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BREWHOUSE & KITCHEN - HIGHBURY TEAM

Opening Times

Monday - Thursday
11:00 - 23:00

Friday - Saturday
11:00 - 24:00

Sunday
12:00 - 22:30

Food Served

Monday - Saturday
12:00 - 22:00

Sunday
12:00 - 21:00

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Address

2a Corsica Street,
Highbury,
London,

N5 1JJ

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T: 0207 226 1026

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A warm welcome from Brewhouse & Kitchen Highbury!

We’re a bit different from your traditional pub – we brew our own, unique craft beers on-site in our brew-tiful microbrewery! As well as matching every dish on our menu to a style of beer we also love cooking with beer –so be sure to keep an eye out for recipes that make use of the beers we brew!

We’re pleased to welcome well behaved children, dogs and adults at Brewhouse & Kitchen 🙂

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Burger Monday

It’s double the fun on Monday’s*, with two for one on our Burgers available all day!

Take your pick from our B&K Classic, Buttermilk Fried Chicken or Veggie Burgers, all served with a side of our Skin-on Fries.

Now, to decide which friend to take with you!

*Bank Holiday Mondays excluded

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Gin Tasting Masterclass - £35pp!

Delve into the wonderful world of gin! Under the guidance of our Gin Expert, you’ll discover the origins & history of gin, including an insight into the distilling process. You’ll get to taste 5 different (delicious!) gins, whilst you are guided through the tasting notes, botanicals and subtleties of gin. All this is complimented by some tasty nibbles & our range of Fever Tree tonics. Finish off by choosing your favourite gin and enjoying a large, perfectly served G&T -let the fun be-GIN!

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Meet the Brewer

Meet our brilliant Brewer every Thursday from 7pm and ask them any questions you may have about our beer. Take part in mini beer masterclasses and enjoy  free beer tasters all evening!

 

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Beer Masterclass

Want to learn more about beer? Try one of our Beer Masterclasses and enjoy 2 hours with our Beer Expert sampling 8 different beers from around the world for £25! For an extra £10, you can tuck into a delicious B&K burger from our Masterclass menu! Book or buy a gift card online and be ready to become a beer expert!

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Beer Masterclass

Want to learn more about beer? Try one of our Beer Masterclasses and enjoy 2 hours with our Beer Expert sampling 8 different beers from around the world for £25! For an extra £10, you can tuck into a delicious B&K burger from our Masterclass menu! Book or buy a gift card online and be ready to become a beer expert!

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Brewery Experience Day

Ever wanted to brew your own beer? Then join our Brewer on a Brewery Experience Day for £85! The day starts at 10am with a bacon roll before you start the brewing process. Of course, there will be lots of beer to try throughout the day and you’ll also get to enjoy a tasty lunch with us before taking your very own mini keg home with you at the end of the day! These days make great gifts so pop onto our website to book or purchase a gift card!

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Gin Tasting Masterclass - £35pp!

Delve into the wonderful world of gin! Under the guidance of our Gin Expert, you’ll discover the origins & history of gin, including an insight into the distilling process. You’ll get to taste 5 different (delicious!) gins, whilst you are guided through the tasting notes, botanicals and subtleties of gin. All this is complimented by some tasty nibbles & our range of Fever Tree tonics. Finish off by choosing your favourite gin and enjoying a large, perfectly served G&T -let the fun be-GIN!

 

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Bottomless Brunch!

Join us for brunch with bottomless bubbles or beer on Sundays from 11am to 2pm!

You’ll enjoy any item from our brunch menu and bottomless prosecco, or B&K brewed beer for just £20PP.

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Social Sunday

Grab your friends & family and join us for the perfect Sunday!

We’ve got our delicious roasts available from midday – Lemon & Garlic Roast Chicken, Tied Belly of Pork, British Rib of Beef & Vegan Butternut Squash Filo Parcel, all served with crispy roasties, root veg, seasonal greens, Yorkshire pudding & red wine gravy!

You can also enjoy our Bloody Mary’s kids’ packs & Sunday papers!

