Plans for a new bar in Tollesbury submitted to Maldon District Council

By Ben Shahrabi

7th Feb 2023 | Local News

Datum Attitude Brewing Co. hopes work with other businesses in the Maldon District, to hold pizza evenings, Asian food evenings, seafood, and craft beer nights. (Photos: Datum Attitude and Ben Shahrabi)
Datum Attitude Brewing Co. hopes work with other businesses in the Maldon District, to hold pizza evenings, Asian food evenings, seafood, and craft beer nights. (Photos: Datum Attitude and Ben Shahrabi)

The Datum Attitude Brewing Co., a Tollesbury-based nano brewery, has applied to convert an office building into a 'tap room' for customers to enjoy freshly brewed beers and snacks.

'The Blackwater Tap', as it is set to be known, will have a large selection of craft beers and fine wines. Datum Attitude intends to brew taproom-exclusive beers, "with an ever-changing beer and wine list to create a truly unique space in Tollesbury".

The property in West Street, Tollesbury, will feature indoor and outdoor seating areas, along with an electric bike charging point.

Founded by husband-and-wife Samuel Morris, a former RAF serviceman, and Amy, a solicitor, Datum Attitude started out as a hobby before opening as a business in 2021. It currently produces small batches of beer which are predominantly sold online and at local events.

In their Design & Access Statement, the applicants said: "There is a number of existing consumers locally who have shown interest in attending a tap room to try the variety of products."

The proposed layout aims to accommodate between 10 and 14 people all-year-round, with additional external seating available in the summer months.

The application can be viewed here, and is currently pending consideration by Maldon District Council.

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