Bring Balance Back to the Forest in Brew!


Bring balance back to the forest in Brew - our June release!

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Brew is a light-to-midweight game that utilizes a combination of  dice rolling, worker placement, and area control mechanisms into a clever design by our very own Stevo Torres (Head of Graphic Design at Pandasaurus). 

Fans will instantly be able to recognize the artistic style of Jake Morrison's illustrations, which bring the gameplay to life. In fact, some have already identified Jake's work in the various teasers we've posted on Twitter!

The talented Andrew Thompson also assisted with the illustrations, including some of the whimsical forest creatures, which all turned out phenomenal!

Thematically, you're trying to restore balance to the forest where all the seasons and times of day are happening concurrently. Players will utilize their dice to gather ingredients for powerful potions or assign them to matching forest spaces to encourage equilibrium.

Each round, all players roll the 6 dice in their dice pools. Then players take turns in clockwise order and continue taking turns until everyone has run out of dice. 

At the end of the round, players claim the forests that they control, and then perform cleanup steps to start the next round. Part of this cleanup phase includes flipping over the game board - changing the setting from day to night, or vice versa - which alters gameplay by offering new actions to take in the next round!

Play the game online next week!

We'll be running Learn & Play events next week during the Gen Con Spring Showcase (March 1-7).

Join our Discord server and leave a message in the #brew channel to save your seat in the game you want to play! All games will be held in Tabletopia.

Schedule of events - Brew every two hours:
Mon-Fri, 5-9pm ET
Sat-Sun, 1-9pm ET

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  • The art is amazing! I can’t wait to see a review of this game.

    Julia Trezise on
  • OMG it’s soooooo beautiful. I hope it plays as smooth as it looks.

    Casey on

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