REVIEW: Partizan Brewing Pretty Pale Ale

Partizan Brewing
Pretty Pale Ale
4.5%
Bermondsey, London, UK

Partizan
I’ve been down to the Partizan Brewery three times now and every time I’m in awe of the quality of production by the Bermondsey brewery. Everything they do is great. I particularly love their use of American hops and I think their pale ales are some of the best in the UK (possibly the world).
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REVIEW: The Kernel Imperial Brown Stout

The Kernel Brewery
Imperial Brown Stout London 1856
9.8%
Bermondsey, London, UK

Kernel Brewery
The Kernel Brewery is one of the reasons I’m now obsessed by craft beer. They put me on to a variety of beers and one of the first reviews I did on this blog was of their Amarillo IPA here. They make a huge, huge range of different beers and I’d fully recommend you go along to the beer mile and pop in the brewery to check out what they’re up to.
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REVIEW: Brew By Numbers 15/01 Black IPA

Brew By Numbers
15/01 Black IPA Yakima Valley
6.1%
Bermondsey, London, UK


Brew By Numbers are based in Bermondsey on the infamous beer mile of craft breweries around south east London. They produce a range of amazing different beers from specialist pale ales to Witbier, Coffee Porter, Berliner Weisse and so many more. I visited the brewer last spring and was in awe of all the beers they had on offer.
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REVIEW: Anspach & Hobday The Porter

Anspach & Hobday
The Porter
6.7%
Bermondsey, London, UK
Anspach & Hobday
If you happen to down on Druid Street you must pop in to Anspach & Hobday who also share a brewery space with Bullfinch (who are amazing). They were stop number one when I did the Bermondsey Beer Mile in summer and I sampled their fantastic IPA. Paul (Anspach) & Jack (Hobday) founded the brewery and The Porter was the very first brew in 2011.
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REVIEW: Partizan Brewing X-Ale

Partizan Brewing
X-Ale
5.4%
Bermondsey, London, UK

Partizan
I can’t believe this is my first ever Partizan Brewing review on my blog. I’ve enjoyed so many beers by them, from their various ridiculously tasty Pale Ales, moreish IPA, refreshing Saison and now the X-Ale. In terms of breweries, they rank as one of the best in London. Not only do they produce incredible beers but they have the best beer artwork for any brewery around.

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REVIEW: Brew By Numbers 05/05 India Pale Ale Simcoe & Chinook

Brew By Numbers
05/05 India Pale Ale Simcoe & Chinook
7.3%
Bermondsey, London, UK

On a recent what I would call pilgrimage to the Bermondsey beer mile I stopped off at the rather impressive albeit underrated Brew By Numbers brewery and was seriously impressed. The variety of beers Brew By Numbers, often referred to as BBNo offered was incredible and for someone who loves an IPA I went straight for the 05/05 India Pale Ale, Simcoe & Chinook.

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REVIEW: Fourpure Brewing Co. IPA

Fourpure Brewing Co.
IPA

6.5%
Bermondsey, London, UK

Fourpure Brewing Co
Fourpure Brewing Co. are a fairly new craft beer brewing company in the UK. They are based in Bermondsey alongside Partizan, Kernel and Brew By Numbers. The brewery was founded in 2013 by brothers Daniel and Thomas Lowe. The name is inherited from the four main ingredients that are used to produce beer – grain, malt, hops and water.
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REVIEW: The Kernel India Pale Ale Amarillo


India Pale Ale Amarillo

The Kernel Brewery
6.3%
Bermondsey, London, UK

The Kernel Brewery has been one I’ve admired from afar for a long time. It was one of the first UK breweries alongside Meantime and Camden Town that grabbed my attention. It is not just me who holds the brewery in such high esteem as Owner and Brewer, Evin O’Riordain, was awarded British Guild of Beer Writers Brewer of the Year 2011.
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