Craft Beers on Tap at Sixty Million Postcards

We’ve introduced 7 hand-picked ales, beers and lagers to our collection and they're now pouring at Sixty Million Postcards.

Take your pick from a crisp and light Gipsy Hill or try the All For One — a big and juicy American IPA, brewed by Laine brewing company in collaboration with famous brewer Megan Stone. Whatever your taste may be, we’ve got something for everyone.

Our beers will be on rotation daily but once they're gone, they're gone....

Mallet Man - 4.5%

Medium-bodied pale ale with aromas of citrus and a refreshing herbal hop character balanced by malty caramel and a light bitter finish.

Gipsy Hill - 4.2%

Crisp, light and quaffable pale ale with soft citrus notes, crammed full of Simcoe and Calypso hops.

Vocation - 3.5%
Black and White

Brewed to a sessionable strength of 3.5% using only the best New Zealand hops gives this pale a clean citrus and zesty taste with hints of pine, rounding off with a soft bitterness.

Millionaire - 4.7%
Wild Beer Co

Salted caramel chocolate milk stout with aromas of caramel, toffee and dark chocolate.

High Wire - 5.5%
Magic Rock Brewing

A tribute to the pale ales of the West Coast of America with mango, lychee and lip-smacking grapefruit flavours harmonise against a smoothly composed malt base.

Zero Five - 0.5%

The fresh and fruity Zero Five pours a light amber in colour with the tantalising aromas of peach and lemon.

All For One - 5.5%
Laine Brew Co / Megan Stone

A big and juicy American IPA, brewed by Laine brewing company in collaboration with Megan Stone. Double dry-hopped to bring big bold flavours.

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.