Beers on draught at Urban Golf

Craft beer is a key ingredient in the Urban Golf experience. We don’t thrown any old beer behind the bar. In fact, we hold monthly meetings to discuss every beer that goes on sale. Each has to earn its spot. 

The best of the best make it onto the taps in draught form. They’re in the Champions League. We closely monitor how they are received by customers and they’re constantly under threat from new products. It’s tough at the tap.

Beers on tap:

Siren Undercurrent Pale Ale 4.5%

Siren is a stalwart at Urban Golf, for good reason. They make some darn good drank. Opening up with a grassy hop, this oatmeal Pale Ale has notes of caramel and citrus on the nose. It has a medium sweet to bitter taste, pouring with a pale body and a thin lace. The more refined palates will find notes of grapefruit and apricot.

To learn more about this beer head to the Siren website. 

Siren Soundwave IPA 5.4%

“Eminently drinkable”, “a topical hop heaven” say Soundwave. That sounds alright to us. Siren’s headlining beer delivers a big hoppy hit, with fruity notes. A hazy pourer that is perfect for a session.

To learn more about this beer head to the Siren website. 

Camden Hells Lager 4.6%

One of London’s most famous brewers have their Pilsner on tap, made using herle and hallertau hops. A classic, easy drinking lager with crisp caramel notes and a zesty underbelly.

Head to the Camden Town Brewery website if you want to know more.  


Beavertown Neck Oil IPA 4.3%

Another London legend, Beavertown brewery have their outstandingly popular Neck Oil IPA in draught form at Urban Golf. This is a light and crisp IPA that uses extra pale malts, allowing hops to dance over the top. Not called a session IPA for nothing. Goes down like a flushed four iron.

Learn more about this beer on the Beavertown website. 


Paulaner Lager 4.9%

Germany make great lagers, and here we have one of their best. This Bavarian behemoth comes out of Munich’s Paulaner brewery, and has a malty sweet start before evolving into a hoppy, biscuit finish. Uses fabled German hop hallertau.

To find out more about this beer head to the Paulaner website. 

We’ll be constantly updating the beers on tap, so keep your eyes locked on this article to see if we have something that can wet your whistle.

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