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We're adding some new shelves and a fresh coat of paint in the coming weeks, along with a little e-commerce functionality to speed SOHO Lager® direct to your door.
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Keep scrolling to read about the super-lovely taste of SOHO Lager® and how it's made...
A premium, slow-brewed, unpasteurised lager-beer, inspired by our years of working in the pubs and bars of the groovy melting pot that is Soho.
Brewed exclusively with earthy and citrusy Noble aroma hops for a flavoursome, moreish, balanced, 4.5% abv Munich-Pilsner hybrid lager-beer.
Available to London's on-trade, in 30L steel keg & 330ml bottle, and 330ml bottles via Amazon.
People of Soho
Bright lights and neon signs, London’s melting pot. Charged with character and charm, inspiring everything we do.
We're on a journey to a thousand anecdotes about the people of Soho whose past and present make it everything it is. If you've got a story to tell, we'd love to know more at firstname.lastname@example.org
...here’s a taste
At Gerry’s Club
“Dan Farson spat the gin and tonic I had poured for him all over me and then showed me how you actually make one – by just ‘showing’ the merest drop of tonic to the gin. I was lucky with him actually. He had a habit of throwing glass ashtrays at barmaids.” Through an unassuming […]Read more
Do you believe in angels? When you are lost or down in Soho (or maybe you’ve just over-indulged on your night out), you may feel a gentle tap on your shoulder. Turn, and you might find a modern day Clarence from ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ standing at your side. The Soho Angels are […]Read more
The Soho That Made and Broke William Blake
It was 1806 above a hosiery shop on Soho’s Broad Street and William Blake was not a happy man. He had set up a makeshift exhibition above his brother’s business, in the hope of winning over some well-deserved admirers. But the critics weren’t being kind. To be exact, the critic wasn’t being kind. The only […]Read more
Soho the Set, Soho the Industry, Soho the Star
“There is an island in the great city of London, a little foreign island called Soho…” There was always something different about Soho – something dangerous, intoxicating and exotic – that drew in writers, actors, directors. Emeric Pressburger knew it when he wrote that opening gambit to his 1957 film, Miracle in Soho. […]Read more
A Stroll Down Berwick Street
When you step into Berwick Street Market, be grateful that you’re doing so. A few years ago, this deliciously eclectic medley of stalls – a rumpus of fresh cut flowers, bubbling paella pans and bargain price toilet cleaner – was on the precipice of oblivion. Lines like “Come and get your gums ’round me plums” […]Read more
Night (and Day) Flowers of SOHO
A few years ago, the photographer Damien Frost went onto the streets of London every evening, looking for drag queens. He took a portrait of one of these ‘night flowers’ every day for a year, often finding that Soho bore the prettiest blooms. In one image, Irma Mess shoots a withering stare down the lens, […]Read more
Described as "short, stooped, with owlish glasses", Pam was known for her uncanny knack of persuading people to part with cash, so she could get a cup of tea, a packet of fags and a bed for the night.Read more
Every man and his dog knows that to slurp the caffeinated cup-and-saucered nectar at Bar Italia - perched on a stool and letting the cheesy pop classics waft by - is an hour well spent.Read more