The Breweries

  • The Wild Beer Co working with Cheers Bro

    The Wild Beer Co

    Evercreech, Somerset, UK

    The Wild Beer Co was born out of a love of fermentation, barrel-ageing and most importantly, flavour. Beers are brewed using modern creative techniques and ingredients while producing some of the world’s oldest beer styles guaranteed to give you a memorable drinking experience.

    The Wild nature of their beer is displayed in the alternative fermentations and unorthodox yeasts we use alongside our barrel-ageing and blending program. Set against the backdrop of the Somerset countryside Wild are a truly farmhouse brewery.

  • Bad Co Brewery & Distilling working with Cheers Bro

    BAD Co.

    Dishforth, North Yorkshire, UK

    BAD Co. beers are craft-brewed, with outstanding flavours and impact, inspired by American ale production and current British craft brewing renaissance.

    All beers are craft-brewed, with outstanding flavours and impact, inspired by the American approach to ale production and current British craft brewing renaissance.

  • Siren Craft Brew working with Cheers Bro

    Siren Craft Brew

    Finchampstead, Berkshire, UK

    Siren Craft Brew see great beer as many see fine wines. In a great beer there is Allure – something that draws you in, is it the aroma? the look? Or just the thought about what awaits in that sparkling glass in front of you. Siren Craft Brew want you to look at beer in the same way. Yes, it can be that perfect thirst quencher on a hot summers days, yes it can be the perfect drink to mark the end of a busy week. But look closer, smell closer, there is more. Much more.

  • Tap Social

    Oxford, Oxfordshire, England

    Founded in 2016, Tap Social Movement grew out of a passion for good beer and social justice. We are a craft brewery based in Oxford which provides training courses for people serving prison sentences.
    At Tap Social we brew delicious, exciting beer with a social conscience! By working in partnership with local prisons, we offer courses in brewing and business start-up to people in the criminal justice system, and provide one-on-one support in securing permanent employment to assist in effective rehabilitation.

  • Tiny Rebel Brewing

    Newport, Gwent, Wales

    Tiny Rebel, an award-winning brewery from Newport, South Wales.

    From two guys in a garage to a bespoke brewery with thousands of fans, they’ve grown a lot since 2012.

    The youngest and only Welsh brewery to win Champion beer of Britain. The only brewery to have won gold, silver and bronze in the Champion Beer of Wales competition (in their first year!) and the only brewery to defend a gold the following year.

    SIBA Brewery Business of the Year and International Beer Challenge UK Brewer of the Year 2016.

    But really, just fans of super tasty beer.

  • Stewart Brewing

    Loanhead, Midlothian, Scotland

    Stewart Brewing quickly established itself as one of Scotland’s most successful and reputable breweries. Over the years, they have continued to innovate and develop, whilst upholding the traditional ethos of Edinburgh’s rich brewing history. A payroll, which consisted of just Jo and Steve Stewart, now supports over 25 employees who work across a range of departments, from retail to production.

    They began with a line up of three cask ales. The next natural step was to produce a range of bottled beers and to extend our range of cask and keg brews to accommodate the more experimental drinker. That said, 2010 seemed to inundate us with restriction after restriction; our custom made 10-barrel brew house was, quite literally, full to the brim. We brewed around the clock at maximum capacity but couldn’t keep up with demand. This could only mean one thing; a brand new 50 hectolitre Bavarian brew kit being housed in a new custom-built brewery.

  • Red Cat Brewing

    Winchester, Hampshire, England

    In early 2014 Red Cat Brewing opened shop with the sole aim of creating imaginative, stunning craft beer. We also want to challenge ourselves with different beer styles + processes, learn as much as we can, and innovate. With numerous awards across the huge range, our beers are up there with the best. That’s the message. Plus the fact that we don’t do boring.

    When Iain left The Flowerpots Brewery in 2011 for a much needed physical rest, brewing was still unfinished business. Soon after this Andy was looking to expand his interests from running The Fulflood pub & pub brewing to larger scale brewing (he’d enjoyed the time when his father set up and ran Itchen Valley Brewery). After several meetings in the pub, as you do, the partnership was formed. 2013 saw the company set-up, planning and fund raising with brewery building access in Dec 2013. The first brews were March 2014.

  • Harbour Brewing Co

    Bodmin, Cornwall, England

    The Harbour Brewing Co was started in 2012 by Brewer Rhys Powell and Eddie Lofthouse who share a passion for beer and surfing, both with the dream of opening their own brewery.
    Rhys had taken steps to make his dream a reality studying Brewing and Distilling at Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh, and having taken a position as a brewer at Sharps Brewery in Rock, North Cornwall. Eddie had been running the family business, The Atlantic Hotel and Doom Bar in New Polzeath, Cornwall, for a number of years. The Hotel and bar closed in early 2011 and is due to be rebuilt as a new hotel, apartment, restaurant and bar complex. This provided a perfect time to make a career change.

    In late 2011, we decided to take the dream a little further. We met in a pub in Padstow and decided we would open a brewery. The first thing we did was celebrate by drinking a few beers and deciding a name. It seemed a good idea to name ourselves after the place the idea was conceived, and Harbour Brewing Company was born. Starting from scratch, the opportunity was there to install a brewery system with the versatility to allow the brewing to be as creative as possible. Eddie found a 10 British Brewers Barrel (bbl) system designed in California, and built in Hungary, by the American firm Bavarian Brewing Technologies.

