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Five Points Brewing (Brewery)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Five Points - Railway PorterExcellent1
Five Points - Five Points PaleExcellent1
Five Points - First Brews No. 4 – Pale Ale Good1
Five Points - Hook Island RedGood1
Picture 1. Five Points Brewing, Hackney, Greater London
Picture 2. Five Points Brewing, Hackney, Greater London
Picture 3. Five Points Brewing, Hackney, Greater London

Visits Details

18 Jul 2013 (Stephen Harris)
It seems amazing that this brewery has only been open a matter of months, so well-established are their beers becoming. The brewers have now settled on their three basic recipies and will no longer be labelling beer as ‘First Brews’.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Five Points - Railway Porter4.80ExcellentPlenty of chocolate flavours.
Five Points - Five Points Pale4.40ExcellentThe bittering hop in this one is Magnum.
Five Points - Hook Island Red6.00GoodStrong, red, rye beer, with Chinook, Columbus and Simcoe hops.
18 Jun 2013 (Stephen Harris)
An enjoyable visit to this impressive brewery organised by North London CAMRA – the first hosted at the brewery (they have a Brewery Open Day on 6 July). Ed Mason and Head Brewer Greg talked 30-40 of us through the brewery’s short history and their brewing philosophy before we had a taste of one of the beers. The group then went around the corner to the Cock Tavern for further tasting.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Five Points - First Brews No. 4 – Pale Ale 4.40GoodOn gravity dispense. Not as rounded in flavour as this beer can be, with a harsh, bitter aftertaste. I think it was a little bit too ‘brewery fresh’ and green.

About the Five Points Brewing

The pub sign. Five Points Brewing, Hackney, Greater London

Summary of Beer Scores

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Excellent2
Good2
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Website.

The pub is found in Hackney, Greater London, E8 1JE.

A small brewery established in 2012, with beers first appearing in the trade in March 2013. The brewery occupies a large railway arch beneath Hackney Downs railway station, and has a 10 barrel brewing capacity. Cask, bottled and, with effect from June 2013, key-keg beers are produced, primarily for a local market.

We have visited this pub twice, seen 4 different beers and tried them all.

Map location

Postcode: E8 1JE