London’s Two Tribes Brewing has partnered with the Tate Modern for the Cellar Selection craft beer box featuring Two Tribes alongside beers from some of the UK’s leading independent breweries, including: Cloudwater Brew Co, Northern Monk Brewery, Burnt Mill Brewery and Wylam Brewery.
The box includes a selection of 12 mixed beers and only a limited number are available. It retails at £35.
Boxes are available from now from the Two Tribes webshop (https://bit.ly/TateCellarSelection).
Customers are encouraged to make a donation to the NHS on checkout, which will then be matched by Two Tribes.
Andrew Downs, Operations Director of TATE Eats, says:
‘I’m delighted that we’ve been able to partner up with Two Tribes to share some of our amazing beer in selection from Tate Modern. The selection has been drawn for our Terrace Bar cellar which is where we stock the very best of British craft breweries.
It is also the stage for our monthly Tap Take Over series, where you can discover the country’s best breweries, their beer, art, illustration and music.’
Justin Deighton, Two Tribes Chief, says:
‘ The spirit of collaboration is what Two Tribes is all about and, especially during this time, it’s important to support our customers in any way that we can. The Tate Modern Cellar Selection box is the perfect partnership for Two Tribes and we look forward to promoting this through our online community.’
Two Tribes has done things differently from the beginning, driven by the spirit of collaboration across creative industries. This ethos is embedded at the heart of the brand: the moniker ‘Two Tribes’ came from the idea of using the universal language of beer to work together with other artistic minds.
Their vision has BEER + MUSIC + ART at the core of their brand and they’ve collaborated with a range of industries, including record companies, Michelin star chefs and football brand COPA 90. They’re currently working with a global fashion brand to be launched later this year.
Their core beers, which include Powerplant gluten-free lager, Metroland session IPA, Electric Circus American pale ale and Dream Factory pale ale, are made for quality everyday drinking. These are supplemented with adventurous specials inspired by a sense of experimentation and fun, such as New Romantic passion fruit gose or Heavy Metal blueberry stout.
Earlier this month, Two Tribes marked their 02.20 rebrand launch by running a competition on their Instagram account across the month of May, asking drinkers to unleash their creativity and design their own can label. Every box of beer purchased from their online shop included a blank white label can and pens.
Assets of the new Two Tribes cans can be found here.
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About Two Tribes:
Inspired by Music, Food and Good Times. Two Tribes brings like minded creatives together through the brewing process. An independent brewery based in Tileyard Studios in King’s Cross, London, their small team get beer across London and beyond.
About Tate Tap Takeovers:
Taking place on the last Thursday of each month, the Tate Tap Takeover series provides a fun and informal space for beer makers and beer lovers alike to come together and enjoy the best of the UK’s brews with tastings, talks and activities.
About Tate Beer:
Tate’s extensive beer list provides a solely British offer and the team thoughtfully seek out the best beers in Britain. Sourcing the brews for the four Tate galleries, the team has ensured that the list focuses on well-brewed, well-crafted beers, made with an ethos in line with Tate. Visitors at Tate can enjoy beers from passionate and innovative breweries across the British Isles.