  • Fyne Ales

    Cairndow, Argyll, Scotland

    At Fyne Ales we are all about producing an outstanding range of modern British beers, which we make in a spectacular location, and with integrity in everything we do.

    Fyne Ales began brewing on a small farm in Argyll in 2001. The brewery has since gone on to win many of the top awards in the industry, including Jarl being named as The champion Golden Ale of Britain in 2013.

    If it isn’t brewed by our team, using our water, the hops and malt we have selected, our yeast strain, on our brew kit – then it isn’t a Fyne Ale. It’s that simple. We will never compromise on quality, subcontract our brewing, and we don’t contract brew for others. Integrity matters.

  • Goose Island Beer Co.

    Great breweries start with a clear vision. Founder John Hall’s was to bring the best of European beer styles to Chicago. Since its modest beginnings in a brewpub in 1988, Goose Island went on to make some of America’s greatest beer, including Goose IPA that won medals not just once, but six times at the Great American Beer Festival.

  • BrewDog

    With a no-holds-barred approach to business and beer, BrewDog brews with no constraints and are constantly innovating to release amazing beer to the UK—and the world—from their brewery in Scotland. Despite their punk-like anti-establishment image, BrewDog is famed for supporting the craft beer industry by investing in great small breweries, featuring fine beers in their bars and providing training for every single one of their employees to a high-standard of beery knowledge. It’s not all philanthropy though (although there’s a good bit of that) it’s the best way they know how to take down “the man” of mass-produced beer, one bold move at a time.

  • Fourpure

    Fourpure is a London based brewery founded by brothers Dan and Tom Lowe in 2013. Beer is our passion and our travels are what inspire us to brew. Our approach to exceptional brewing is all about attention to detail and not cutting corners, in an age-old industry we aspire to constantly innovate, we are nimble and progressive yet strive to stay true to the principles of brewing – respecting the four core ingredients used to make beer: grain, yeast, hops and water. This was the inspiration for the name Fourpure.

  • Camden

    The brewery was founded by Jasper Cuppaidge (born 1975), the grandson of Laurie McLaughlin, who ran McLaughlin’s Brewery in Rockhampton, Australia from 1910-1960, along with an estate of 60 pubs.
    During the mid-1990s, Cuppaidge missed his flight back home to Australia and consequently remained in England, collecting glasses in a London pub. Ten years later, he purchased a dilapidated Hampstead pub and reopened it in 2006 as The Horseshoe, serving food, wine, and beer.

    Cuppaidge brewed his first batch of beer, named Mac’s Beer in honour of his grandfather, at The Horseshoe in 2007 as a birthday present for his mother, Patricia. Based on one of McLaughlin’s old recipes, the beer proved successful with the pub’s customers, and Cuppaidge began to sell it to his pub-owner friends.

    In 2009, he began to pursue a full-time business in brewing lager, but discovered that the name Mac’s was already in use by another brewing company. Inspired by the borough in which he lived, he typed into a search engine, noticed the domain name was available, and bought it on the spot.

    Shortly after, Cuppaidge rented five Victorian railway arches underneath Kentish Town West Station. By Spring 2010, Camden Town Brewery officially started brewing. Hells Lager, a cross between Helles and Pilsner brewed with malt and hops sourced from Germany, debuted in Autumn 2010, and is now brewed and sold alongside a collection of core beers and occasional releases.

  • Thornbridge

    The Thornbridge story began back in 2005 when the founders Jim Harrison and Simon Webster recruited two young brewers to brew on a second hand 10-barrel kit in the grounds of Thornbridge Hall.

    The Hall brewery is based in the outbuildings of Thornbridge Hall, surrounded by beautiful gardens within the 100-acre estate. The buildings were renovated in 2004 in preparation for the brewery installation. Jim Harrison and Simon Webster recruited two young brewers, keen to kick-start their brewing career. Their first brew was Lord Marples, a 4% classic bitter, which went on to become a core Thornbridge beer.

    Next, they were tasked with brewing something a little different, an IPA which packed a punch in terms of both flavour and ABV. In mid-2005 Jaipur was born. A 5.9% IPA packed with American hops and like nothing else in the beer industry at that time. Following an array of awards and national recognition Jaipur catapulted Thornbridge into the spotlight, demand outstripped supply and the need for investment in a new Brewery became clear.

    In 2009 a brand new state of the art brewery was built at Riverside, Bakewell to meet with demand and allow Thornbridge to develop their range of beers. Brewing still takes place today on the original kit at Thornbridge Hall, which allows us to experiment with new brews, create bespoke Hall brews, collaborations and assist the main brewery in Bakewell.

    Thornbridge beer begins to appear nationwide and export trade develops; initially to Italy but now over 35 countries worldwide including our recent addition of Brazil which opens up potential for trade in other South American countries. The increase in trade both at home and abroad has led to 3 expansions between 2009 and today.

    Thornbridge is once again looking at further expansion, moving the current Tap room and offices to new units to allow for a canning line in 2019. A brand new Visitor Centre is being developed for Summer 2020 which will include a retail area, extensive bar and food offering.

    Thornbridge have always brewed the finest quality beer with a passion. We recognise that not only quality but consistency and innovation are key to creating amazing and beautifully balanced beer. Consistently pushing boundaries whilst respecting the important traditions of ‘Crafting’ beer helps us to create an award winning range of beers loved by our customers all over the World. With over 350 Industry recognised awards we are proud to be part of such an exciting Craft Beer scene.

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