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South Town: The Launch Pictures

This past Saturday we launched our South Town Red Ale collaboration with Adnams. The weather was unseasonably – and unfeasibly – warm as we welcomed this single batch cask ale into the world. Attendees enjoyed the outdoor cask bar without fear of a soaking and there was even a little sunbathing (and post pint Dad-on-the-beach-style napping) in the deck chairs that Adnams brought along with them.

We decked out the brewery in South Town bunting and built a big wooden cask bar to serve up pints of South Town on gravity and hand pump, which was all very strange to us keg types. Beers were drunk, Fundi pizzas were eaten and if you made it down, thanks for coming and making it such an awesome day.

If you didn’t manage to stop by, here’s a slideshow so you can soak up the atmosphere / see what you missed from the comfort of your own home, possibly with a pint of South Town poured from a Adnams mini cask. You can also find South Town at a whole load of excellent pubs across the country, check the list below the slideshow and keep an eye on our Twitter for more details.

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South Town Stockists:

London: The Northcote, (Northcote Road), The Duchess (Islington), The Earl Haig Hall (Elder Avenue), The Lamb (Holloway Road), Lord Palmerston, (Dartmouth Park Hill), Lion & Unicorn, (Kentish Town), Hand in Hand (Wimbledon Common), Grape & Grain (Anerley Hill), Holborn Whippet (Sicilian Avenue), Richard the First (Greenwich), The Betjeman Arms (St Pancras), The Phoenix (Chelsea), Founders Arms (Bankside), Duke of Wellington (Notting Hill), Princess of Wales (Clapton), The Mitre (Craven Terrace), The Defectors Weld (Shepherds Bush), Dial Arch (Woolwich), Railway Tavern (St Jude’s Street)

Surrey: White Cross (Richmond), The Orange Tree (Richmond), Hare and Hounds (Sheen), The Foley Arms (Esher), The Crown (Chertsey)

Norwich: The Wig and Pen, The Fat Cat, Jubilee (Thorpe Hamlet), Trafford Arms, The Sir Garnet, The Whalebone, The Rumsey Wells

Suffolk: The Dove Street Inn (Ipswich), The Greyhound (Ipswich), The Fludyer Hotel (Felixstowe), Lord Nelson (Southwold), The Randolph (Reydon)

Elsewhere: Pint Shop (Cambridge), Bricklayers Arms (Colchester)

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Our tanks are stretching their legs and heading back on tour. The best part? You're invited!

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