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Microbrewery

Brewhouse & Kitchen brews. Brewed right here on-site in our microbrewery!
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Tramshed

Tramshed

3.6%
English Style Ale - Session Bitter

Malty, Bitter, Delicate – In honour of this building’s original usage, namely as the home to London Trams that serviced the Highbury to Aldwych route as far back as 1906, we have named our house bitter Tramshed

Romford Pele

Romford Pele

4.5%
Golden Ale - English Style Ale

In tribute to the Gunner’s once golden boy, Ray Parlour, nicknamed ‘the Romford Pele’ by avid fans for his high-energy, mid-field solid performances, we have brewed a fantastic hoppy and dry, Golden ale. Like Ray, who was notably underestimated by Soccer AM’s Tim Lovejoy, who pre-emptively stated “Don’t’ worry, it’s only Ray Parlour”, just as he struck from 30 yards away, only to open the scoring of Arsenal’s victorious 2002 FA Cup Final against Chelsea, the wise will know to expect a fantastic dry finish from this aromatic and flavoursome, highly drinkable Golden Ale

The Goalscorer

The Goalscorer

4.0%
Session IPA - IPA

Floral, Citrusy, Hoppy – Our session IPA has so much personality we just had to name it after ‘The Goalscorer’ AKA the Pundit, TV and Radio presenter, and all-round inspiring and likeable chap, professional footballer ‘Ian Wright MBE’ – although he could have earned his Goalscorer title with any of the clubs that he played for, it was at the mighty Arsenal that his goal scoring ability truly shone, becoming the club’s top scorer for six seasons in a row and playing a major part in the FA Cup and League Cup double in 1993. He went on to partner Dennis Bergkamp as a formidable stiking duo and his time at Arsenal culminated in a truly amazing 185 goals in 279 appearances – and all of them delivered with charm and personality

Astronomer

Astronomer

4.5%
Amber Ale - American Style Ale

Our gorgeous Amber ale pays homage to Alexander Aubert, the English eminent businessman and amateur astronomer who set up one of the finest Observatories of 18th century Britain at Highbury House. Aubert’s lifelong passion was kindled from an early age when he observed the appearance of the Great Comet of 1744, and was further encouraged by witnessing the Great Meteor of 1783, which passed over Scotland and England and on to France on a passage of over 1,000 miles. With flashes of luminous red noted in the massive fireball that rumbled across the clear, August, night sky, illuminating the face of the country, followed by a questioning ‘is the world ending?’ thunderous rumbling, it surely must have been the spectacle of the century

Peasants Revolt

Peasants Revolt

4.8%
American Pale Ale- American Style Ale

Consider being a resident of Highbury around 1381, of course that means you are only half-way through the ‘Hundred Year’s war’ (1337 – 1453), probably lost many loved ones in the Black Death (1348 – 1350), a plague that killed half of all Londoners, ruled by a King who is a 14 year old boy (Richard II) and have been unlucky enough to be born an ‘unfree serf’, which basically meant you were tied to working for the Lord of the Manor for little or no money, forever – it’s not hard to see why imposing an additional tax, namely the ‘Poll Tax’ with severe penalties for those who could not/would not pay, led to a bit of unrest with the masses… The Revolt of 1381 was led by the semi-legendary Jack Straw who set up his headquarters on the site of Highbury Manor.

London Calling

London Calling

4.0%
London Lager

Crisp, Clean, Light  – In tribute to the 3rd album by the Clash, London Calling, ranked as one of the Greatest Albums of All Time (Rolling Stone Magazine 2003) was recorded in 1979 at Wessex Studios, located in a former church hall in Highbury. The studio, owned by Sir George Martin was popular and had previously been used by the likes of the Sex Pistols, Pretenders and Tom Robinson Band.

Legend Lager

Legend Lager

5.0%
Lager

Aromatic, Dry, Refreshing. A  refreshing, five grain lager with a clean malt base and a delicate and refreshing citrus aroma. Brewed with Strisselspalt hops for their legendary aromatic properties, our  premium craft lager is both satisfying and refreshing

Gestetner 3

Gestetner 3

5.4%
Oatmeal Stout

We have a lot to thank Hungarian born inventor, and Highbury resident, David Gestetner (1854 – 1939) for. Not just for his inventions such as ‘the photocopier’, ‘the ball-point pen’ and ‘nail-clippers’ – devices which have, over time, become an invaluable, intrinsic part of our modern life, and that today we take for granted, but for choosing to set up his factory in North London, employing thousands of people until as recently as the 1970s. In honour of his legacy we have brewed a chocolately, creamy Dry Stout, that once you take it, you won’t be able to do without.

Granita Pack

Granita Pack

4.9%
Wheat Beer - Witbier

The Granita Pact was an alleged gentlemen’s agreement made between politicians Tony Blair and Gordon Brown in the summer of 1994. Although later denied by Mr Brown, it is widely believed the two met in the Islington restaurant ‘Granita’ following the death of Labour Party leader John Smith on 12 May, and Brown agreed, in return for certain promises, that he would stand aside to allow Blair to become leader of the party, and possible future Prime Minister.

