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Oakham Brewery is a multi award winning real ale brewery based in Peterborough, UK. Their award winning beers include J.H.B, White Dwarf and Bishops Farewell.


Castle Rock have crafted ales of the highest quality in Nottingham since 1998. Our malt is sourced from two specialist maltsters to ensure consistency, and we use hops from both Britain and overseas resulting in a dynamic range of flavours and aromas. The exceptional standard of our beers is reflected in the many local and national awards they have won, including Supreme Champion Beer of Britain 2010 for Harvest Pale.


The Abbeydale brewery has steadily grown since 1996 and now brew around 130 barrels a week of up to nine different beers.Our range of cask beers includes Redemption, West Coast Pale, Belgian
Saison, Dr Morton’s the Wrong Stuff, 3712, and Surreal Ale.


The story of the Ossett Brewery starts with our Chairman and founder Bob Lawson a brewer for almost 50 years. After all this time spent brewing beer for other people, Bob and a partner decided to start their own real ale revolution and in 1997 built a small micro brewery at the back of the Brewers Pride public house in Ossett. The first beer aptly named ‘Bobby Dazzler’ was brewed in August 1998 and was an instant success. Brewing was carried out on a 5-barrel brew length plant (about 1,440 pints per brew) and for several months all of the beer produced was sold through the Brewers Pride pub.


Sharps Brewery is a regional brewery company founded in 1994 in St Minver Lowlands, Rock,
Cornwall, by Bill Sharp. The brewery is known for its flagship ale, Doom Bar.


St Austell Brewery is a brewery founded in 1851 by Walter Hicks in St Austell, Cornwall.
The brewery’s brews include Tribute Ale, Dartmoor Best and Ruck & Roll.


Adnams Brewery is a British regional brewery company founded in 1872 in Southwold, Suffolk by
George and Ernest Adnams. The company produces cask ale and pasteurised bottled beers including Lighthouse, Broadside, Adnams Bitter, Explorer and American Pale Ale.


Holden’s Brewery (West Midlands) –Black country brewers and 2014 marks the 99th year of brewing cask ales including Golden Glow, Holden’s Mild, Holden’s Bitter and Holden’s Special.


Fullers Brewery with a range of award winning beers recognised as among the best in the world such as London Pride, Discovery, HSB and ESB.


Wadworth Brewery (Wiltshire) Wadworth have been brewing beer in Devizes since 1875
including Wadworth 6X, Swordfish, Henry’s IPA, Horizon, Bishop’s Tipple and Corvus Stout.


Greene King is a British brewery established in 1799 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. It has grown to
become one of the largest British owned breweries in the UK with beers including Greene King IPA, Ruddles County, Old Speckled Hen, Abbot Ale and Belhaven Beers.


Timothy Taylor & Co Ltd – Timothy Taylor established the Brewery in the centre of Keighley in 1858, moving to The Knowle Spring, our present site, in 1863and includes Timothy Taylor Landlord,
Boltmaker, Golden Best, Dark Mild and Ram Tam.


Blacksheep Brewery It is almost impossible to believe that The Black Sheep Brewery is only 21 years old. In fact it was in October 1992 when our beers first made an appearance in pubs in and around the Yorkshire Dales including Black Sheep Ale, Golden Sheep, Riggwelter and Black Sheep Best Bitter.


Wells & Young Brewery was formed in October 2006 from the merger of the brewing operations of Charles Wells Ltd and Young’s Brewery and brews beers including Courage Best Bitter, Courage
Directors, McEwan’s, Wells Bombardier, Young’s Bitter, Younger’s Tartan Special and Young’s London Gold.


Bass Brewery was founded in 1777 by William Bass in Burton upon Trent, England. The main brand was Bass Pale Ale. Draught Bass (4.4% ABV) has been brewed under contract in Burton by Marston’s for AB-InBev since 2005.


Everards Brewery Established in 1849 and brew a number of award winning ales including Tiger, Original, Beacon and Sunchaser.


Marston’s Brewery is the world’s largest brewer of cask ale. It was known as Wolverhampton and Dudley Breweries plc until 2007 when it rebranded as Marston’s. It owns five breweries and brands including Marston’s, Banks’s, Jennings, Ringwood and Wychwood with ales such as Marston’s
Pedigree and Wychwood Hobgoblin.

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The Penpont Brewery in Launceston Cornwall was established in a converted milking parlour on the edge of Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. Using our own spring water and the finest natural ingredients we produce an award winning range of ales, including Creation, Cornish Avor, An Howl, Penpont Porter, Roghtor, Shipwreck Coast and the Beast of Bodmin.


The Malmesbury Brewery in Wiltshire brewers of Burnivale Hop, Athelstan, Day Star and King’s Wall. Day Star and Athelstan beers are winners of the Taste of the West awards in 2014, day Star receiving the Silver Award and Athelstan the Gold Award.

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