Typically lagging behind pubs and taprooms in their beer options, bars and restaurants are offering up a new way to enjoy this classic British drink.
Camarillo at Hawksmoor
In their own words, this is Hawksmoor’s take on a ‘grown up Lilt’. Tropical vibes, deriving from the West Coast American hops of Hawksmoor’s own Session IPA, are complemented with rye whiskey, Suze bitters, grapefruit, and lemon.
Brixton Spritz at Nanban
Tim Anderson has always had an affinity with beer, teaming up with Pressure Drop in Tottenham to create the perfect partner to his ramen at Nanban. It also shows in the cocktails, with a special nod to the local – in this case, sake, Prosecco, and Campari, balanced out with Brixton pale ale.
Guadalajara Michelada at Cantina Laredo
Pick a beer off Cantina Laredo’s list – which mostly consists of accessible pilsners – and it’ll be served long with tomato juice, lime, hot sauce, and salt. A refreshing tipple that pairs well with their tacos and tostadas.
The Season of the Witch at The Wigmore
With this Michel Roux Jr. impression of a modern pub comes a welcome dedication to good beer. The Wigmore’s even gone so far as to brew its own, with the help of Bermondsey brewery Brew By Numbers. With Season of the Witch, The Wigmore’s saison is blended with sloe gin, spiced mead, mango, grapefruit, and fresh raspberries.Continue Reading