Right after opening up one of the first craft-beer shops in London around 2008, let alone a string of various other bars, Capetonian beer enthusiast Jason Waggott opened up The Wembley Craft Beer Tap during October 2013. And because of the huge desire for shop beers locally, Jason’s right timing could not have been much better.
The Wembley Tap provides an ever-changing choice around thirty craft beers on tap, and more than 200 well-loved international and local artisanal ales as well as ciders.
Wembley Tap is a one-time event in Cape Town. This is an independent bar which will be giving the best option of craft beers throughout thirty taps. The Wembley Tap will likely be getting all of the beers from craft beer breweries throughout South Africa as well as the world. They provide a cozy atmosphere which is enticing and also provide an education on beer.
The taps will hold craft ciders, craft lagers, golden ales, stouts, fruit beers and weiss beers. These can be originating from companies like Camel Thorn Brewery, Darling Brewery, Triggerfish Brewery, Terra Madre, Three Skulls Brew Works, Everson’s Cider, Kernel Brewery and Camden Town Brewery – simply to name some.
Wembley Tap can also get a wide variety of wine sourced coming from a few cracking small batch wine farming throughout the Western Cape. The tourists cannot only have a chance to try interesting things but enjoy what they’re testing. They’ve got a collection of Brandy’s coming from Grabouw to Wellington which includes pot still brandies. The food being offered won’t also be the usual, but still remain in what is probably on tap for that week. Foods such as oak smoked Elephant garlic dished up with crusty bread, beer-basted whole baby chickens, candied bacon stripes, beer doughnut balls having maple syrup, broiled stout fillet beef steak, as well as sour cherry stout cookies.
The site – a modern day adopt a traditional beer house – is attractive and warm, having very long wooden public tables, pinball machines, an industrial-sleek bar counter as well as a sunny outside seating space.