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Hand Brew Co
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Hand Brew Co
Brighton, England

An independent brewing company with a brewpub in Brighton and brewery and taproom in Worthing, UK, creating high quality, accessible beers for every palate. In late 2020 we commissioned our brand new, high quality, steam heated brewery in Worthing. It features a 2000 litre brew kit, four 4000 litre fermenters, an automated canning line and large 5oC cold store. We are also joined by Cloak and Dagger Brewing, renting space on the site, whose beers are also featured in our taproom. Our taproom is where you can find the freshest Hand Brew Co and Cloak and Dagger beers to drink in or takeaway with 12 draft lines, toad table and a welcoming atmosphere. We’re currently building the bar and operating a pop up taproom and shop for the time being.

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Post author: Jamie K
Jamie K
@ Toad in the Hole
3 days ago
3.7
This is worth it just for the can graphics; David Shrigley probably one of my favouritest modern artists, v fun The beer is ok, hies of stone fruits-peach, apricot, has a grapefruit bitterness Is fruity yet tart, s’nice but not amazing

Post author: Bearded C
Bearded C
@ Toad in the Hole
19 days ago
3.6
Toad licker. Cheers!

Post author: Paul G
Paul G
@ Brewhouse Project
4 months ago
2.5
Hand Brew Co are very local to me indeed and they share a unit with Cloak and Dagger. I have had several of their brews and haven't been impressed to be honest. Nevertheless I have picked up this pale to try. It's is very pale and lemon juice colours with some head retention. It is light and bright on the nose with citrus zest and subtle juice notes of satsuma, peach and grapefruit. It's it's light in the mouth but not entirely thin, it has a medium body to it thanks to the oats and even a tinge of maltiness. The carbonation is vigorous but in a light spritz manner. The flavour is very gentle frankly, but it is refreshing as the can suggests it would be. Citrus zest is what your getting which is nice but it's not alot to go on and there is no depth to this profile as the juices are far too subtle and subdued. Saying that though you can pick up on peach and orange as promised. Pale is a pale I guess...and this isn't an outstanding one like Deya would make. Nevermind. It's still nice and enjoyable, particularly the malty differentiator.

Post author: Simon P
Simon P
@ Hand in Hand - Brighton
4 months ago
4.1

Post author: Simon P
Simon P
@ Hand in Hand - Brighton
4 months ago
4.1

Post author: Simon P
Simon P
@ Hand in Hand - Brighton
4 months ago
3.9

Post author: Simon P
Simon P
@ Hand in Hand - Brighton
4 months ago
3.9

Post author: Simon P
Simon P
@ Hand in Hand - Brighton
4 months ago
4.0

Post author: Simon P
Simon P
@ Hand in Hand - Brighton
4 months ago
4.1

Post author: Simon P
Simon P
@ Hand in Hand - Brighton
4 months ago
4.0