REVIEW: The Other Room

Last Thursday I found myself looking up at walls adorned with oil paintings that emanated something quite classical. The ceiling was high and the ornately framed artworks hung from a heritage coloured backdrop of slate blue-grey walls. I could’ve been in an art gallery, but no, the lighting was dimmed and the area small and […]

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REVIEW: Brewhouse & Kitchen, Highbury.

The 21st June marked an important date on the natural calendar, Summer Solstice Β (or The Longest Day). It’s a point at which we celebrate Midsummer and more daylight hours, a good time then to also mark the official opening of a pub which boasts a sizeable sun-trap of a terrace, so that’s exactly what happened. […]

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REVIEW: Beer & Buns

Making my way up darkened, dimly lit stairwells lined with walls of black paint and chalked motifs I find myself on the top floor of London’s K10 building, in the pop-up craft beer bar, Beer and Buns. It’s a Friday night and many folk have a been lured by the buzz of this pop-up to […]

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BREWERY FEATURE: UBREW

There’s a new brewery hitting East London, only this one is a little different, this one requires YOU to brew the beer. In a project that brings to mind the shared olive and grape presses of Mediterranean villages, the concept of UBREWΒ will see peopleΒ coming together to use the state of the art kit and quality […]

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