One of the newest Singapore craft beer importers, Applehops, is on the roll – after landing official distributorship for British beer brands such as Wells & Young, Adnams Southwold, and Tiny Rebel Brewing Company, the startup has announced that it will also be bringing in beers from London-based craft beer brewer Beaverton Brewery.

Set up in December 2011 by Logan Plant and Byron Knight as the in-house brewery for their barbeque brewpub Dukes, Beavertown – an old Cockney name for the De Beauvoir area of the London borough of Hackney – recently moved to a bigger brewery and earned enough plaudits to land an invitation as one of only four UK-based breweries to the Copenhagen Beer Celebration.

Applehops will be launching with two of their core beers, the ‘Gamma Ray’ American Pale Ale and ‘Black Betty’ Black IPA in limited quantities in bottle form. They will also be bringing in draft kegs for Beerfest Asia this year. Some stock will be made available to select trade customers.

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“We’ll introduce the rest of the family in stages and look to bring in their new cans for retail across Southeast Asia in the latter half of the year,” confirms Applehops director Elijah Toh. “It’s truly exciting times for not only Applehops to be able to represent Beavertown but also bring such well regarded brewery to the region.”


Beavertown Gamma Ray American Pale Ale
Maker: Beavertown Brewery
ABV: 5.4%
Volume: 330ml (bottle), draft

Beavertown Black Betty Black IPA
Maker: Beavertown Brewery
ABV: 7.4%
Volume: 330ml (bottle), draft



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