Brewery Bars have always been a feature of the Great British Beer Festival and are an effective way for breweries to create a high visual presence, trial a range of beer brands and talk directly to their customers.
GBBF 2014 will feature a total of 11 brewery bars, featuring well known brews from some of the UK's biggest real ale breweries, alongside some limited edition specials they make available just for us.
This section will be updated to show all the brewery bars in the coming months, but below are some which have already confirmed.
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Brains’ award-winning beers are brewed at The Cardiff Brewery and can be found in over 270 pubs, bars and hotels across Wales and the West of England. Their bottled beers are widely available and can also be found in various supermarkets. As well as producing traditional cask beers such as SA,Read More
Fuller, Smith and Turner P.L.C. is an independent traditional family brewer founded in 1845 and is based at the historic Griffin Brewery in Chiswick, London, where brewing has taken place continuously since 1654. The Company runs 176 managed pubs and hotels as well as 208 tenanted pubs. Fuller’s pub estate stretchesRead More
Based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, Greene King is one of the leading pub and brewing companies in the the UK, with 2,300 managed, tenanted, leased and franchised pubs and hotels. Their award winning ales includes some of the best-loved beers in Britain including Greene King IPA which is the officialRead More
Brewing at the Bridge Wharf Brewery in Lewes since 1790, their range of award winning cask ales can be found in many London pubs and bars as well as in the heartland of Sussex, Surrey and Kent. Their famous Best Bitter is complemented by a range of 17 other cask ales brewedRead More
Hogs Back is a small craft brewery based in Surrey and has been brewing since 1992. Today they brew over 200 brewers’ barrels (57,600 pints) per week which include their flagship beer Traditional English Ale (T.E.A) and Hogs Back Bitter (HBB).Read More
Shepherd Neame is Britain’s oldest brewer, based in Kent the Garden of England. Their brewing is both an ancient and a modern art; their beer’s main ingredient is still the same water that they used in 1698 however some of the systems they employ could only be products ofRead More
The Society of Independent Brewers was formed in 1980 as the Small Independent Brewers’ Association, to represent the interests of the emerging new wave of microbrewers. With growing credibility and campaigning success, SIBA has come to represent the broad spectrum of the independent brewing sector. Renamed in 1995, SIBA is now oneRead More
St Austell was founded almost 160 years ago where they have been brewing fine ale ever since. With an unfailing commitment to quality and innovation, they produce many of the South West’s most successful and popular beers including, Tribute Ale, Proper Job, HSD and Trelawny.Read More
Founded in 1875, the family run business of Wadworth & Co Ltd of Devizes, boasts an enviable tradition in the brewing of fine beers. Many of the original brewing techniques and closely guarded recipes are still employed today. The high standards set by the founders ensures great care is naturally takenRead More
Firmly placed as the UK’s largest private brewing company, it is fiercely independent, and with an enviable portfolio of some of the UK’s most loved cask beers and speciality lager brands. Their beers include Bombardier, Courage Best Bitter and Young’s London Gold.Read More
It all started in Herefordshire in 1878 when Henry Weston came to ‘The Bounds’ at Much Marcle and continued the tradition of using fruit from the farm orchards to make cider and perry. Today Westons export their cider and perry to over 40 countries worldwide.Read More