A medium-bodied, unfiltered, Pilsner-style lager, brewed with a Weihenstephan lager yeast strain, Tettnanger and Magnum hops for a crisp finish with subtle bitterness.
|Sight||Pale straw||Strength||4.5% ABV|
|Smell||Fresh bread||Bitterness||• • • • •|
|Taste||Crisp, refreshing with subtle finish||Sweetness||• • • • •|
Records from the 1720s refer to East London as ‘The Part Beyond the Tower’ inspiring the name of this slightly hazy, session IPA. Citra, Chinook and Mandarina Bavaria hops impart citrus, tropical and resinous flavours.
|Sight||Pale and hazy||Strength||3.8% ABV|
|Smell||Citrus, floral||Bitterness||• • • • •|
|Taste||Juicy, tropical and refreshing||Sweetness||• • • • •|
An unfiltered, naturally hazy pale ale with a silky mouthfeel. Generously dry-hopped with Mosaic, Ekuanot and Motueka for a wonderfully citrus and tropical flavour. Fermented with London Ale III yeast for a mildly bitter finish.
|Sight||Pale and hazy||Strength||4.6% ABV|
|Smell||Hoppy||Bitterness||• • • • •|
|Taste||Citrus, Tropical||Sweetness||• • • • •|
Our best-selling session pale ale has a subtle bitterness which leads to a crisp, refreshing finish. The addition of Bobek hops in the fermenter imparts floral and citrus aromas.
|Sight||Pale gold||Strength||4.0% ABV|
|Smell||Grassy, lemon, delicate||Bitterness||• • • • •|
|Taste||Sweet lemon, biscuit, crisp finish||Sweetness||• • • • •|
So named as it was the first beer we brewed! An amber best bitter, with a good balance of maltiness, marmalade notes and a crisp, bitter finish.
|Sight||Pale amber||Strength||4.2% ABV|
|Smell||Marmalade, toffee||Bitterness||• • • • •|
|Taste||Toffee, yellow fruits, dry biscuit finish||Sweetness||• • • • •|
Award-winning, honey coloured classic pale ale brewed with English hops, malt and oats. Sweet fruit aromas lead into a crisp, clean finish.
|Sight||Pale gold||Strength||4.2% ABV|
|Smell||Hedgerows and red fruit||Bitterness||• • • • •|
|Taste||Caramel biscuit body with smooth, bitter finish||Sweetness||• • • • •|
This smooth, dark ale has a nutty taste and its blend of five different malts gives it a satisfyingly rich character. Dry-hopping with Brewers’ Gold gives it added complexity and flavour.
|Sight||Rich chestnut||Strength||4.5% ABV|
|Smell||Caramel, red fruits, spicy||Bitterness||• • • • •|
|Taste||Red fruits, malted biscuit, smooth full finish||Sweetness||• • • • •|
A floral, citrusy APA, generously hopped with American aromatic hops. Named after the grid at the front of old US steam trains used to deflect livestock on the tracks!
|Smell||Floral, hoppy||Bitterness||• • • • •|
|Taste||Citrusy, refreshing||Sweetness||• • • • •|
An all-English golden ale, hopped with Bramling Cross to impart berry notes and lovingly made with a blend of lager, pale and wheat malt for a smooth, refreshing mouthfeel.
|Smell||Red berries, floral||Bitterness||• • • • •|
|Taste||Apricot, biscuit, dry finish||Sweetness||• • • • •|
A multi-award winner, this is an elegantly dark, chocolatey oatmeal stout. Rich and smooth, with a bitter-coffee finish and creamy mouthfeel.
|Sight||Dark chocolate||Strength||5.5% ABV|
|Smell||Coffee, dark fruits||Bitterness||• • • • •|
|Taste||Dark chocolate, black fruit, coffee finish||Sweetness||• • • • •|
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East London Brewing Company is situated at the end of Lammas Road, just off the Lea Bridge Road in E10, next to the Waterworks Nature Reserve. We are about 10 minutes from Lea Bridge overland station and on both 55 and 56 bus routes.