Independent Venue Week 2017 - The Black Heart

As you may know, we are the official beer partner for Independent Venue Week for the second year running. As Phil Selway from Radiohead once said, “Small venues are the lifeblood of British music.” and we couldn’t agree more, that’s why we’re so proud to be part of this important celebration for the music industry! Signature Brew are lucky enough to work with some of the best small venues in town, helping to bring forth our ethos. During the run up to IVW 2017 in January we will be taking a look into some of the awesome venues taking part. First up, a venue that’s always been good to Signature... The Black Heart!

Signature Brew Independent Venue Week 2017 The Black Heart

Nestled in a Camden backstreet The Black Heart plays host to some heavy bands, such as Bleeding Antlers, Pints and Raging Speedhorn, and at the same time have an incredible beer selection from all over the world. The Black Hearts’ steadfast approach to supporting up and coming bands and promoting small independent breweries is both commendable and important to the community.

You can find Signature Brew beers such as Stagediver and Studio Pilsner in the fridges and occasionally on draft. Overall it’s a pretty rad bar with great taste in beer and music! Head down to The Black Heart this evening to catch Al B. Damned from 7pm and make sure you keep an eye out for the live acts playing there for IVW 2017!


Official Beer Partner - Independent Venue Week

We are happy to announce that for the second time we will be the official beer partner for Independent Venue Week, taking place between Monday 23 – Sunday

.Signature Brew Independent Venue Week 2017 Official beer partner

 

Staged across 120 venues around the UK, the seven day-long national event, supported by Arts Council England, is now a firm fixture on the UK’s music calendar giving tens of thousands of fans and hundreds of artists their first taste of authentic independent music.

Signature Brew Independent Venue Week 2017 Official beer partner

November 29, 2016 by Sam McGregor