We caught up with the guys from Brixton Port Authority, who you may know more as the lovely guys and gals that serve really good craft beer from their shipping container home here.
Tell us a bit about what you do?
Brixton Port Authority is part of the Parched family, an independent company with a passion for hospitality. The growing family of venues, all spread throughout South London, are focussed on providing excellent customer service, quality food and drink and friendly staff.
What can people expect to find at BPA?
A fine selection of locally sourced craft beer, small batch spirits and organic wine. Knowledgeable and smiley people behind the bar.
What encouraged you to set up shop at Pop?
When the Pop Brixton project started we knew we had to be part of this exciting enterprise that encourages small businesses to share space, skills and ideas.
How did you get started and what were you doing before you joined Pop Brixton?
The first pub in the company - The Roebuck in Borough opened in the early 2000’s. We started with a number of core values: sustainable sourcing, community engagement and personal investment in both employees and customers. More than a decade on our ultimate aim still remains.
Where do you source your drinks from?
All our beers are from South London breweries, including Brixton Brewery, Brick Brewery in Peckham, Gipsy Hill Brewery and Orbit in Walworth.
Are you doing any Christmas specials?
We currently have a warming mulled cider with rhubarb and winter spices.
If you could have a pint with anyone, who would it be?
Any other interesting things you can tell us?
Hungry for more? Visit the closest pub in the company - The Queen’s Head. Just round the corner at 144 Stockwell Road, serving local booze and sustainable pub grub.
You can find BPA here every day of the week and sample some of the finest South London craft beers on tap! Make sure to follow them so you can keep up with their goings on.
Facebook : @brixtonportauthority