Colonia Estivo

Colonia Estivo

5.5%
Belgian Style Ale- Saison

Where Highbury Manor now sits, it is thought to have once been the site of the summer camp (Colonia Estivo) for a Roman Garrison as far back as the 1st or 2nd Century. Although wine was the Legions’ preferred tipple of choice, after many disastrous attempts to introduce grape growing into the more northern parts of Europe, eventually the Romans realised that hops grow better in colder climates and after a time beer was started to be brewed, Subsequently, instead of wine, beer was drunk in Britain and extensively throughout the Roman empire. As a toast to their determination to find an alternative to wine, in their honour we have brewed a hoppy, spicy Rye Ale, which is the perfect pint to enjoy on a balmy, summer night.

Pitch Fever

Pitch Fever

4.5%
IPA - Tropical IPA

Just like Highbury resident ‘Nick Hornby’s’ best-selling semi-auto biographical novel of 1992 ‘Fever Pitch’, noted as being cheerful, poignant, popular and captivating to both female and male audiences, the same could be acclaimed by our Tropical IPA, which we would have named in his honour, except that there is already a beer called that, so Pitch Fever it is! However, unlike the journey of a football fan – a journey that will bring a lot of pain and very occasionally, moments of transcendental joy, enjoy a pint or two of our Pitch Fever beer and you are almost guaranteed many moments of joy without the pain!

Illustrator

Illustrator

6.0%
IPA - Black IPA

George Cruikshank being the friend and illustrator for Charles Dickens is probably responsible for why life in the densely populated Victorian Islington, along with its colourful characters featured so often in the writer’s novels with Dickens drawing on the observations he made on his frequent visits to Cruikshank’s home and studio in Amwell Street. As a teetotaller Cruikshank probably would not have been tempted by our black IPA, but you can enjoy a pint or two of this citrusy, hoppy, spicy beer and consider how life has changed since the dark days of Dickensian London

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Academy

Brewery Experience

Spend a day learning how to brew beer in our microbrewery with our Head Brewer: Breakfast, Lunch, ample beer tasting and a 5 litre mini keg to take home all included… sound like fun?

Beer & Food Matching

Enjoy a variety of dishes each matched with a specific beer to intensify the flavour of each, under the guidance of our beer & food matching expert.

Beer Masterclass

Sample 8 different beers under the guidance of one of our in-house beer experts. Nibbles and the option to add a B&K Academy meal to finish!

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Functions

Get the party poppers out, it’s time to celebrate!

Situated on Highbury Corner, 2 minutes from Highbury and Islington Station, and with a damn tasty function menu, Brewhouse & Kitchen is on it when it comes to functions! Get in touch so we can start planning!

Can’t find what you’re looking for or celebrating with more than 100 people? Don’t worry! We can create a personalised plan just for you!

Functions

Smaller Bookable Areas

The Tramshed

Seated: 20 / Standing: 30

The Brewery Lower Area

Seated: 20 / Standing: 30

Snug

Seated: 18 / Standing: 25

Tap Room

Seated: 50 / Standing: 70

The Tramshed

The Tramshed is the biggest area of the pub! This area seats 20 and stands 30 – massive bash territory! Order some dishes for everyone to share and party the night away whilst the replace keeps you nice and toasty! Thinking of inviting more than 100 then don’t worry, the more the merrier, just enquire and we’ll see what we can do!

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The Brewery Lower Area

This almighty area is situated right next to our brewery! Watch in awe as our Head Brewer creates glorious beer right in front of you! Order some food and a pint and take in the hoppy surroundings! As this area seats up to 20 people or stands up to 30, you may as well invite a load of drinking buddies to join you – shotgun not the designated driver!

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Snug

If you want to be looked after in a more private setting then The Snug is what you’re looking for! Order some dishes for everyone to share – we have a wide range of exciting dishes to choose from.
This area seats 18 or stands 25 for a bigger bash – cheers!

This area also has a TV available for presentation use or to show off your latest homemade film!

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Tap Room

The Brewery Tap Room is a fully private space set on its very own floor! Available for meetings, group celebrations parties and corporate events.  Facilities include exclusive use of the room and balcony, the ability to play your own music plus your very own bar!  We have a projector screen and everything you might need for your conference/meeting. Take a look at our drinks packages and order canapes or a variety of buffet options from our function menus!

Board room style, for 25/30

Theatre style, up to 50

Round dining for 50

Party celebration events for 60, 100 in summer time with balcony doors opened

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