Forty Elephants – Pale – 4.0%

Citra & Simcoe pale ale which give a bright citrus flavour profile.

Contains Barley, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Bill Stickers – Hazy Pale – 4.0%

Easy drinking hazy gold beer with fruity, sweet aroma. Grapefruit, honey, tropical fruit and pink grapefruit flavours with a touch of vanilla and floral hops. The aftertaste remains sweet with just a trace of earthy hops and bitterness.

Contains Barley, Oats, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Emu War – NEIPA – 4.2%

Hazy amber smooth pale ale with malty sweet biscuit aroma with citrus notes, which are also on the palate where the grapefruit is joined by mango and apricot. The lingering finish is dryish with a spicy bitterness. Hints of earthy hops in the flavour.

Contains Barley, Oats, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Green Hop – Green Hop Pale – 4.4%

Using locally grown Cascade hops, this beer is only brewed in September to give the unique green hop flavour only found in this style of beer.

Contains Barley, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Sky Pirate – Pale – 4.8%

Simcoe & Mosaic give a tropical twist to this pale ale.

Contains Barley. Vegan Friendly.

Camberwell Kolsch – Kolsch – 4.8%

Traditional German ale, crystal clear beer showcasing german malt & hops. Packs a warming orange aroma.

Contains Barley, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Hopman versus…. – Hazy Pale – 4.8%

Our vehicle for hop forward beers. We combine ranges of hops to push the envelope on flavour. Some popular ones are:

Hopman vs the Cybernetic Space Apes (Simcoe & Strata)

Hopman vs The Malaise of Middle Age (Cashmere)

Hopman vs the Morrismen of the Apocalypse (Olicana & Jester)

The beers give a grassy hoppy aroma with some sweet malt. Rich, hazy yellow appearance. The haze comes from oats and hop biotransformation

Contains Barley, Oats, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Heads Will Roll – Golden – 5.0%

Biscuity, smooth, malty light brown pale ale with caramel and pears on the nose. The taste is of toffee, peach and a little lemon, which disappears in the sweet aftertaste, leaving a dry bitterness.

Contains Barley, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Suffragette – Saison – 5.2%

Noted by beer writer Des De Moor as an ‘Excellent Beer by London Standards’ in his book ‘ London’s Best Beer, Pubs & Bars’. This is an amber coloured smooth saison. Aromas of lemon, bubblegum and cloves. These notes are also in the flavour with some funky overtones and sweet biscuit. Finish is smooth, sweet, spicy and bitter.

Contains Barley, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Spring Bock – Maibock – 6.0%

Brewed using Belgian brewing processes and lager yeast, this Maibock pushes a malty profile, which is complimented by a light hopping with a floral aroma.

Contains Barley, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Redacted – Red – 3.8%

Amarillo hops give this red ale a fruity, rounded flavour which is perfect on an Autumn day.

Contains Barley, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Filibuster – Bitter – 4.0%

Milk chocolate aroma, building in the flavour but fading in the aftertaste, where caramel is noticeable over a dry bitter finish. There is a hint of orange and apricot in the sweet flavour with a little earthy hop.

Contains Barley. Vegan Friendly.

Fall Bock – Bock – 5.5%

The darker cousin to Spring Bock, this is also made using a Belgian brewing processes, showcasing a rich malty profile, which is complimented by a light hopping with a soft floral aroma. Brewed using a bottom fermenting yeast.

Contains Barley, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Mild Thing – Mild – 3.5%

Dark brown beer with chocolate and dark roasted coffee throughout. This is balanced by a malty sweetness on the palate that lingers in the dry finish. Black cherry and berry fruits are noticeable.

Contains Barley. Vegan Friendly.

Umbra – Table Porter – 3.6%

Perfectly balanced light porter. Roasted flavours complimented by undertones of raisins and chocolate in a dark brown body.

Contains Barley, Wheat. Vegan Friendly.

Clove Actually – Xmas Stout – 4.1%

Black beer with cloves and dark roast on the nose. The spices are more complex on the palate with additional notes of cinnamon alongside orange peel, sultanas and dark chocolate. These fade in the spicy finish which is roasty and dry. Ideal to go with mince pies.

Contains Barley, Oats, Milk.

Black Flag – Milk Stout – 4.5%

Black Flag is a stout that lends itself to adjuncts. We run different versions of this throughout the year, and to order. Variations include Vanilla, Tonka, Pecan or Cardamon, however we are happy to try it with any flavour! It is a full flavoured milk stout with sweet malty, roasty nose overlaying some caramelised fruit and hints of liquorice, Black cherries, molasses and vanilla in the mouth continuing into the aftertaste where there is a roasty dry bitterness.

Contains Barley, Oats, Milk.


Adopt a Beer

The perfect gift for beer lovers from local businesses. We have teamed up with the fine people at The Cockpit Micropub in Chislehurst, and Ticketlab, to bring you our Adopt a Beer scheme.  As a gift idea for the beer lover in your life (or even for yourself!) you can be part of the Adopt …

Second Lockdown

Here we are again, back at home for lockdown 2.0. The first lockdown meant getting back to basics; brewing lots of experiments in the kitchen on the the old home brew kit, testing out some new ideas I have wanted to try for ages, but didn’t want to risk on the bigger setup. Some of …




noun; a person, who rebels or refuses to obey the orders of a person in authority. “those who resisted were denounced as mutineers and treated accordingly”

Ever wondered “what if?”
Ever asked “why?”
Even been told “no”?

We have.

We asked why not. We asked why can’t we? What if we started something new. What if this works and we don’t have to sit in front of a desk all day?
What if we brought beers brewed in Bromley to the Nation?

So that is what we did.

The Mutineer brewery was born.

What started as a home brew hobby grew into a brewing business. Weekends were spent perfecting the recipes, scaling up to higher production volumes, whilst losing non of the taste.


We don’t like rules, so we don’t think you should do any of these common social rules:

  • Check work emails outside of work hours
  • Feel you have to call your boss back
  • Iron your shirt
  • Wear matching socks
  • Do the work of others
  • Make excuses for others
  • Blindly say yes to authority
  • Conform due to pressure

What we do do is this:

  • Do whatever you want!
  • Do things you love
  • Spend time with friends and family
  • Step away from your phone
  • Do something you have never done before
  • Have hobbies
  • Go for long walks
  • Read books
  • Play games
  • Take long lunches
  • Exercise
  • Eat healthier
  • Drink responsiblyish