New London brewery Magic Spells reveals three beers

By Daniel Woolfson

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Magic Spells: trio of beers for launch
Magic Spells: trio of beers for launch

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New craft brewery Magic Spells has launched in East London with the release of three brews to the UK on-trade. 

The new company, founded by Jas Hare and Stacey Ayeh, has launched Hackney Hare Pale Ale (4.2% ABV), Indian Pale Ale (5.5% ABV), and Craft Lager (4.2%) in 330ml and 500ml bottles.

Hare said: “[The beers] are a gateway between modern craft beer and brewing techniques and the old styles and methods, taking inspiration from classics and adding a modern twist.

“Distinct flavour profiles for all our beers are of paramount importance to us as well as our attention to detail – we like an upfront and bold, hoppy flavour, a satisfying bite to the beer, smoothly balanced due to a nice malty body and warming alcohol.”

The brewery is poised to extend its range over the next few months and will release a number of special collaboration beers and guest brews, The Morning Advertiser ​understands.

Ayeh previously worked for fellow London craft brewers Firebrand Brewing Co and London Fields Brewery. 

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