If you don’t like a lot of hops – and we mean oodles of it – in your beer, look away now. This brewery was born out of a love of hoppy beer, which saw it make the gigantic leap from its hometown in Fremantle, Western Australia, all the way to our very own King’s Cross. Good thing for thirsty Londoners, because the beer is pretty darn tasty. There’s a Pale Ale, a Bright Ale (subtle malt flavours with a fruity hop aroma), Pilsner, IPA, Rogers’ Beer (hop flowers and toasted malts) and Dog Days (a Session Ale that’ll see you through the hottest, muggiest of days). Speaking of the hottest, muggiest days, there’s no better place to see them out than at Little Creatures’ brewpub on the Regent’s Canal: a light, industrial space right by the water.