Eurostar has added an exclusive pale ale brewed just up the road from St Pancras station to the drinks trolly on its services to/from London.

The beer, called NOMAD, has been brewed by London brewing provocateurs Two Tribes at their King’s Cross-based brewery, found just minutes from Eurostar’s London home, St Pancras International.

The new beer has been brewed especially for Eurostar.

Nomad pale ale (c) Eurostar

The brand new 4.5% ABV pale ale has been made using UK, Belgian and German malts, which provide a smooth caramel and toffee backbone to the beer complimented with hoppy hints of citrus fruit such as grapefruit and orange peel.

The can, designed by Two Tribes, celebrates famous landmarks across all of Eurostar’s destinations. These include London St Pancras’ famous clock tower, the Atomium in Brussels, tulips and bicycles in Amsterdam, Rodin’s Thinker statue in Paris and, of course, Eurostar’s train.

Andrew Robinson, Head of On-board Services says: ‘It was very exciting to collaborate with Two Tribes to develop and design the most sustainable and locally sourced pale ale exclusively for our customers. We are very proud of Nomad by Eurostar with its amazing European flavours that can be slowly enjoyed onboard alongside the array of other sustainable foods, drinks and snacks we offer on all our classes of service.’

Justin Deighton, Founder of Two Tribes says: ‘We’ve embarked on an incredible journey with Eurostar over the past half-year, and we are thrilled to further strengthen our partnership by brewing an exclusive pale ale using the finest British and European ingredients. Two Tribes and Eurostar share the belief that travel holds the key to creative discovery and good times. It is this shared ethos that has fuelled our collaboration, resulting in a truly exceptional beer crafted exclusively for Eurostar’s discerning on-board customers.’

NOMAD will be exclusively available for customers on all routes in Business Premier, Standard Premier, Café Metropole as well as London’s Business Lounge.


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One comment
  1. Stan Challis says:

    I enjoyed a couple of cans on Eurostar coming back from Paris last week and can recommend – where else can it be found?

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