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  1. Sunday Sessions: Elasticated Waste Band/Butchies

    September 23, 2015 by Dave Seymour



    FREE ENTRY: #SundaySessions – Sunday 4 October – 12pm-7pm

    After Saturday’s inevitable excesses, Sundays should take extra special care of you. We love the chilled-out atmosphere at our taproom on Sunday afternoons, and we think it’s the perfect setting for some tunes and food to help aid the recovery process. On the 4th October, in the first of a series of Sunday Sessions, we’ll be hosting free live music and top notch street food right in front of the brewery, with our freshest beers on tap.

    For our first Sunday Session we’re delighted to be welcoming the Elasticated Waste Band, a brilliant and fun acoustic eight-piece who play pre-war blues, show tunes, hillbilly ska, foot-stompin’ bluegrass and classic pop. They’ll be playing two sets on Sunday afternoon, whilst Broadway Market’s own amazing Butchies will be serving their sublime buttermilk fried chicken buns outside the front of the taproom.

    We’ll have six of our freshest beers on tap, a soft drink on tap from Hackney’s Square Root, plus our Brewhouse Bottle Shop will be stocked with all the latest beers and some of our limited edition specials too. Join us for a cracking afternoon of beers, bites and bands and polish off the weekend with a Sunday Session.

  2. Dine Street – Hank’s Po’Boys

    September 18, 2015 by Dave Seymour
    Hank's Po'Boys, coming to the BBNo taproom on 25 September

    Hank’s Po’Boys, coming to the BBNo taproom on 25 September


    TICKETS: Friday 25 September – 6.30pm – £20 per person (inc. 4 plates & 4 half pints)


    In 1920s New Orleans, striking workers were shown kindness by a local diner in the form of hearty sandwiches of roast beef and gravy in fresh bread. Those ‘poor boys’, like the porters of London, gave their name to what they enjoyed so much. The sandwiches became known as Po’Boys in the local dialect, and became a part of the Crescent City’s street food culture to this day. On Friday 25 September, we’ll be serving food inspired by these satisfying and vibrantly spiced Big Easy classics paired with four of our freshest beers at our taproom in Bermondsey’s culinary quarter.

    Simon and Victoria from Hank’s Po’Boys have brought the quintessential New Orleans sandwich to the London street food scene, to high acclaim. They were recently ranked as one of the top 5 street foods for 2015 (Huffington Post), and one of the 21 street foods to try before you die (Buzzfeed). Their modern interpretations of Cajun and Creole cuisine have won them spots at Kerb and on the Southbank, using the crispest French bread, high welfare meat, sustainably sourced fish and seafood and home-made dressings.

    On Friday 25 September, we’ll bring Hank’s fiery and colourful New Orleans cuisine to our taproom on 79 Enid Street, or for that night, Dine Street. After sell-out events with Howard’s Meat Co and Masterchef winner Tim Anderson’s Nanban restaurant, we’ll be opening the taproom on a Friday night for the first time as part of series of evening events to kick off your weekend in culinary style. Your £20 ticket gets you all four dishes from Hank’s Po’Boys and four half pints of beer, one matched with each dish. You can expect our freshest beers, expertly paired to some of the tastiest street food in London.

    Beers will also be available to buy separately on draught and in bottles to takeaway. We’ll also have other beers on tap and will encourage everyone to find pairings of their own, and have a good time! This is about authentic and beautiful food meant to be enjoyed with friends, having fun, exploring flavours and trying new beers.

    Please book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets are available here.



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