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19th January 2018


Tate Modern to target design savvy, art loving drinkers of vibrant, small batch beer

Brighton based Lost + Found A.BL has been selected by the Tate to expand its high quality beer offering. Lost + Found A.BL will launch their beers with an exclusive Tap Takeover at the Terrace Bar at Tate Modern on Thursday 25th January 2018.

Dedicated to innovation and experimentation the Lost + Found A.BL has just moved all brewing to bigger permanent premises in Horsham, Sussex. There has been a significant investment in new equipment, while maintaining their ethos of using only the finest high quality ingredients. The Tate listing provides an ideal partnership on which the brewery continues to build its reputation and grow strategic listings around the UK.

Andrew Downs, Operations Director, Tate said; “I love Lost + Found beer! It’s really delicious. Beautifully balanced, generously hopped and full of flavour. I appreciate the way it’s made and, it represents the styles of beer I love to drink and like to stock here at Tate. Lost + Found’s can and badge designs are striking, they are stylish and contemporary. Perfect for our outlets at Tate Modern.”

Co-Founder Chris Angelkov, said; “We are very proud that the Tate has chosen our beers. We share many of the Tate’s values and we innovate new styles. It is with a smile that we’ve been brewing beer that we know is going to sit alongside some of the foremost and forward thinking art works in the world. It’s wonderful to know that people can appreciate one of our beers while they are in the Tate’s mind-set.”

The new releases include:

R21. 64BIT IPA

release date 16th Jan


30l Keg £94.00

24 x 440ml cans £64.50


Tropical US hops create a juice-ladened amber IPA. Dry hopped with Ekuanot, Mosaic, Idaho 7 and Azacca.


R24. 3.8% Pale / Revert To Type 

(launching at the Tate on 25th Jan)


30l keg £94.50

24 x 330ml cans £39.50


A crisp refreshing Pale Ale that’s big on character, hopped intensively with Simcoe, Citra and Sticklebract.


R23. Session IPA / Hold It Down


30l keg £94.50
24 x 440ml cans £49.20

The baby brother to our IPA – Citra, Mosaic and Simcoe hops create big tropical flavours over a lightly kilned, super crisp malt base.


Release 5th Jan


20l keg £82.50

24 x 440 ml cans £61.50


Zinging out the glass in a ray of sunshine yellow. This IPA is heavily hopped, silky smooth and has seven grains in the bill including a stack of winter oats.



3 x 440ml cans £17.00; NB: selection of Pale Ales (NB. packs are made up of latest releases available)

Packaged in custom made, matt black heavyweight tubes with black end caps. With a selection of 6 coloured labels. This makes a great gift for the discerning drinker in your life.


Independently rated by leading beer app Untappd as a top 10* brewery in the UK (No. 8 – December 2017). The team split their workload into pilot brewing and creation of their high quality limited commercial releases. The brewing process is open and inclusive with all recipes printed onto the side of can. Recipes use a premium quality bespoke liquid yeast imported directly from the U.S.A.

Latest releases can be found in independent retailers, on-tap in leading venues or from

For further information and HI RES PRODUCT IMAGES please contact Helen Trevorrow or Vicky Hague @ Green Row on 0794 000 9138 / 07921 060 /

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About Lost and Found Brewery

Lost and Found Brewery beer can also be found on tap in top venues the UK. Best sellers include:

  • The Rake, London Bridge
  • Mrs Fitzpatricks
  • Lion and Lobster
  • The Coal shed
  • The Walrus
  • Hixon Green, Hove

Lost and Found Brewery has an overriding philosophy that guides their culture and sits at the heart of everything they do. It is to make the best contribution that they possibly can to the industry, through pursuit of excellence.

Lost and Found began as a 5 gallon brew-lab located in a townhouse garage in the heart of Brighton, splitting and cascading batches in order to find new and perfect combinations of malt, hops and yeast, with the aim of making fantastic beer to proudly share with family of friends.

Helen Trevorrow | Managing Director | Green Row0794 000 9138 |

Take a look at our reviews on Unspun