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Hammerton Brewery
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Hammerton Brewery
England

Hammerton was one of the many British breweries that bit the dust during the 1950s and '60s as the industry indulged in a disastrous bout of consolidation; it came back in 2014, albeit on the wrong side of the river. The new brewery even brews an oyster stout, as the original Hammerton did. Look out for N7, the beer developed in partnership with James Kemp, formerly head brewer at Marble and Buxton and now weaving his heavy metal magic for Yeastie Boys.

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Post author: Tully
Tully
@ 7 Seasons Beer Shop
9 days ago
3.5
Decent fruity IPA

Post author: Tully
Tully
@ 7 Seasons Beer Shop
9 days ago
3.8
Really refreshing and crisp. Slightly fruity but just feels a little weak

Post author: Dartford Dave
Dartford Dave
@ The Furze Wren
20 days ago
4.0
Hoppy, fruity, easy drinking IPA. Nice, enjoyable beer.

Post author: Nathan A
Nathan A
@ The Griffin Inn
22 days ago
4.0
Light and fresh pale. Light citrus and hoppy notes makes a pleasant pint...

Post author: Schoneveld R
Schoneveld R
@ Honest Burger
3 months ago
3.0
Lekker fruitig biertje, helaas was mijn hier lauw vandaar een 3 maar het heeft potentie voor een 3,5

Post author: Ting Tong
Ting Tong
@ HAMMERTON BREWERY
3 months ago
4.5

Post author: Linners
Linners
@ The Cornubia
3 months ago
3.6
Peanut notes but not too sweet. Still but pleasant. Judge’s label: That’s a good beer