Beavertown Brewery gets a make-over as the Taproom reopens

Beavertown Brewery gets a make-over as the Taproom reopens

Having been closed for over a year, Beavertown’s Tottenham-based taproom reopened to the public this month with a brand new look and feel crafted by the mastermind behind the brand’s designs. 

For the past 10 years, creative director Nick Dwyer has been honing the brewery’s iconic look, gradually taking his ideas from the page of his sketchbook to the much-loved cans, and then to the brand’s first advertising campaign last summer. 

Since then, his out-of-this-world illustrations have become part of Beavertown’s real life infrastructure, covering the walls of the brand’s first pub, Corner Pin, and now the new Taproom.

With 11 taps providing the full Beavertown core range as fresh as it can be, brand new drinking spaces and an exciting programme of events scheduled throughout the year, the new Taproom is set to be the ultimate spring and summer drinking destination.

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