A family of entrepreneurs from Warwick have taken their first steps into hospitality with their new craft beer bar and shop, which recently opened in the centre of the town.
Paul and Jacqui Brown, together with their sons Harvey and Regan, have launched The Craftsman, a bar that celebrates and promotes the artisan and craft beer sector.
The new venue is already attracting the craft beer community with their extensive beer menu, including 16 rotating beers on tap, plus over 50 beers in the bottle shop.
As well as serving pints, the beers are also available in third, half and two-thirds of a pint servings, and the owners claim that The Craftsman is the only bar to offer 16-beer flights – comprising one third pint measures from each of their pumps, from hoppy IPAs and pale ales to rich stouts, fruit sours and lagers.
The Craftsman also stocks a selection of wines, spirits, liqueurs, ciders, soft drinks and coffee.
The bar also offers a modest food menu, designed by head chef and general manager Lee Mallen, which complements the beers. It’s all home-made using ingredients that are fresh and locally sourced wherever possible.
At the heart of The Craftsman’s philosophy is craft and artisan beers, so if anyone is interested in supplying the increasingly popular bar, they should get in touch.
For more information visit their website craftsmanbars.co.uk