The Terrace Bar at the Tate Modern is welcoming Burning Sky Brewery this October for its monthly tap takeover, promising a night of farmhouse beers and street food.
Taking place on the last Thursday of each month, the Tate Tap Takeover series provides an informal space for beer makers and beer lovers alike to come together and enjoy the best of the UK’s brews with tastings, talks and activities.
Burning Sky Brewery is a true farmhouse brewery in South Downs, occupying a refurbished farm building since 2013. The brewery quickly gained a faollowing, with head brewer Mark being voted Brewer of the Year 2014 by The Guild of British Beer Writers, and the brewery being named 4th Best New Brewery in the World 2014 by Ratebeer.
Burning Sky was the first brewery in the UK to install oak foudres for ageing beers in, and at the end of 2016 a restoration of a Grade 2 listed building was completed to expand on the brewery’s barrel ageing programme.
Beers available on the night at the Tate Modern will include the 6.3% Saison de Fete (brewed with a blend of noble hops and subtle spices), and the 5.6% Indecision Time (a modern pale ale that changes from brew to brew to highlight an individual new world hop).
The Burning Sky team will be available on the night to talk to guests about their beers and brewing process.
The monthly tap takeover is taking place on 31st October at the Tate Modern’s Terrace Bar, from 18.30 – 22.30.