ONE MILE END AT THE WHITE HART BREWS A DIVERSE ARRAY OF CRAFT BEERS
One Mile End is a micro-brewery located beneath The White Hart Brew Pub in Whitechapel. It brews ales in a range of flavours from sour to fruity.
For those who prefer drinks other than beer, The White Hart also serves spirits and wines.
The White Hart Brew Pub, 1 Mile End Rd, London E1 4TP, UK. Phone: 020 7790 2894
The White Hart Brew Pub in Whitechapel is a vibrant pub at the heart of the East End. At first glance, it looks very much like any other drinking establishment; yet, nestled amidst the facias of more familiar beer taps are more experimental offerings. These originate from the One Mile End micro-brewery downstairs – another hidden feature of this conventional-looking boozer.
The brewery itself was launched in October 2014. It has grown rapidly since then, so it also brews at larger facilities in Tottenham. As such, The White Hart has a fantastic range of pale ales you are unlikely to find elsewhere, at least not all under one roof. This includes firm local favourites as well as one-off specials.
It is perhaps prudent to ask a few questions before diving straight in to order a drink, however, for One Mile End produces a range of quite some scope. One glass of beer can produce a significantly different effect on one’s palate to another. This is particularly true should the drinker decide to order a glass of a sour beer (sour in a good way) such as Gose Fleur De Sel. Similarly, the Snakes Alive Dipa is infused with a strong flavour of lemon and blueberries, which may not cater to all tastes. That said, more conventional-tasting beers are available from One Mile End, including their ‘Docker’s Delight’ bitter, which easily stands the test of taste alongside more established brands.
In terms of trying some of what’s on offer from One Mile End you needn’t necessarily visit the White Hart. The beers produced by One Mile End appear regularly at a variety of events around the city, and those interested in sampling some of the beers can stay up to date on where to find them via the One Mile End blog.