London-based independent beer merchant upgrades draught dispense system for better beer quality
A few months shy of its 6th year in business, Mother Kelly’s original East London location has been refurbished and refreshed, ready to open its doors later today.
While the biggest change won’t be seen by most consumers, they should certainly taste it. Mother Kelly’s Bethnal Green has upgraded to a bespoke cold room using direct draw dispense for all of their kegged beers, ciders, and wines.
Nigel Owen, owner of Mother Kelly’s, said: “We’ve changed to a direct draw system to make sure that we can continue to serve the best quality beers to our customers. We’ve always prided ourselves on offering cold storage for all of the beer across our sites, but this upgrade will take our quality to the next level at the point of service by giving us even more precise temperature control. There’s also less waste.”
“We’re committed to pushing the industry forward when it comes to beer quality and look forward to rolling this system out across all of our current and future sites. This will continue to allow us to do what we do best for many more years to come: serve our customers the best independently brewed beer that we can possibly find.”
Mother Kelly’s Bethnal Green reopens from 5pm on Thursday, January 9, 2020.
About Mother Kelly’s
Founded in 2014 in a railway arch in Bethnal Green, Mother Kelly’s is one of London’s best-known independent beer merchants. Today, the business has grown to 5 locations across the city with taprooms in Bethnal Green, Vauxhall, and Stratford and bottle shops in Homerton and Stoke Newington. Mother Kelly’s stocks independent breweries from all over the world and has every style of beer imaginable – from the affordable and familiar to the more esoteric, limited editions.
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