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We brew a range of U.S. style hand-crafted beers using top quality hops, malts and seasonal ingredients right here in south west London.

Beers

We currently have four year-round beers and a range of seasonals available.

Core beers

London Steam Lager

(The original Gold Rush.)

Year round

Pale gold and scintillating. This lager has a subtle malt sweetness layered with a noble slightly spicy hoppiness and then drenched in lemon and peach notes from the Liberty and Crystal hops.

    Malts 

  • Lager
  • Munich
  • Vienna
  • CaraPils

    Hops 

  • Galena
  • US Tettnang
  • Crystal
  • Liberty

    Yeast 

  • Lager

Picnic Session IPA

(Can-tastically hoppy..)

Year round

A fantastic 4 hops combine to give this easy-drinking IPA its citrusy-berry blast of aroma and palate-tingling bitterness. Drink all-day every day.

    Malts 

  • Pale Ale
  • Munich
  • CaraMalt
  • CaraGold

    Hops 

  • Chinook
  • Citra
  • Mosaic
  • Eldorado

Commonside Pale Ale

(Pale and interesting, but a bit on the wild side.)

Year round

Fresh as newly mown grass, golden and sparkling; the Cascade and Centennial hops from the Willamette and Yakima valleys of Oregon lie at the heart of this U.S. style Pale Ale.

    Malts 

  • Pale
  • Low Colour
  • Light Crystal

    Hops 

  • Nugget
  • Cluster
  • Cascade
  • Centennial
  • Ekuanot

Thames Surf IPA

(Radical hop waves. Wipe-outs a distinct possibility.)

Year round

This West-Coast IPA shimmers with warm copper tones from its pale and crystal malts, but break through the surface and you’ll find a wave of Centennial and Simcoe hops that crashes into your mouth.

    Malts 

  • Pale
  • Munich
  • Light Crystal
  • Cara Malt
  • CaraGold

    Hops 

  • Simcoe
  • Centennial
  • Chinook
  • Amarillo

Spring beers

FruitBowl IPA

(Not so 'Innocent'.)

March – May

It’s like having your five-a-day but enjoying it as well. Mango, Passion-fruit and Pineapple puree and lime and pink grapefruit zest. As if that wasn’t enough, Ahtanum, Amarillo, Chinook, Citra and Eldorado hops help out too.

Valley Blanche Hefeweizen

(Seriously off-piste.)

March – May

A blizzard of yeast gives this snow-capped wheat its banana and clove aroma. Crystal, Liberty and Mount Hood hops add spice and a mountainous floral bouquet.

    Malts 

  • Pale
  • Wheat
  • Munich

    Hops 

  • Crystal
  • Liberty
  • Mount Hood

    Yeast 

  • Hefeweizen

Summer beers

Little Critters Pale Ale

(Streuth! That’s bloody nectar.)

June – August

Passion fruit and grapefruit leap out of this Pale Ale like a kangaroo in the spring. Balanced by a robust malt base of wheat, oat and biscuit malt. Far too good to export.

    Malts 

  • Pale
  • Wheat
  • Oats
  • Biscuit
  • CaraMalt

    Hops 

  • Galaxy
  • Columbus
  • Centennial

Red Wheat N’ Blue

(Now, if only Violet Beauregarde had drunk this instead.)

June – August

The warm blush of summer ripples through this blueberry wheat IPA. Mosaic hops gently coax out the bursting berry flavor and the red hues of a summer sunset shine through the haze.

    Malts 

  • Pale
  • Wheat
  • CaraGold

    Hops 

  • Mosaic

    Other 

  • Blueberries

Ball Park Lager

(Not too leftfield..)

June – August

An easy drinking home-run of a beer. Only 4.0% and dry-hopped with Mandarina Bavaria, Huell Melon and Pekko hops. Light refreshing and sessional. You could drink a couple and still face a few pitches at Fenway Park.

    Malts 

  • Lager
  • Vienna
  • Munich
  • CaraPils

    Hops 

  • Pekko
  • Huell Melon
  • Mandarina Bavaria

    Yeast 

  • S-23

Autumn beers

Wicked Good Ale

(Sorry! No room for the wool of bat or toe of frog..)

September – November

A truly wicked concoction of toasted malts and pumpkin with a bewitching blend of spice and a splash of maple syrup. Willamette hops add a devilishly bitter glint. Orange hues flicker like a copper cauldron caught in the candlelight.

    Malts 

  • Pale Ale
  • Special B
  • Biscuit
  • Aromatic
  • Munich

    Hops 

  • Willamette

    Other 

  • Autumnal Spice Blend

Calif-oregon Amber

(Cooler than a sunset drive down Route 101.)

September – November

A rich deep malty ale with the inner glow of a Californian self-help guru. A cool Pacific breeze from Bravo, Willamette and Crystal hops help to give it the necessary zip.

