Tap Takeover - The Rake

Signature Brew Tap Takeover at The Rake

We're heading to The Rake on Wednesday 31st May for our debut Rake tap takeover! We'll have cask beers such as Backstage IPA alongside kegs such as Studio Vienna lager and Stagediver double IPA, PLUS our latest collaboration beer Take Control will be making an appearance! 

Click here for more info. See you at the bar!

NEW COLLABORATION BEER!

We have teamed up with punk duo Slaves to create our latest collaboration beer TAKE CONTROL - a 5% India Black Lager.

Signature Brew Slaves Take Control

Slaves have been laying waste to UK venues since first emerging in 2012. Their combination of punk urgency and humour have seen them rise to be one of the most socially relevant and must see acts in the country.

Taking the name from Slaves' 2016 album it nods to UK youth culture, the global political climate, and the irreverent, punk attitude that the band and brewery share. The beer dips it’s toes into the collective pool of many styles to create a light refreshing lager with a “mojito” lime character, a nod to it’s deep black colour and fresh hints of citrus.

 Signature Brew Slaves Take Control

Signature Brew Takes On Bristol...

Signature Brew The Beer Emporium Bristol

The Backstage Record is proud to present the Bristol launch of Signature Brew at The Beer Emporium! Signature Brew's Sam will be on hand to discuss each music inspired beer and to talk about our mission of getting good beer into the music industry. We will have a range of beers on keg and in can so they'll be something for everyone!

We've also got some live music lined up from some extremely talented local acts plus there's beer to be won and pizza deals from Pepe Nero!

PLAYING LIVE:

Nick Parker (Album launch show).
https://soundcloud.com/nickparkermusic/1could-we-at-least-try

Nichølsøn Heal
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mCy4KFgbzA

Al Fraser Green (Beyond Rivers)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPhnxRsGzew

Head to our Facebook event for more info. Come down, say hi and enjoy some Signature beers!

March 22, 2017 by Lilli Bowers

NEW BEER!

We are proudly partnering with the excellent London Drinker Beer & Cider festival based in Kings Cross, now in its 33rd year. As a result we’ve created the official beer of the festival - COCONUT DISCO - a 4.8% Coconut and Lime Golden Ale.

February 20, 2017 by Sam McGregor

Independent Venue Week 2017

Independent Venue Week 2017 The Skints at the Hope & Ruin

As the dust settles on another incredible Independent Venue Week, we at Signature Brew are returning to normality as well as reflecting on a great celebration of live music and for us, good beer.

Firstly, we’d just like to thank Sybil, Chloe and the team for their year round effort that makes IVW such a roaring success. It’s their vision and tireless work that gives so many great venues the chance to shine.

From us a huge thank you must also be extended to The Skints, whose support and commitment to our collaboration beer Nice Time was second to none and as the staff here will testify the three shows they played in Brighton, Kingston and Southampton were incredible. A 3.9% Tropical Pale Ale, Nice Time has flown out and the positive feedback we’ve received has been overwhelming.

The Skints at The Fighting Cocks for Independent Venue Week 2017

2017 was our second year as beer partner for IVW and it enabled us to continue our mission of getting good beer into the hands of deserving music fans. Never before have so many pints of Signature Brew beer been consumed at live music venues in such a short period of time. More and more venues are realising the value that offering good beer hugely improves gig goers’ experience and boosts the venues chances of retaining customers long before and after each gig. That said, we’re a long way from saying mission accomplished.

Signature Brew at Bassment Bar for Independent Venue Week

I’m told it’s important not to ramble, so we’ll end this here. It’s just left for one more thank you, to all those involved in the wonderful celebration that is Independent Venue Week 2017.

Cheers, Tom