Jeremiah’s Taps Open

The craft beer revolution continues with the opening of Jeremiah’s Taproom in Edinburgh’s Elm Row at the beginning of August. The former Elm Bar, has been totally revamped and original features re-instated as well as a new kitchen installed. The beer menu is, as you would imagine, reasonably extensive, although it has not gone down the route of only craft, offering a range of mainstream brands including Tennent’s, as well as four cask and six ‘craft keg’. The menu consists of food including 15 gourmet burgers and hotdogs too, pulled pork sandwiches, and Sunday Roasts. One of the quirky features about this bar is that they are using bespoke mini fruit crates as burger boards. It has a quirky traditional, look featuring tweed soft furnishings and, really funky lights, as well as a horse shoe-bar and raised gantry with wood, brick and old tiles completing the look. It’s a bar for everyone, with reasonable prices and a large pavement area and this neighbourhood bar is going down well with the locals. It is managed by Jane Corrigan, formerly of Red Squirrel, and leased by the Landmark Pub Co from Spirit who also have Mathers and No 1.

Category: Bar & Pub, News
Tags: Beer, burgers, craft beer, Edinburgh, hotdogs, Jane Corrigan, Jeremiah's Taproom, Landmark Pub Co, quirky, Tennents