dinsdale wrote: happyhooker wrote: dinsdale wrote:
mikerob wrote:That’s interesting about profit margins - I didn’t know the numbers.
Brew by Numbers have done a nice job with their taproom and host events during the week as well - I’ve been to a couple of cheese and beer tastings there.
Sundays in Bermondsey are more chilled than Saturdays. I haven’t actually seen any trouble from the stags but there can be a fine line going from boisterous to annoying to unpleasant.
A friend has a small brewery and a very small pub. He sells a barrel for about £100 wholesale, or £4.50 a pint at his pub (£320 ish) Obviously there are extra overheads of a property but you are cutting out a lot of middlemen.
I enjoyed the Moor taproom last time I was in Bermondsey
if you don't mind saying?
Brightwater. More trad than the ones you usually deal with but local to me.
I've had a couple of their beers. Good, solid brews, nothing fancy about them but very drinkable. Remind me a bit of redemption up my way, but you're right, I live in a ridiculous area for beer and you can lose track sometimes.
Because of dad's health I've been spending a decent amount of time in ealing recently and the only pub I'll pop to is just round the corner, but have become reaquainted with the joy of a few pints of very well kept pride. Comfortably reassuring, as it often can be difficult to find decent cask round my way.