The bar will also feature 11 taps and includes its entire core range on draught. The new upstairs area provides a full view of the brewery floor while, downstairs, visitors can take a seat among the business’s beer barrels.
A huge area for live music and events promises to provide a destination for a night out and will firstly focus on screenings of all the Six Nations rugby union fixtures on a big screen throughout February.
On the beer front, the taproom – along with Beavertown’s Tottenham pub, Corner Pin – will be the only venues where customers will be able to try out special beers on draught, such as the company’s Tempus barrel project brews. There will also be cans of beer available to buy plus merchandise.
Food traders will be used on a rotational basis giving local businesses the opportunity to showcase their offer to beer fans.
Beavertown opened its brewery in 2015 with the taproom following but the overhaul has also been a chance to create a fully covered outdoor space.
Creative director Nick Dwyer, who also designs the artwork for the cans of beer, said: ‘We’ve been working on the revamp over the course of the past year and, to do that, I really dived into the memory banks while also looking to the future to come up with an exciting new look for the taproom.
“We see it as our house because it’s always been the place where the energy, colour and story of Beavertown come to life but, ultimately, we just want it to be a welcoming, fun place to visit with your mates and drink some tasty beer.”