Originally founded in London’s Fulham, back in 1995, Freedom remains the longest established microbrewer of lager to date. Leaving London in 2004, Freedom moved to their current home in the heart of rural Staffordshire, onto a private estate of rolling countryside and near the world famous brewing town of Burton-On-Trent. Freedom chose to set up their Brewery in the country, drawing spring water from their very own borehole, blending innovation with tradition. Freedom chose to make a better beer; fully conditioned, naturally carbonated, unpasteurised, filtered, consistent, balanced and brilliant.
Freedom Brewery will be showcasing the following beers at the Festive Edition of Taste of London:
Freedom Four – Four ingredients producing an inherently British lager conditioned for a minimum of four weeks resulting in a refreshing beer delivering both flavour and satisfaction.
Freedom Organic – A reflection of the Munich Helles style. A pale balanced lager that uses a clean malt canvas to showcase Hallertau Tradition hops.
This full-bodied beer displays infinite subtlety in delivering a range of delicate flavours. Being organic and vegan it represents both premium quality and choice to the discerning drinker.
Freedom Pale – A dry pale ale that derives its colour and body from cara malt and notably an inclusion of rye.
The hop aroma is distinctive but not overpowering, draws bold inspiration from New Zealand and is augmented by a subtle addition of American hops.