    Malts 

  • Pale
  • Munich
  • Dark Crystal
  • Biscuit
  • Aromatic

    Hops 

  • Nugget
  • Willamette
  • Crystal

Balham Black

(We’re on the high road to Helles and Bock.)

September – November

Dark and mysterious. This malty/hoppy American lager is bound for “the gateway of the mouth”. Mount Hood and Cascade hops splash across your tongue like a rainy day on the high road. Take a walk on the dark side.

    Malts 

  • Pale
  • Munich
  • CaraMalt
  • Carafa Special 2
  • Carafa Special 3

    Hops 

  • Galena
  • Mount Hood
  • Cascade

    Yeast 

  • Lager

Winter beers

Maineline IPA

(Intravenous hops anyone?.)

December – February

We were feeling a little experimental with this IPA. A soft warm and sweet maltiness comes from the use of golden oats and malted and torrefied wheat. On top of that you’ll find a massive hit of juiciness from the Denali, Mosaic and Idaho 7 hops.

    Malts 

  • Pale Ale
  • Oat
  • Wheat
  • Caragold
  • Flaked Barley

    Hops 

  • Bravo
  • Mosaic
  • Citra
  • Equinox

Hop Junkie DIPA

(A spaced odyssey.)

December – February

When the cravings strike, look no further than this Double-hopped Double IPA. A luscious malt bill supports an addictively dank and citrusy hop fix.

    Malts 

  • Pale Alee
  • Vienna
  • Flaked Barley

    Hops 

  • Bravo
  • Denali
  • Cashmere
  • Idaho 7

Southie Stout

(From Wandsworth Common to Boston Common..)

December – February

A stout to warm and refresh. Rich and silky from the oatmeal and black as coal. US hops give it a wicked citrusy-herbal kick. Batter up.

    Malts 

  • Pale
  • Oatmeal
  • Extra-Dark Crystal
  • Chocolate
  • Black
  • Roasted
  • Carafa Special 3

    Hops 

  • Pale
  • Light Crystal
  • Carafa Special 3

    Other 

  • Earl Grey Tea
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Core beers

London Steam Lager Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Picnic Session IPA Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Commonside Pale Ale Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Thames Surf IPA Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Spring beers

FruitBowl IPA Yes Yes Yes
Valley Blanche Hefeweizen Yes Yes Yes

Summer beers

Little Critters Pale Ale Yes Yes Yes
Red Wheat N’ Blue Yes Yes Yes
Ball Park Lager Yes Yes Yes

Autumn beers

Wicked Good Ale Yes Yes Yes
Calif-oregon Amber Yes Yes Yes
Balham Black Yes Yes Yes

Winter beers

Maineline IPA Yes Yes Yes
Hop Junkie DIPA Yes Yes Yes
Southie Stout Yes Yes Yes

Taproom

Looking to try our beers?

Swing into the Taproom to grab a draught straight from the source! Taproom is open year round for having a few drinks or to grab some cans to go! Come soak up the sun in the summer with our outdoor beer garden & patio (weather permitting) and keep warm with us in the winter with our new snug area! Follow us on social media to stay updated on all events @ the Tap!

Outside at the Taproom

Taproom hours

Wednesday 5-10pm
Thursday 5-10pm
Friday 5-10pm
Saturday 12-10pm
Sunday 12 -8pm

Happy Hour W 5-10pm & Th 5-7

Taproom address

44 Jaggard Way, London, SW12 8SG

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For reservations, private hire, or enquires please email: taproom@bellevillebrewing.co.uk

Brewery

The Belleville Brewing Co. was set up by ten dads, all with children at Belleville primary school, south west London.

I suppose it all started with two words: ‘catchment’ and ‘area’. Something I didn’t think about when moving to south west London. When it was time for my son to go to school I soon realised that finding a school was going to be a challenge. The day before term started an offer came in from Belleville School. I was so relieved that I vowed to do as much for the school as possible.

A seed was planted when I heard that another school in the area had organized a beer festival as a fund-raiser. I put the idea to the PTA who whole heartedly agreed on an evening for the ‘dads’.

The day I collected the beer for the festival was an epiphany. I had grown up in Sussex drinking Harveys and King & Barnes and hadn’t realised what had happened to the brewing scene in my home county.

The success of the beer festival inspired me to start brewing myself. The kitchen became my brewery and I entered two of my own beers the following year. Several dads made encouraging remarks and Mark, our numbers man, came up with a plan. After a few false starts, we found Jaggard Way and Belleville Brewing Co. was born.
Adrian Thomas, Owner, Director & Head Brewer
I grew up drinking session bitters from the likes of Harveys in Lewes and King & Barnes in Horsham. Badger’s Tanglefoot and Exmoor Gold soon joined them as some of my favourite brews, but then something happened.

I found a shop in London that stocked the likes of Mickey’s Big Mouth, Pete’s Wicked, Brooklyn Lager and Sam Adams and was instantly hooked on American beer.

Having worked and holidayed a lot in the U.S. I have had a chance to drink my fair share of craft ales and it is these that I have sought to emulate when formulating the recipes and brewing the beers.

