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PARTY ----> Goodbye Almond Road - Sat Oct 28 - 11AM to 10 PM

Partizan Brewing

Partizan Brewing Ltd has the honour and privilege of inviting you, the brewery faithful, to our final day serving beer in our original Almond Road railway arch location. 


Saturday, 28 October  

11 AM——>10 PM

8 Almond Road, 

South Bermondsey, SE16 3LR

This taproom swan song will bring together a slew of our beers - some old faithfuls and some more unusual brews - as well as bringing in beer from our closest industry friends who have helped us out over the past five years.  Five years!  You see, our move brings us close enough to our fifth year, too - so we thought it should be a bit of a double-header.  Together we can sling beers while we reminisce about where we’ve come, where we’re going and the people that helped us get here.  To aid with this cathartic musing, we will be bringing in kegs from Beavertown, Kernel, Brew by Numbers, Magic Rock and Redemption.  There is a solid chance that we will not have a functioning credit card payment machine - so please come armed with cash!  There will be music…

The following week, we officially relocate to our new site at 34 Raymouth Road, where we will continue to operate from 12 to 8 as usual, every Saturday.  Launch Party: Early 2018.


White Russian Imperial Stout

Partizan Brewing

So i had dinner earlier this year with the very charming and inspiring Alex Kratena who we had worked with previously on the Negroni project, mostly to discuss a series of talks he's doing this summer with P(our) targeted at  professional bar peoples in the beer industry. It wasn't really the intention but we came up with quite a lot of exciting ideas for beers too which we will now be trying to brew over the course of the next year or so. 

The first one, pictured here is the White Russian Imperial Stout, quite obviously inspired by 'White Russian' cocktails and Russian export Imperial Stouts.

The recipe is very simple - a very traditional mix of Roasted, brown (similar roast profile to filter coffee beans) and pale malt with the addition of lactose for creaminess and coffee from our good friends at has-bean for well...  coffee-ness.

There are two casks out there already, one is going on at the Harp in Covent garden this Thursday, which all the Partizan team will be at and it was also on over the weekend at the Crown and Anchor in Brixton - Both lovely lovely pubs. Go have a look.

We're not going to give too much away about the next beer but here is a little teaser