both the brewhouse and sustainability initiatives.
Lucky Saint - 0.5%
Lucky Saint is an alcohol-free Superior Unfiltered Lager made with just four natural ingredients - Pilsner Malt, Hallertau Hops, Spring Water and classic lager yeast. Lucky Saint leave their beer unfiltered for maximum flavour, without the alcohol. 66 calories per bottle and vegan.
To celebrate the start of the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan, we’re bringing you a seriously tasty selection of craft beers.
Take your pick from a crisp, classic Asahi or try the Hitachino Nest White — a delicious Japanese import. That’s not all… Truman’s and Yokohama Brewery have teamed up to bring you JPA — Japanese Pale Ale, exclusively created for the RWC 2019.
We’ll also have plenty of different beers on rotation daily at Sixty Million Postcards, but remember, once they’re gone, they’re gone.