Tap & Bottle draught wine bar launches at Flat Iron Square

Tap & Bottle

South East London hospitality and entertainment destination Flat Iron Square is welcoming a new draught wine bar.

Tap & Bottle

Set over two floors, Tap & Bottle has a rustic interior featuring exposed brickwork and wooden furniture as well as a hidden terrace.

The bar’s “convenient” wine on tap, which includes four reds, four whites and two different rosés, has been introduced to encourage a more eco-friendly way for wine lovers to consume their wine and to ensure value for money.

The kegs use a special ‘ball in bag’ system to retain freshness and prevent oxygen from contaminating the wine.

Tap & Bottle joins the Flat Iron Square bar Aprés London and the Omeara Cantina tequila bar in a veritable quadrant of drinking spots on-site, surrounded by street-food vendors and restaurants including the likes of Motherclucker, Baz & Fred’s stone-baked pizzas, Lupins, Bar Douro, Where The Pancakes Are, Savage Salads, Laffa and Ekachai.

Following the success of the Lagunitas Beer Circus in the garden this summer, Flat Iron Square welcomes Oktoberfest next month, with celebrations over four German themed evening sessions from 3 – 6 October.

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