SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

By Alex Cosgrove

Meet The Brewery – Pure ‘Smiths’

We’re taking over ‘SMITHS’ for one night only! Join us on the 28th September as we host a meet the brewer event with one of our favourite places in the Capital.

We are holding a tap takeover with Longhorn IPA, Lawless Lager plus a rare keg of our prototype brew. We will be hosting a talk on the history of Purity and how our beers are brewed with our head brewer Flo.

To secure your name on the guest list email Alena @ ‘SMITHS’ Alena@smithsofsmithfield.co.uk

‘SMITHS’ of Smithfield is the Grade II listed four-floor venue in the heart of Smithfield Market – London’s only working meat market.

The venue and it’s 3 restaurant’s priority has always been to serve simple food made from the finest British ingredients, served in an unpretentious way in a relaxed atmosphere.

The impressive building was lovingly restored by the “SMITHS” team with architects Wells Mackereth, having stood empty for over 40 years. There’s a definitive New York feel to the overall style with plenty of open spaces, blasted brickwork, big windows and comfy leather seating. Each of the four floors has a distinctive style – food, design and atmosphere – offering pretty much something for everyone depending on mood, budget or time.

For more information on ‘SMITHS’ check out http://www.smithsofsmithfield.co.uk/ or follow their social media. https://twitter.com/thisissmithshttps://www.facebook.com/ThisisSmiths

By Alex Cosgrove

Saddle Black in the Captial

Fresh from appearing at Craft Beer Rising, Purity Brewing Co are delighted to announce the first kegs of Saddle Black pouring in London will be with our friends The Water Poet. Please join us from 5pm on Thursday 3rd March for a beer on us.

 

 

For more information please check out our social media channels and The Water Poet:

https://www.facebook.com/puritybrewingco/https://twitter.com/Purityalehttp://www.waterpoet.co.uk/https://www.facebook.com/waterpoet.co.ukhttps://twitter.com/thewaterpoet

Saddle Black in the Captial