Tag: Drinks

Brixton Brewery expansion could mean 30 new local jobs

Brixton Brewery is to partner with Heineken UK in a deal that will enable it to create about 30 new jobs locally and to expand...

DIY KITCHEN: Guinness Punch

A Winter Hug: Treats & Ting's Guinness punch As the weather gets colder, nothing’s better than inviting friends over for a Guinness punch. With its...

Trump that – Brixton has got its own Nuclear Dawn beer

  Brixton’s famous Nuclear Dawn mural is celebrated by a new Brixton Brewery beer. Completed in 1981 by artist Brian Barnes, the mural was inspired...

Courtesan bids to bring Shanghai to Brixton’s Atlantic Road

One of the last things Brixton needs is chain-run cocktail bars pushing out long-established and much-loved local establishments. So it’s good to see a Brixton...

Frontier Boozer: Coach & Horses review

Simon 'not so sporty spice' Still pops into the reinvented Coach & Horses Venturing away from the mania of the market and central Brixton opens...

DIY COCKTAILS: Turtle Bay’s Marley Mohito

Lively up yourself, or your late summer BBQ party, with a colourful Caribbean twist on the classic Cuban cocktail with fresh ginger and watermelon....

Legend Don Letts presents a history of reggae

(Sponsored post) It is generally agreed that iconic punk reggae DJ Don Letts is the man who single handedly turned a whole generation of punks...

DIY COCKTAILS: Seven’s Strawberry Basil Smash

As often as possible, we will be meeting a Brixton bartender to learn some new cocktail recipes. This month we hit Seven at Brixton...

DIY COCKTAILS: The Whiskey Sour

First officially recorded in Jerry Thomas’ The Bartender’s Guide in 1862, the whiskey sour has been around in various forms since the 1700s.  Spiritual...

Brixton Recipes: Azorean Milk Liqueur

Sometimes things in life call for alcohol. And since it's Christmas and my last column for the Brixton Blog and Bugle, this seems like...

Brixton Reviews: The Trinity Arms

Situated in the heart of Brixton, this friendly local pub is glowing once again. David Child went to find out a little more. Things are...

Return to the Roof … It’s Big Apple Brixton

The next incarnation of the Popes Road rooftop, previously home to the South Pole Saloon and Brixton Beach Boulevard, is “Big Apple Brixton”. Once again...

Brixton Calling: Paying what you like at the B£ café

Delores William went along to the Brixton Pound Cafe on Atlantic Road for a cup of coffee. How is that a story? Well the cafe...

Is BXT Frat House Gentrifying?

Sometimes it seems like the only word associated with Brixton these days is 'gentrification'. But every so often things happen that mean you just...

Half Moon pub to reopen after nearly three years

Herne Hill locals campaigning to retain the Half Moon as a music pub have been given new hope by the announcement that the pub is finally...

Halloween party on Windrush Square

A two-night party in Windrush Square will end an hour before the dead from the now-levelled graveyard of St Matthews rise up at midnight...

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