Biercraft & Braybrooke Beer Co develop house label for Evelyn's Table

Jacopo Mazzeo

Jacopo Mazzeo

30 August 2019

Kitchen bar Evelyn’s Table has partnered with London merchant Biercraft and craft brewery Braybrooke Beer Co to create its own house label with an eye to food pairing.

The new brew, dubbed Evelyn’s Table Beer, is a 3.8% abv pilsner with character derived mainly from the use of Mandarina Bavaria hops and a yeast strain hailing from Bamberg.

‘[At] Biercraft [...] we love all things beer- and food-related and enjoy putting the best of both together wherever possible, so this was a perfect opportunity to do this by helping to make a beer for a very special restaurant,’ said Nick Trower, founder of Biercraft.

Braybrooke is a project born as a collaboration between 10 Greek Street’s Luke Wilson and Cameron Emirali, Stephan Michel of German brewery Mahrs Bräu and Biercraft's Nick Trower himself.

With a flagship beer made into the style of a traditional keller and the use of Bavarian ingredients, it comes as no surprise that Evelyn’s Table Beer has a markedly German soul.

The new brew is now served at Evelyn’s Table as well as at all its sister sites: The Blue Posts, The Palomar and The Mulwray. It will soon be stocked at The Barbary too.

‘We are particularly excited about [...] Evelyn’s Table beer being served across our small family of sites,’ commented Luke Robinson, head chef of Evelyn’s Table. ‘The beer itself is light and tropical, and is a great way to start a meal.’

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