The pub is running a beer festival to celebrate the very best of UK modern cask ale, and has sources a diverse range of exciting and hard-to-find cask beers from across the UK.
The festival takes place this weekend, from Thursday 7 June to Sunday 10 June, and there will be a total of 24 different beers on the bar over the course of the festival.
The confirmed breweries include: Moor Beer Company (Bristol), Northern Monk (Leeds), Magic Rock (Huddersfield), Fyne Ales (Scotland) and Beatnikz Republic Brewing Co (Manchester).
There will also be a full selection of The Five Points beers for sale, including Five Points Pale, Five Points XPA and Five Points Railway Porter.
The Pembury Tavern Cask Party: the full beer list
White Keys – Signature Brew
Pint – Marble Beers
Aurora – Burning Sky
River of Darkness – Wild Beer Co x Left Handed Giant
Ten Story Malt Bomb – Alechemy
Maris the Otter – Brew York
X-Panda v10 – Brew York
Brew York Brew York – Brew York
Foundation Bitter – ELB
Victorian Mild – Kernel x Redemption
Crossover – Moor
Union’Hop – Moor
Confidence – Moor
Five Points Pale – The Five Points
Five Points XPA – The Five Points
Railway Porter – The Five Points
Jarl – Fyne Ales
Azzaca Extra Pale – Beatniks Republic
Zapatapale – Zapato
Zapatapale Plum – Zapato
Neopolitan Pale – Northern Monk
Eternal – Northern Monk
Ringmaster – Magic Rock
Magic Spanner – Magic Rock
Speaking about the festival, the brewery's digital and marketing manager Claudia Mayne said: “The Five Points has made a long-standing commitment to cask ale and proudly brews beer that looks to the future, as well as drawing on the brewing heritage of the past.
“In a changing landscape of beer that has seen a number of acclaimed breweries cease cask ale production, Cask Party at the Pembury Tavern showcases our definition of modern, progressive and ever-relevant British cask beer.”
The Five Points took over the Pembury Tavern last month, after a successful crowdfunding campaign in which it raised more than £1m to further grow the business.
Speaking about the brewery’s crowdfunding campaign, founder Ed Mason said: “We have been blown away by the level of interest in our company – to have reached our target so quickly is a massive vote of confidence in our vision.
“What we love about Crowdfunding is the thousands of investors who are literally invested in our company, our success and who will act as supporters and brand ambassadors."
The funds will be used to increase the brewery’s capacity in Hackney from 8,000hl to 25,000hl annually, install new external fermentation tanks, make improvements in the brewhouse to improve efficiency and hire 15 new members of staff.
It will also enable Five Points to bring all of its production back ‘in-house’, having produced around 4,000hl at Brouwerij De Brabandere in Belgium since reaching capacity in Hackney in late 2016.