In a nutshell: Hazy, unfiltered IPA from Kingston Upon Thames' Park Brewery.
The lowdown: A super smooth and hazy IPA brewed with a large amount of oats and wheat. This juicy beer has bright tropical flavours and citrus aromas from the dry hops. Its name 'The Way represents a 10 mile protected view from Richmond Park (specifically Henrys Mound) to St Pauls Cathedral. A ruling to protect this view was established in 1710. Gates that mark the clearing were designed by Joshua De Liste, an artist and blacksmith.
The Park Brewery was established by Josh and Frankie Kearns, a husband and wife team. Born from obsessive home brewing throughout 2012-2013 and after encouraging feedback from friends and local bottle shops (ourselves among them), they made the leap and invested in a small kit, found local premises and took the brewing out of the family kitchen. They moved into their current brewery in Kingston-upon-Thames in 2018 and being based near Richmond Park, they've used the history and landscape of the place to inspire the naming of their beers.