A short walk from Hornbeam Park train station, our onsite brewery Taproom offers a wide selection of Rooster’s beers for you to enjoy a stone’s throw from where it’s brewed.
Sixteen different beers are available to enjoy across cask and keg, as well as a selection of beers in can and bottle, whilst we also offer a selection of wine, cider, spirits and soft drinks.
The Taproom offers full wheelchair access and facilities. Well behaved under 14’s are welcome until 7pm. We are dog friendly, with well-behaved dogs (kept on a lead) welcome at all times.
We love the vibe our Taproom team have established and want every customer to enjoy their visit with us. We're also grateful to the overwhelming majority of customers who help to create a positive and respectful atmosphere, but, from to time, we do unfortunately have to remind some people of what's acceptable behaviour and what's not. So, with this in mind, here are three simple rules we expect everyone to get on board with when visiting the Taproom:
- Treat the people around you with respect and decency - this applies to staff and other customers alike.
- Discriminatory, racist, sexist, misogynistic, homophobic, transphobic, ageist or otherwise hateful speech or actions will not be tolerated.
- Don't be a dick!
Open-Alias Art Exhibition at Rooster's Taproom
Open-Alias is a selection of new works completed over a 10 year period by Bruce Paget.
The individual works use pareidolia to build a set of abstracted portraits. Pareidolia is the tendency to perceive seemingly recognisable images within random visual patterns.
The paintings are developed from digital collages comprised of patterns from the artist’s travels, for example - road layouts from Dubai - tile patterns from Granada - circular irrigation fields from the deserts of the Middle East.
The drawings are unplanned and spontaneous.
The common theme is that the abstract lines, patterns and forms within each work might combine just long enough for the viewer see a portrait of sorts emerge.
Open-Alias artworks are available as prints or originals. Buyers of original work also get to name the piece which will become the title in perpetuity.
The exhibition runs until the start of September.