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Brew By Numbers
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Brew By Numbers

Whatever tricks a brewer might play, a beer has to be drinkable: 'Imperial' IPAs can be delicious at first but palate-numbing in the long term, points out Tom Hutchings, co-owner of Brew By Numbers (alongside Dave Seymour). Their brewery, which opened in the dog days of 2012, aims to produce beers that are both interesting and very drinkable. So far, so very good. If the beers share one quality, it's a moreish dryness that is hard to resist. Inspiration comes from Belgium, Berlin and across the Atlantic.

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Post author: David L
David L
@ The Butchers Dog
1 day ago
Certainly Blanc , its very lacking in flavour. Nothing on the nose , water perhaps. Very pale and chalky. I understand what a saison is and its initial purpose , however if i was one of those farm labourers in the 1800's i'd have probably just asked for a fucking glass of water.

Post author: Oliver S
Oliver S
2 days ago
Day 3 in bier company advent calendar, decent IPA

Post author: Chris C
Chris C
@ Sainsburys Burpham
6 days ago
Fresh creamy and juicy. Hops are not dominant but tie it all together well. Fresh mango, citrus and very moreish. Best I have had for a while.

Post author: GlouGlou24
8 days ago
Pas de mousse Au nez légère odeur de fruit En bouche c est fade on a le goût fruit mes vraiment très léger, légère acidité, carbonation moyenne.

Post author: Gybbis
@ Graali
9 days ago
Ompa hyvää ipaa. Sitrusta ns paljo