Une brasserie qui vise plus haut, je l’espère, que d’encanner des bières corrects mais sans facteur de créativité. Le dernier maillon de la route des bières, à voir seulement si vous êtes tannés de l’attente à Brew By Numbers.
Just realised that I’ve never got round to entering (most of) my Bermondsey place reviews so here goes. Visited many times. The furthest outpost on the Bermondsey run. By far the best appointed and spacious brewery of the bunch and, clearly, there’s plenty of money been spent on the clean and gleaming set up. There beers are good - if a notch behind Kernel and Brew By Numbers in terms of quality - and there are plenty of them available. But they don’t do as many one-offs as some of the others in the area so it’s a less necessary stop for the completist. But it’s a very impressive and pleasant spot so I’d rarely exclude it from the run.
At the end of beer mile, but with the best sellection - 16 taps and some stuff in cans. Beer in good condition, but not so cosy space outside - lacs some benches and tables. Prices mostly 3 GBP for 2/3 pint. Worth a visit if in London at Fri and Sat.
Well, you gotta love these railway arches... Quite busy on an early Saturday afternoon early September, even though rainy, with a few stag parties and groups doing the Bermondsey Beer Mile. This still has a genuine feel to it, as far as possible from your mega-macro-lager as you can get.
(Just gave BBNo the same review, since these two places are fairly identical, but a bit less crowded at this place, same stag parties though, but better looking t-shirts...)
Final stop on the beer mile. Lots of beers to choose from and flights of 6 tasters available which are ideal for sharing, but perhaps not so good for consuming on your own at the end of a long pub crawl. More spacious than some of the other stops. The best one for me.
A nice and cousy start on The Mile. A big screen tells you what beer that is available. Good friendly service and knowledgeable staff. Toilets are ehhh not very inviting. They sell street food burgers etc also. 15 min walk from Bermondsey tube station. 10 min to next stop – Partizan.
By far the largest and most populated place on the Bermondsey Mile. I think there were more people here than at all other stops combined. They run a full-scale bar with TV-taplists and everything. Food carts outside. Great beers, good service, not so much personality.
Took us a bit to find this one. Pretty large place when you compare it to breweries under the railway. Busy, quite a few people there during our visit. They had 16 taps and a fridge with cans/bottles. Also some merch. Well worth visiting.
Visited here during the summer, nice big spacious area to sit and enjoy the beers available on tap. Quality is generally good and this place is well located to South Bermondsey Rail station. Will visit again.
Probably the largest, cleanest, most modern brewery in Bermondsey, with large shiny tanks, a table tennis table, a large fridge with regular in bottles and (mostly now) cans, around 10 keg lines pouring 4-5 regulars and 4-5 specials / "outpost" beers, some snacks on the go like sausage roll. Value is generally great, with beer which varies in the good to very good range most of times, and prices of around £2 per can. Even the large dry hop pils 50cl ones. Location is a the furthest away SE from the "core" Bermondsey brewing area, but turns out to be a 10mins stroll away from Partizan so I make this a regular stop for me.