Gorgeous Brewery

Gorgeous Brewery (www.gorgeousbrewery.com) is an independent, family run artisan brewery with its own beer garden based at The Bull Pub (www.thebullhighgate.co.uk), a Highgate institution considered to be one of the best public houses in North London.

It produces eight unique beers, which can be enjoyed at The Bull, on tap or bottled, or fresh from the barrel at the brewery’s own bar.

An intrinsic part of the pub experience, the brewery is open to all patrons of The Bull. Guests can take an informal tour of the space, watching the brewing process as it unfolds and sample the day’s latest produce.

It backs onto the Gorgeous Brewery Beer Garden, which is is the perfect destination for casual drinkers and al fresco dining from the pub menu.

The Beers

All of Gorgeous Brewery’s beers have a distinct label design and tasting notes. They are made from the finest ingredients and crafted, bottled and labelled by hand. The range includes a selection of thirst quenching, light bodied pale ales, a dark and rich vanilla malt stout and seasonal IPAs.

The Brewery

Gorgeous Brewery started with a small two-barrel brewing kit, which Founder Rob Laub inherited from The Bull pub’s previous owners. He works alongside Head Brewer Reuben Moore.

Now a five-barrel brewery, Gorgeous Brewery has created a unique space in the Highgate area, producing beers which have been expertly crafted, cementing itself as a brewing destination in its own right.

The Bull Pub

The Bull pub serves an evolving and innovative menu, full of fresh and seasonal ingredients, celebrating the best of British produce.

Renowned for its Sunday Roasts, including Irish beef and Norfolk chicken, the venue also serves a decadent Brunch menu. Each Wednesday, as part of The Bull Pub’s ‘Wings Wednesday’ offer, diners can devour a half kilo bucket of wings, with a selection of specialty sauces, for just £5.

Refurbished at the beginning of 2018, the pub is dog-friendly and offers a warm and welcoming space, with cosy armchairs, a large bar and a real hearth, which is lit during the colder winter months.