Proudly selling quality beers produced by independent brewers
At indiebeer we sell beers produced by independently owned and managed breweries. We believe that independence should be celebrated and encouraged and we do our best to support the growth of independent breweries from the UK and around the world.
We stock beers from breweries that we love and enjoy. Some you may know and some you might not, but we believe we stock a beer for everyone.
As well as bottles & cans we have 4 constantly rotating beer taps (see below for what we currently have on tap).
You are very welcome to take-away or drink in – we have plenty of seating space. We aim to create a relaxed environment where even a novice beer drinker can come and feel comfortable and leave a little more beer-wiser.
Monday: Closed in January
Tuesday to Saturday: 12:00 - 21:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 18:00
322 Holloway Road, Islington, London, N7 6NJ
1 hour free parking on street outside.
0207 607 4760
Our Taps - We serve 1/3 or 2/3 glasses, and can fill bottles to take-away
AWild Horse Mosaic IPA (10 Barrel Series)
Maris Otter, Munich and Crystal malts provide the base for a big charge of Mosaic hops late in the boil, followed by a Mosaic/Amarillo dry hop. The water profile has been tweaked to match that of New England-style IPAs, and accentuate the juiciness of Mosaic hops.
Beavertown Says Logistical Nightmare Chocolate & Vanilla (6.3% Milk Stout)
This full, thick, and creamy stout is a perfect match for the winter season with aromas of Dark Chocolate, Vanilla, Roasted Malt and luscious Black Forest Fruits. Full of sweetness from the lactose, bitterness from the cacao and sealed with a kiss of cherry.
The Kernel (Pale Ale 5.5%)
An unfiltered, Pale Ale made using a combination of Galaxy, Citra, Summit & Enigma hops. Pours a hazy golden colour with a medium size white head. Zesty, fruity and well balanced bitterness.
Hammerton Islington Steam (4.7% Steam lager)
An unfiltered, unpasteurised lager with a difference. Hammerton use San Francisco Lager yeast fermented at ale temperatures to release delicate fruity esters, whilst Vienna malt is used to give the beer a hint of sweetness.
Cold and wet? Not in here it isn't! There is always deliveroo though if you don't feel like getting out from under… https://t.co/QVpGJBDGir