An award-winning new craft brewery less than a mile from, and inspired by, the world-famous gardens at Kew. We brew our great tasting beers sustainably, using only English malt and hops - in 'craft' quantities, of course - to keep our food miles down, with a few 'botanical' twists. All our beers are unfined - beer, naturally!
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Upcoming events Sunday 5th March 2017 – Kew Market Friday 10th March 2017 – Tasting at St Margaret’s Wines (TBC) Wednesday 3rd May 2017 – Tap Takeover and Meet The Brewer at The Pineapple, Kentish Town (TBC) Recent events Thursday 16th Febraury 2017 – Meet The Brewer event at Micro Beers in Sheen Come and[…]
In more good awards news, we’ve also just found out that our chilli porter, Nightshade, has just been voted Beer of the Festival at the Spa Valley Railway beer festival 2016, organised in conjunction with West Kent CAMRA. Cheers!
I’m delighted to say that, having won Ealing Beer Festival last year with our Kew Green (& Black) chocolate milk stout, we have somehow managed to win again this year too, and this time with a different beer. Our Pagoda Pale has been crowned Beer of the Festival for 2016. (And our stout still managed[…]
I’m very pleased to say that you can now buy our beers online. We are now stocked by: Ales By Mail Craft Metropolis So what’s stopping you? Give us a try….
Rather unexpectedly, a couple of our beers have made an appearance in the Daily Mail online – as part of a story on a scientific approach to pouring beer. Have a look here. There’s even an accompanying video in which one of our beers gets scientifically poured. I don’t suppose it is intended to be[…]
I was so busy plastering the good news on Twitter and Facebook that I completely forgot to post it here. I am pleased to say that we are now, officially, an award-winning brewery. Our chocolate milk stout, Kew Green (& Black), was named Champion Beer of Ealing Beer Festival. A big thank you to everyone[…]
It’s very flattering to see Botanic has been recommended by the Daily Telegraph as one of 10 British beers to try this summer. You can read the whole article on the Daily Telegraph website by following this link: http://bit.ly/1GHjjRx