The Horseshoe pub, Hampstead
- Original hand pulled screen print
- 6 colours
- 30 x 40 cm
- Heritage White 315 gsm paper
- Edition of 50
The Horseshoe pub in Hampstead was originally The Three Horseshoes built in 1890 at 28 Heath Street. It is the birthplace of Camden Town Brewery, founder Jasper Cuppaidge started making beer in the pub basement in 2006. By 2010 he moved the brewing to underneath the railway arches of Kentish Town West. The Horseshoe is the first of Camden Town Brewery's three pubs, and serves simple, great food
The interior was designed by Simone McEwan and plenty of the Horseshoe’s old charm remains. Jasper wanted to keep the memories of the previous Horseshoe, so they kept the old chairs. Every time one of Jasper’s friends had a baby, their name was painted on the back of the original chairs. The concept was simply ‘beer, maintenance and durability’. The pub used to get trashed at weekends; it was one of the only drinking dens in Hampstead so Jasper wanted it weekend-proof. He wanted real materials too, with surfaces that could be washed down.
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