Non Alcoholic Beer Taproom Lands In Hackney This Summer

Will Noble
By Will Noble Last edited 10 months ago
Non Alcoholic Beer Taproom Lands In Hackney This Summer
A taproom under the arches with sunshine yellow walls
LOAH has a range of fruity lagers that are a shoo-in for summer sipping.

Trying to give up hangovers? A new taproom opens in Hackney this June, and it's only serving non-alcoholic brews.

LOAH will be pouring at an under-the-arches bar in Hackney Downs from 7 June. Fruity, non-boozy lagers are the name of the game here; its three core beers are Lager Lime, Lager Peach and Lager Blood Orange — all 0.5%, all perfectly primed for summer drinking. All beers are vegan and gluten free. There'll also be collabs with various breweries, meaning, we hope, something new to try on every visit.

A selection of colourful cans on a woodchip board
LOAH's core beers will be bolstered by collabs with other breweries.

LOAH's space features a built-in record store, and a turntable where drinkers can spin vinyls. Art classes, movie nights and supperclubs will also feature. All in all, very Hackney.

London is brimful with non/low alcoholic beer options these days. Earlier in 2023, 0.5% lager brand Lucky Saint opened a pub in Marylebone (it also serves alcoholic drinks). Small Beer is another brilliant purveyor of low ABV beers; its taproom is in South Bermondsey.

Last Updated 23 May 2023

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