Beer Asylum – All your favourite brands under one roof2 min read

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Ewan Hollander

Just sharing things that interest me in the hopes that they interest others as well

Enjoy quality, local and global beers? Maybe you are a bit tired of drinking the same few brands over and over again? I would highly recommend Beer Asylum in Pinner. Offering a rotating selection of beers on tap as well as a plethora of bottled beers, Beer Asylum could easily be your one stop shop for everything beer related. With a bottled selection that includes Delirium, Kasteel, Chimay, Hop Studio, Beavertown, La Trappe, Fourpure, Brooklyn Brewery and more, there truly has to be a beer available to suit any palate.

The friendly and knowledgeable staff are more than happy to offer up suggestions based on your taste. From IPAs to blondes, brown ales to stouts and porters to fruit beer, Beer Asylum can offer something a lot of other alcohol retailers cannot.



Beer Asylum run a number of events on a regular basis. See below for a few upcoming events.

Beer tasting night: Old Hands

“We are proud to announce we’re one of the first to showcase Old Hand’s stunning range of fresh craft beers. This is certainly one to look forward to!”
Wednesday 7th December 2016 – 19:30-21:30

Veganuary: Vegan beer and food pairing with Weird Beard brewing Co

“We are delighted to welcome back Natasha Wolf from Weird Beard Brew Co. This time around we will be pairing a range of beers with some delicious Vegan friendly meals.”
Wednesday 11th January 2017 – 19:30-21:30

Beer tasting night: Left Hand

“Left Hand Brewing is the 39th largest craft brewery in the U.S. and one of the most honored and recognised breweries in the state of Colorado, with over 27 Great American Beer Festival medals.”
Wednesday 25th January 2017 – 19:30-21:30

Beer tasting night: The Red Squirrel Brewing Company

“The Red Squirrel Brewing Company started from humble beginnings in Hertford, North Hertfordshire in 2010. Now in 2016 Red Squirrel Brewing Co is producing a wide range of permanent, and experimental seasonal cask and craft keg ales. We will have plenty to sample on the night.”
Wednesday 8th February 2017 – 19:30-21:30

For a full list of events, see their events site.

Where is Beer Asylum?

You can find Beer Asylum at No. 1 Red Lion Parade, Bridge Street, Pinner, HA5 3JD

Head to their website for a list of their current and upcoming beers on tap as well as a brief list of what they can offer bottled. You can also follow then on Facebook and Twitter.

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Ewan Hollander

Just sharing things that interest me in the hopes that they interest others as well

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