May 11, 2018
Perfectly bridging the gap between daytime coffee shop and evening drinking haunt, BrewStone is the perfect respite for those looking to eat, drink and relax. The interior decor is what we can only describe as “industrial chic” – all reclaimed wooden flooring and exposed brick walls – which gives it a sophisticated yet welcoming atmosphere. You shouldn’t be surprised to find an eclectic clientele in BrewStone; during the day it attracts weary shoppers hungry for tea and cake, and in the evening a young and attractive crowd looking for the latest in mixology.
BrewStone prides itself on its modern takes on classic cocktails – such as the BrewStone Martini infused with parsley – but they also create many modern concoctions and even make their own vermouth. A couple of their most recent combinations include the Hideaway Indulgence (chocolate vodka, berry liqueur, raspberry, 12-year-old whiskey, honey and smoky cinnamon bubbles) and the Kraken Rum Runner (spiced rum, raspberry liqueur, merlot, lime, orange & pineapple juices and vanilla syrup). Beers at BrewStone are predominantly craft and small-scale, both on draught and in bottles, and while the wine list isn’t exhaustive, it covers all bases on the taste profile and is mostly served by the glass. The food at BrewStone runs the gamut from a cast-iron breakfast plate, to wood-fired pizzas, salads, seafood and small taster plates to accompany your libations. Photo credit : http://brewstone.co.uk/site/pages/51