Now that you're here toss your internet device into the gutter and go grab a beer*.
Or if you can't, check out our range below. Click on a can for information or how to buy.
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Pick up some Hop Stuff from the following retailers (in order of postcode). Or if you fancy a pint at the pub, check out our beer compass here.
BR2 - Majestic Wines Bromley
BR7 - Majestic Wines Chislehurst
DA15 - Lamorbey Wine
E1 - Majestic Wines City/Shoreditch
E2 - Borough Wines Columbia Road
E8 - Borough Wines & Beers Wilton Way
E11 - Majestic Wines Warehouse
E14 - Majestic Wines Docklands
EC1R - Borough Wines Exmouth Market
N1 - Borough Wines Essex Rd
N16 - Borough Wines Stoke Newington
N7 - Majestic Wines Islington
NW1 - Majestic Wines Chalk Farm
NW10 - Borough Wines Station Terrace
SE10 - Majestic Wines Greenwich
SE10 - Theatre of Wine
SE11 - Oddbins Kennington
SE11 - Majestic Wines Vauxhall
SE21 - Dulwich Vintners
SE21 - Majestic Wines Dulwich
SE21 - Oddbins West Dulwich
SE22 - Oddbins East Dulwich
SE22 - Bottle Cave
SE23 - Crafty Beer
Recent stories include out first export to Japan, and the process behind the artwork for Freudian Strip Vienna Lager (see the video below).
'Craft beer ought to be for everyone’
This idea spurred James to start Hop Stuff Brewery in 2013. He unbuttoned his white-collar life to make craft beer to share with anyone - whether a green bottle beer drinker, a craft aficionado or his sweet old grandma.
Hop Stuff has since grown to a tight knit team of beer maniacs backed by over 650 investors.
We’re all about crafting tasty beers that bring the crew together – so our range covers all palates; from sessionable to sippable – keg, can and cask.
Visit our Taproom to taste the range, probably while treating yourself to some amazing sourdough and chicken wings.
A note from the founder, James Yeomans:
In 2013, in a desperate attempt to find great beer in the City of London (where I was then working) we ventured into the craft bars of London, but my mates quickly felt awkward and ostracised in their suits and lack of cracking facial hair. An idea emerged: why not start a brewery that celebrated and welcomed everyone to choose a better quality beer?
Hop Stuff Brewery was conceived.
With the support of 72 Investors, we opened Hop Stuff Brewery in a modest unit on Woolwich's Royal Arsenal. On a shoestring budget, with grit and determination, the company started to grow. In August 2014 we hired our first employee and the journey accelerated.
We invited more investment in 2016 to fund a new brew house, boost the brewing team, recruit a sales and marketing team, and open new sites for The Taproom brand across London and the South East. The crowd funding campaign was a huge success with £1,500,000 invested and over 600 investors now on board. We'll soon be upgrading to a bigger facility, employ over 30 team members and produce a capacity to satisfy the increasing demand for our beer.
The brewery started to bring craft beer to everyone. This idea remains at the core of what we do today. We try to avoid egotism and snobbery, but focus on just brewing damn tasty beer to make accessible to beer lovers; whether existing craft enthusiasts or those just venturing into the world beyond the green bottle.
In summary, 2017 is looking huge for Hop Stuff Brewery:
1. New Brewhouse
2. New Taproom(s)
3. More team members
4. Export our beer overseas
5. Invite more people than ever into craft
So, with all this in mind - we're your brewery. We brew our beer to breed community; a community of social beer lovers, Investors, and Hop Stuff Brewery ambassadors.
Take a look around the website for more information on us, and feel free to get in touch: Info@hopstuffbrewery.com