"Largest brewery taproom in Hackney" set to open doors in April
A London brewery has announced that it is relocating to a new site as it prepares to open ‘the largest brewery taproom’ in the area.
The Five Points Brewing Co., based in Hackney, is moving its brewhouse to a new Mare Street site, which will serve as the company’s headquarters.
The company has also announced that there will be a new open air taproom and yard space at the site, set to open to the public in April.
It is aiming to open up an additional indoor taproom in May, depending on government restrictions.
Five Points said: “Our brand new brewery and open-air taproom venue is coming to the heart of Hackney this spring….and, of course, there will be tank-fresh Five Points pints all round.
“Goodness gracious, are we excited for this.
“We are finally moving slowly, but surely, towards safely sharing pints with friends and family once more.
“With a roadmap announced, we plan to launch the open air part of the new Five Points Taproom in time for the mid-April easing of lockdown.
“Our open-air taproom and yard space will serve the freshest pints of Five Points beer in London.
“From our flagship Five Points Pale, to our crisp, refreshing Pilsner, or tropical and juicy JUPA, our beers will be tank fresh, and served in the largest brewery taproom in Hackney.”
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