My first pumpkin ale was Buffalo Bill’s Pumpkin Ale from just outside San Francisco, and whenever I see Sierra Nevada’s Porter I will always buy a bottle. Low Ryeder from Sweetwater is a wonderful award-winning ale and Anchor’s Steam Beer is my go-to thirst quencher.
Adrian Thomas, Owner, Director & Head Brewer
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Stockists

Our beers are in and out of stock in various shops, restaurants and pubs, but these are a few our friends. Without them, you wouldn’t be enjoying our beers

Out of the can

BOB Wines

Tulse Hill, Sydenham, Crystal Palace

H Street Deli

2 Hildreth St, London SW12 9RQ

The Bottle Apostle

Clapham, Crouch End, Victoria Park Village, Primrose Hill

BabaBoom

30 Battersea Rise, London SW11 1EE

SKYLARK CAFÉ

Dorlcote Road, London SW18 3RT

MAJESTIC WINES

Clapham, Battersea, Fulham, Wimbledon, Putney, Covent Garden, Dulwich, Esher, St. John's Woods, Chiswick, Shepherds Bush, Greenwich, Wanstead

TAYLORS FINE WINES

408, Richmond Road, Kingston upon Thames KT2 5PU

NORTH & SOUTH WINES

63, Broomwood Road, London SW11 6HU

Ricardo's Cellar

44-45 Church St, Twickenham TW1 3NT

Last Try Wines

97 Whitton Rd, Twickenham TW1 1BZ

Café Ston

2 Plaza Gardens, Upper Richmond Rd, London SW15 2DT

BOTTLE CAVE

East Dulwich SE22 8EP, Stdenham SE26 5QW

NORTH & SOUTH WINES

63, Broomwood Road, London SW11 6HU

THE WINE TWIT

85, Nightingale Lane, London SW12 8NX

FLOTSAM & JETSAM

4, Bellevue Parade, Wandsworth SW17 7EQ

EKACHAI

Unit 205, Upper Concourse, Southside Shopping Centre, London SW18 4TE

THE BEER BOUTIQUE

517, Old York Road, London SW18 1TF

THE BEER BOUTIQUE

134, Upper Richmond Road, London SW15 2SP

We Brought Beer

Unit 17B Tooting Market, 21-23 Tooting High Street, London SW17 0SN

We Brought Beer

78, St. John’s Hill, London SW11 1SF

We Brought Beer

28, Hildreth St., London SW12 9RQ

Hamish Johnston

48, Northcote Road, London SW11 1PA

On tap

The Althorp

20 Bellevue Rd, London SW17 7EB

BRICK & LIQUOR

47 Balham Hill, London SW12 9DR

The White Horse

20-22 Peckham Rye, London SE15 4JR

Spit & Sawdust

21 Bartholomew St, London SE1 4AL

Old Red Lion

42 Kennington Park Rd, London SE11 4RS

The Antelope

76 Mitcham Rd, London SW17 9NG

NO.4 Pub

Delamere Street, Winsford, Cheshire CW7 2LS

THE QUEEN’S HEAD

144, Stockwell Road, London SW9 9TQ

THE MERTON APPRENTICE

14, Watermill Way, London SW19 2RD

THE EXMOUTH ARMS

1, Starcross Street, London NW1 2HR

Amuse Bouche

51 Parsons Green Ln, Fulham, London SW6 4JA

BabaBoom

189 Upper St, London N1 1RQ

The Manor Arms

2A Mitcham Ln, London SW16 6LQ

The Windmill

Windmill Dr, London SW4 9DE

The Devonshire

39 Balham High Rd, London SW12 9AN

Richard 1st

52-54 Royal Hill, Greenwich, London SE10 8RT

The Plough Bar & Kitchen

89 St John's Hill, London SW11 1SY

The Highbury Barn Tavern

26, Highbury Park, Highbury East, London N5 2AB

The Roebuck

50, Great Dover Street, London SE1 4YG

Plaquemine Lock

139, Graham Street, London N1 8LB

Honor Oak

1 St German's Road, Forest Hill, London SE23 1RH

Job Centre

120 Deptford High St, London SE8 4NP

Catford Bridge Tavern

Station Approach, London SE6 4RE

The Schoolhouse Bar

137-139 St John's Hill, London SW11 1TD

Union Tavern Gastropub

52 Lloyd Baker St, London WC1X 9AA

The Haggerston Pub

438 Kingsland Rd, London E8 4AA

Brixton Port Authority

49 Brixton Station Road, London SW9, UK

The Kings Arms

25, Roupell Street, London SE1 8TB

Hagen & Hyde

157 Balham High Road, London SW12 9AU

The Old Nun’s Head

15, Nunhead Green, London SE15 3QQ

Balham Bowls Club

7-9 Ramsden Road, London SW12 8QX

Jobs

The Belleville Brewing Company is expanding fast.

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