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  1. The Kernel & Partizan @ Brew By Numbers

    August 10, 2015 by Dave Seymour



    BBNo Kernel Partizan


    FREE ADMISSION: 6.30pm-11pm Wednesday 12th August, 79 Enid Street, London SE16 3RA

    Our friends at The Kernel and Partizan have been a source of constant support and inspiration to us here in Bermondsey. During last year’s London Beer City, The Kernel hosted us and Partizan at their brewery taproom for a celebration of the best beers we each could offer. It was a great event and one we were all keen to do again. This year, it’s our turn to host, and our new-look taproom is going to have the best beers in Bermondsey on tap, all in one place.

    There’s no tickets – just an open door, a bar and a lot of great beer. We’ll have two taps each, and every time a keg kicks we’ll put on a brand new beer in its place.

    There will also be new beers available to buy to take away in 330ml and 750ml. One way or another, it promises to be the widest range of beer on six taps in all of London. We hope you join us to taste it.


  2. The Cheese Sessions @ Brew By Numbers

    August 6, 2015 by Dave Seymour


    TICKETS: Saturday 8th August 6.30pm – 8.30pm, 79 Enid Street, London SE16 3RA – £25

    We absolutely love cheese. We talk about it almost as excitedly as we talk about beer. It’s hardly any wonder, though. Turn left out of the brewhouse door and it’s a short walk to Neal’s Yard Dairy. Turn right and you’ll end up at Maltby Street market. We can only hope the cheesemongers feel the same about working so close to breweries. Wonderful on its own, cheese is even better enjoyed with vibrant, crisp and sparkling beer. The huge spectrum of flavour and mouthfeel in beer make it the ultimate companion to cheese.

    Ned Palmer is one of the country’s leading cheese experts, and his events are some of most highly-regarded in the land. For London Beer City he wants to help showcase the brilliance and diversity of British cheeses, in much the same way that brewers and pubs will be showcasing the brilliance and diversity of British beer.

    We’re delighted to be welcoming Ned to host his first Cheese Session at the brewery taproom this Saturday 8th August, just after we close our Open Day taproom. There will be some absolutely gorgeous cheeses, including Lincolnshire Poacher and a mighty Stichelton, along with some rare goat’s milk and washed rind varieties. We’ll be providing beers as light as Witbier and as dark as Porter, sharp and juicy IPA as well as silky and decadent Tripel. Your ticket price is inclusive of all cheese and beer pairings, and gets you the expert knowledge of an experienced cheesemonger and one of our founders.

    There are some truly eye-popping combinations, and the chance to enjoy brewery-fresh beer just a few feet from the brewhouse itself. Our new-look taproom is the ideal setting in which to enjoy an evening of gastronomic balance, bombast and brilliance. Cheese and beer. It’s as simple, and as wonderfully complex, as that.

    Tickets are available here.

  3. Dine Street – Tim Anderson’s Nanban

    August 5, 2015 by Dave Seymour


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    Photo: Mackerel Kake-ae, coming to the taproom on Tuesday. (Photo: Paul Winch-Furness)

    TICKETS: Tuesday 11 August – 6.30pm @ 79 Enid Street, London SE16 3RA – £15 per person

    When Tim Anderson won Masterchef with an innovative burger recipe, he proved that beautiful food can have its roots in comforting classics. His relentless ambition to educate the eating public about the spectrum and quality of real Japanese food has marked him out as one the capital’s, and the country’s, most skillful and passionate chefs. Also a former manager at the lauded craft beer destination the Euston Tap, his love of great beer rivals his love of food. His forthcoming restaurant Nanban, also the title of his recent Japanese cookbook, is one of London’s most anticipated restaurant openings.

    On Tuesday 11 August, as part of London Beer City, Tim’s mission to bring Japanese soul food to the UK will bring him to our taproom on 79 Enid Street, or for that night, Dine Street. After a sell-out event with Howard’s Meat Co pairing our beers to authentic Texan BBQ, we’re delighted to welcome Tim and his team from Nanban for our second Dine Street event. Tim’s menu of three Japanese dishes is certain to dazzle, and we’ll be pairing three of our newest and freshest beers to Tim’s food, drawing on the balance of hops, fruits and spices in our recipes to complement the complex and vibrant flavours of London’s finest Japanese cooking.

