A booming microbrewery space encased in brick, the Brew Wharf is the burliest arm of the Vinopolis complex. You can expect the same dedication to the pint as to the Pinot Noir here, with house brews aimed at your average drinker as well as the seasoned quaffer; draughts of the home-brewed stuff are supplemented by Meantime ales and a host of bottles from near and far (Staffordshire’s Titanic Iceberg, Belgian Orval, Little Creatures from Australia, and so on). Meanwhile, it’s worth asking for beer-matching suggestions if you’re dipping into the eclectic menu: starters of potted Devon crab or shredded crispy pork with rice-noodle salad might precede grilled salmon fillet with steamed Asian greens, a Brew Wharf pie or cod fillet with chorizo, boulangère potatoes and crayfish oil. The outdoor courtyard is a brilliant suntrap.
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