IN A FEW WORDS
"As Lascelles’ hoppy pale ale settles in the glass, I watch the rain smattering against the windows. The beer is as wonderful as the setting..."
Michael Hodges, FT.com
"Jamboree Ale comes from the East London Brewery in Leyton just down a shot on the dastardly, daren't-traverse-it-on-a-dark night, Lea Bridge Road and they're producing sensational beer."
The American Londoner
IN MORE DETAIL
NEW YORK TIMES - JULY 2012
HALFWAY through my first pint of Nightwatchman - a lightly roasted, malty ale from the East London Brewing Company - the bartender replaced the low-volume Little Willie Littlefield LP with the atmospheric vinyl crackle of "Lightnin' Strikes".... See Full Article
MELTHAIR & THE LOVERATS' GUIDE TO REAL ALE - JUNE 2012
Mmm buttery ale heaven. Slips down so well in the sunshine. It's so polite. See Full Article
FT.COM - JULY 2012
... in the past five years the gap has been filled by a new generation of small brewers such as Stuart Lascelles, who gave up a career as a research chemist to put his life savings (“and some of my wife’s”) into the East London Brewing Company. “I thought I saw a gap in the market,” he tells me. “Now there are five other breweries in my part of London alone. But go to The Royal Oak in Columbia Road – they take a lot of my beer.” As Lascelles’ hoppy pale ale settles in the glass, I watch the rain smattering against the windows. The beer is as wonderful as the setting: See Full Article
EAST LONDON DRINKER - SEPT 2011
It’s an exciting time for beer and brewing in East London... September will see the opening of the East London Brewing Company: a brand new 10 barrel plant tucked away in a corner of an industrial estate in Lea Bridge (the flat bit between Clapton and Baker Arms). See Full Article