Beavertown Neck Oil
packs a huge amount of flavour into a light, refreshing beer. Beavertown Neck Oil is crammed full of hops that are added at different times during the brew to bring out their individual flavours while reducing the bitterness. It starts out very dry to taste that is then quickly overtaken by the floral fruity notes of the hops before a dry, hoppy full-flavoured finish that makes a mockery of its low abv.
Founded in 2011 by Logan Plant in the basement of a pub the brewery has grown up and become one of the flagship London breweries around. Taking its name from the old cockney name for the Victorian part of London De Beauvoir they quickly out grew the basement of Dukes Brew and Que and relocated to Hackney Wick. After a short time there they realised they needed to grow again and made a final move over to Tottenham Hale in North London. There they have perfected such brews as Gamma Ray and gained a loyal fan base for their modern and forward thinking beers.