The bar is clean and efficient and the staff friendly, offering advice on the types of beers available. There are 12 keg taps on display, mainly serving fresh FLOC. beers – with a couple of taps reserved for guest beers and a cider. All the FLOC. beers were delicious and, surprisingly, the pick of the bunch for us was their 3.8% table beer called ‘Warm Shade’ which slipped down a treat in the sunshine – amazing depth of flavours for such a low ABV beer. Other brews included several pales, three IPAs, a lager and an 8% DIPA. The guest beers included a Kernel session stout and an Exale sour.
Food is available from an on-site food truck situated just outside the building, and during our visit they served delicious freshly made pizzas – the perfect accompaniment to craft beer – with vegan options.
The taproom is open Friday and Saturday from 1pm until 10pm and from noon until 6pm on Sunday. The FLOC taproom is a must visit for any craft beer lover visiting Canterbury.