The Tottenham-based craft beer connoisseurs are known for their imaginative beer offerings and the inventive, colourful designs on their cans. At the Takeover, visitors will be able to try a selection of Beavertown’s award-winning brews, including pub favourite Gamma Ray, the quirkily named Lupuloid, and Tempus Project Metamorph Brett IPA from their pale ale selection. Meanwhile tart and fruity Dame Melba Peach and Raspberry Berliner Weisse will also be available to try, as will the brewery’s Battle of the Trees Barrel Aged Sour. From the darker selection, guests will have the chance to sample Beavertown’s lesser known, chilli-infused Fire & Fury Infused Imp Stout.
Beavertown is not only known for its stellar beers, the brewery is also known for the unique designs adorning the cans of its different brews. In-house illustrator Nick Dwyer is behind the brand’s imagery, which feature spacemen, Day of the Dead-esque skulls and flying spaceships. If you’ve ever gazed upon the psychedelic designs and wondered what inspired them, now’s the time to find out, because Nick will be live drawing at the Takeover event, as well as hosting a talk on Beavertown’s creative vision. Head of barrel ageing programme Jonny will then talk on the company’s brewing process, and guests will have the opportunity to browse a range of Beavertown’s original artwork.
|What||Tate Tap Takeover with Beavertown brewery|
|Where||Tate Modern, Bankside, London, SE1 9TG | MAP|
|Nearest tube||St. Paul's (underground)|
On 26 Jul 18, 6:30 PM – 10:30 PM
|Website||Click here for more information|