Temple Brew House
May 11, 2018
Only a quick stroll from the Thames, Temple Brew House has quickly established itself as an unpretentious place to grab a well-crafted pint in the absolute heart of London. The home base of the newly formed Essex Street Brewing Company, Temple Brew House professes to have only three goals: make delicious beer, have fun making said delicious beer, and to make sure everyone else has a blast enjoying their delicious beer. Upon first impression, the basement venue in the the historic Temple district does a great job of looking the part of a beer pub with wooden floors, exposed brick beams, and dim light. Upon further inspection, they truly act the part too. Two of their very own ales from Essex Street Brewing – crafted on site – and three guest ales are on hand pulls. Their house creations are the Temp-Ale, a smooth, auburn brew meant to me enjoyed over stretched-out sessions, and the Gavel, which is inspired by the craft ales of America. The guest ales comes from a list of the best, and usually local, selections that they can get their hands on. The ales are just the start as they are backed up by over a dozen draft taps pouring beer from all over the world and a stocked fridge doling out an equally-as-diverse selection of bottles and cans. There’s definitely something to be said for having lofty goals, and it’s more than safe to say Temple Brew House is well on their way to accomplishing their goals.
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