The history of...Fourpure Brewing Co.
The Fourpure Story
The Fourpure story is a simple but inspiring one – two brothers with a passion for travel and adventure, looking to share their experiences of good times, great beer and welcoming hospitality, at home in London.In 2012 Dan, an avid homebrewer and beer enthusiast, was looking to find an outlet for his craft, whilst brother Tom, travelling the West Coast of the U.S., was experiencing the open road and front line of the modern beer scene. Inspired by the daring and innovative methods adopted by modern breweries and a passion for flavour, Dan and Tom set up Fourpure in 2013 with the goal of sharing this passion, making good beer accessible and taking beer lovers on a journey to explore new tastes and flavours.Scroll down to continue reading...
Fourpure produce a range of year-round beers which are available in both keg and can. They also produce a number of seasonal small batch and one-off beers. Their aim is to put out the best possible beer every time they brew and in trying to achievethis, they’ve spent a lot of time (and money) focusing on our quality control and processes. This allows Fourpure to offer a range of styles from every day, easy drinking beers through to more challenging and interesting 'small batch' beers.
Fourpure’s core range of beer is flavoursome yet accessible. Take Hemisphere; a Session IPA brewed with Mosaic, Simcoe and Amarillo hops creating vibrant tropical flavours, a gentle bitterness and a clean, hoppy finish, or the Fourpure take on a German Pilsner, Basecamp Pils Lager, which is a drinkable 4.7% pilsner, with a crisp, clean and refreshing tatse. For something darker, Last Train Oatmeal Stout offers a smooth finish with flavours of rich dark chocolate and roasted coffee.
It’s not all about traditional styles, however - far from it, in fact. As a counterpoint to the core Fourpure range, they have created ‘The Pioneer Range’ to entice the more explorative beer drinker. This range of small batch and seasonal beers is bold, colourful and experimental. Try Deucebox, an 8.3% citrus double IPA with twice the hops, twice the malt and twice the juice to serve up a punchy, tropical, glass of joy, every time. Or alternatively, the Imperial Beartooth, an 8.5% Imperial American Brown inspired by the great state of Alaska. English malt and vibrant American hops give way to flavours of caramel, chocolate and coffee.