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Two Tribes KX

Posted on March 8, 2018 by James

A pioneering brewhouse, taproom and events space
opening in Tileyard Studios, King’s Cross, 9th April 2018

Two Tribes KX, London’s newest brewhouse and taproom, will unite craft beer, cutting-edge music and the best street food. Pushing the boundaries, this innovative multipurpose venue will brew one-off beers, serve hand-stretched pizzas, and provide small batch spirits from local suppliers, as well as offering a packed schedule of cook outs, intimate gigs, DJ sets and one-off parties.

Open seven days a week and located a short walk from King’s Cross Station in the creative music and media hub of Tileyard Studios, Two Tribes KX will host some of the best names in the music industry thanks to its ongoing partnership with Island Records. There will be DJ sessions and exclusive gigs using the Two Tribes KX incredible Funktion One Sound System. Its industrial vibe, 2,500 sq ft of space, and onsite brewery will provide a completely unique place to sample craft beers whilst listening to some of the best emerging artists.

During the day, Two Tribes KX will provide a unique spot where people can kick back, try eclectic beers on tap and tuck into tasty pizza with friends. People can also hold meetings, book brewery tours or privately hire this one-off venue.

With a huge open courtyard area, Two Tribes KX will take alfresco drinking and dining to the next level. Working with some of the best names in street food, such as burger legends Patty & Bun, Two Tribes KX is set to host summer cook outs and all-day parties.

Justin Deighton, founder of Two Tribes, says “Two Tribes has always been about pushing boundaries, bringing like-minded creatives together through the collaborative brewing process and challenging drinkers’ taste buds. It is this heritage and philosophy that has elevated Two Tribes in the industry and cemented its reputation as craft beer purveyors who aren’t afraid to take risks and do things differently”.

Two Tribes KX will ultimately bring a spirit of innovation to people who want to experience good food, drink incredible small batch beers, and listen to great music.

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Notes to Editors:
Twitter & Instagram: @TwoTribesBrew
Facebook: twotribesbrew

Two Tribes KX,
Tileyard Studios,
Tileyard Road,
King’s Cross,
N7 9AH

About Two Tribes:
Two Tribes is a visionary brewery that, using the knowledge and experience of founder Justin Deighton, creates bespoke beers with an interesting story whilst ensuring that the quality of taste is a priority. Two Tribes is a creative hub bringing like-minded people together through the brewing process.

About Tileyard Studios:
Tileyard Studios is one of the most sought after co-working spaces in the capital, where like-minded businesses are setting up shop, lured by a creative, independent spirit that runs throughout the King’s Cross complex.

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