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TATE EATS X QUEER BREWING X DROP PROJECT ALL OF US OR NONE OF US COLLABORATIVE BEER FOR THE LGBTQIA+ COMMUNITY

Tate Eats unveils All Of Us Or None Of Us – an exclusive collaborative brew with Queer Brewing and Drop Project for the Pride Month edition of Tate Modern Lates on 24 June, a night celebrating LGBTQIA+ creatives, culture and communities. The beer reflects Queer Brewing’s commitment to unity and community as vital to LGBTQIA+ liberation.

Featuring Drop Project’s house ale yeast strain, and added oats for an extra smooth body, All Of Us Or None Of Us is a joyful 4.6% hop-forward beer full of tropical stone fruit flavours and made using Strata, Ekuanot and Centennial hops. Born in the spirit of collaboration, this playful pale ale will be unveiled at Tate’s upcoming Tap Takeover taking place during the Tate Modern Late in the Terrace Bar (Level 1, Blavatnik Building) from 6pm to 9:30pm.

During the evening, guests will have the chance to be the first to sample All Of Us Or None

Of Us, plus hear how founder Lily Waite launched Queer Brewing to make a difference to LGBTQIA+ communities. Over the years, Queer Brewing has made a tangible impact to improve visibility and representation of LGBTQIA+ communities in the industry, with the project so far creating over 50 one-off collaborative brews with craft breweries from 5 different countries to raise thousands of pounds for incredibly important LGBTQIA+ charities.

Queer Brewing will also be putting three of their best brews across the taps for this special night:

Tiny Dots, Pilsner, 4.5%

Hopped with Saaz and Tettnang for light floral notes balanced on top of a classic pilsner base, this is Queer Brewing’s take on a timeless style, brewed with approachability and accessibility in mind.

Glitter Veil, West Coast IPA, 6%

Glitter Veil is a bright and resinous West Coast IPA, hopped with Centennial, Chinook, and Simcoe. It’s layered with pine and citrus, a little apricot and jam, and a solid heft of bitterness.

Something To Put In You, Pale Ale, 5%.

Something To Put In You is a soft, juicy, all-round delicious pale ale, hopped with Amarillo, Galaxy and Motueka. The result is layer upon layer of tropical softness, with loads of pineapple on the aroma and plenty of mango and citrus on the palate.

There will be a special bar offer of 3 x ⅓ beer flight for £10 and 2 x All Of Us Or None Of Us cans for £12 throughout the evening, and food created by Tate Eats’s kitchen team, such as Sweet Potato and Aubergine Burgers and Sourdough Battered Fish with a Fennel and London Rocket Salad.

Further information on June’s Tate Modern Late in celebration LGBTQIA+ artists and creative communities is HERE. No ticket required for admission to the Tate Modern Late. All Of Us Or None Of Us will be available at Tate Modern as long as stocks last and on limited release from Drop Project and Queer Brewing web shops from 24 June.

Tate Eats’s latest beer collaboration, inspired by the gallery’s programme of events and exhibitions, follows the success of Tate Eats’s series of Tap Takeovers with craft brewers from around the world.

NOTES TO EDITORS

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TATE EATS

Tate Eats delivers everything from large scale bespoke events to intimate dinners, craft beer collaborations, stunning cocktails, al fresco wood-fired pizzas, a vibrant ethical coffee-roasting business, through to family cafes and food for Tate’s staff. All profits are returned to Tate, supporting the gallery’s mission.

TAP TAKEOVERS

The goal of Tate Eats’s Tap Takeovers is to recognise and celebrate the finesse and flair of local British brewers and foster the growing intersection of craft beer and art. Many of the breweries taking part have also developed bespoke beers to coincide with gallery collections, a specific work of art, or a featured exhibition.

QUEER BREWING

Founded in 2019 by Lily Waite, Queer Brewing is devoted to providing visibility for LGBTQIA+ people in and around beer and to build community, advocate for LGBTQIA+ rights, and raise money for LGBTQIA+ charities. After recognising a significant lack of LGBTQIA+ community in the beer world, Waite set out on a mission to make a tangible difference within the beer industry, by collaborating with UK-based, and then international breweries to take up space in an industry dominated by Cisgender, Heterosexual, Male voices.

DROP PROJECT

Based in Mitcham, South London, we are Microbrewery focused creating the freshest, premium flavoursome beers with consistent high-quality results. Pushing creative boundaries and brewing the beers that both inspire our passions for the industry and our lifestyles. Along with our key focus on quality, we have a Green Mandate and have since our creation in 2019. With various tree planting schemes, such as One Brew One Tree initiative, and other environmentally conscious practices from Earth Positive Merchandise to recycled packaging, we focus on doing things right.


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