Howling Hops, Hackney Wick

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LONDON | Howling Hops Hackney Wick is the UK’s first dedicated tank bar. What this means is exactly what you’d expect – there are no pipes, lines or kegs here, rather the beer is served directly from the tanks. It’s located in a former industrial estate, the same former estate where you’ll find Crate Brewery & Pizzeria. The space is large and open, with ample seating and table space to suit groups of any size.

The beers are tasty and tend to be of the hoppy variety. They’re served out of 10 tanks with 10 different beers behind a 10 meter long bar. When we visited the majority of the beers were hop focused, featuring hops from the USA and New Zealand. We quite enjoyed all of the beers that we tried at Howling Hops, with our favourite being the the Pale XX, a 5% pale ale hopped with cascade, centennial, columbus and simcoe hops.

Food wise, it was Billy Smokes Barbecue selling their American BBQ to fill the stomachs of those with an appetite, but we didn’t eat when we visited.

There are even spirits and wine available for those who aren’t into beer, which is something we don’t see often enough when it comes to breweries. Sure most people don’t come to a brewery to not drink beer, but if you’re with a few friends and there’s a non-beer drinker in the group, it’s nice to go to places that appreciate that they might still want a drink.

Howling Hops

Unit 9, Queens Yard
London E9 5EN
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 3583 8262
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://howlinghops.co.uk/

Open
Sun – Thu: 12:00pm to 11:00pm
Fri – Sat: 12:00pm to 12:00am

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