    Your £15 ticket gets you all three dishes from Nanban.

    Beers will priced separately in different quantities to suit your thirst.

    We’ll also have other beers on tap and will encourage everyone to find pairings of their own, and have a good time! We don’t want this to be a formal, sit-down dinner. This is about authentic and beautiful food meant to be enjoyed with friends, having fun, exploring flavours and trying new beers.

    It’s going to be a great night and we recommend booking early to avoid disappointment. Tickets are available here.

  4. BBNo Events During London Beer City

    August 3, 2015 by Dave Seymour
    Photo: Martina Govindraj (Twitter/Instagram: @YesZebra)

    Photo: Martina Govindraj (Twitter/Instagram: @YesZebra)

    Beer events should about bringing people together and discovering new things. As a brewery, we’re fascinated by and obsessed with flavours, with what beer can do and what it can be.

    During London Beer City, the second annual celebration of beer in the capital taking place from the 7th to 16th August, we’ll be putting as many glasses of our beer into people’s hands at as many different events as we can.

    On Saturday 8th, after our Open Day taproom closes, we’ll be opening again that night for a ticketed exploration of beer and cheese matching with highly-regarded expert and connoisseur Ned Palmer, who will pair the best British cheeses with some of our freshest and some of our most well-aged beers. Great beer and cheese is one of the most simple, satisfying and exquisite gastronomic pairings. We can’t wait to see people’s faces after a taste of a certain blue cheese and some 12|05. Tickets available here.

    Tuesday 11th will see us open the taproom again in the evening for more beer and food excellence, this time showcasing the food of one of London’s most anticipated restaurant openings: “Japanese Soul Food” concept Nanban. Masterchef winner and beer expert Tim Anderson and his team will be serving a decadent and vibrant tasting menu paired with some very special BBNo beers. Forget silver service and white table cloths: it’s going to be an informal celebration of beautiful food and beer with a real party atmosphere. Tickets will go on sale this week – watch this space!

    The very next night on Wednesday the 12th, we’ll be throwing open the doors of the brewery once again to welcome our friends at The Kernel Brewery and Partizan to serve some of their exclusive new beers alongside some of our own special, limited edition brews we’ve been reserving for London Beer City. No tickets, no need to register, just a range of the very best beer we can offer. Last year’s event held at The Kernel was a blast, so we’re delighted to be taking our turn to host it this year at our new-look taproom. Stay tuned for more information about this event.

    On the other side of London, at the award-winning Duke’s Head pub in Highgate, beer writer Matthew Curtis is co-curating a selection of cask beer for a week-long event ‘Cask Is Important’, with breweries across London providing exclusive cask editions of beers and one-off brews. We’re delighted to be providing a cask of our best-selling 11|11 Session IPA – Amarillo & Simcoe, featuring a newly-improved recipe delivering even more juicy refreshment than ever. The cask will be tapped on Friday 14th at the Friday night Cask Party and some of the BBNo team will be there to talk about it – tickets available here.

    Finally, you’ll be able to find us at every session of the London Craft Beer Festival, returning to Oval Space in Bethnal Green, where we’ll be bringing along brand new versions of Berliner Weisse, a White Wine Barrel-Aged Bretted Witbier and more besides. Maybe some of our new Baltic Porter which is coming along quite nicely. LCBF has proven to be the festival that the London beer scene deserves, and we’re honoured to be serving some of the finest beers we’ve made at this fantastic event again. Tickets available here.

    We’ll be blogging more about each of these events soon. Naturally, you’ll also be able to taste our beer fresh from the brewery on Saturdays as normal, and we’re now also open on Sundays too. We can’t wait to help you discover something new and exciting during this year’s London Beer City. Join us!


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