Our Brewery Bars
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Established in 1872, Adnams make amazing beers and spirits from grain-to-glass in our east coast home of Southwold. We’re proud to run our business sustainably, supported by ever-evolving technology, to make great products and create memorable and fun experiences for our customers. You can find our award-winning beers, including collaborations and seasonal brews, in Adnams stores, in our managed properties, partner pubs and in outlets nationwide and overseas. Our spirits are made in our Copper House Distillery right next to our brewery from our un-hopped beers – find out more at adnams.co.uk
Bedlam – more than just a brewery. Bedlam has a strong team ethic brewing the finest beer they can, available in both cask and keg, using only the finest ingredients. A core range of four cask conditioned beers is complemented by an ever-changing range of exciting seasonal, limited edition ales. Bedlam Brewery is based at the foot of the South Downs just outside the vibrant city of Brighton. With strong environmental credentials, all the energy required for brewing comes from solar panels, they harvest their own hops to brew a seasonal harvest ale and even supply local farmers with all their spent grain and hops which they then use as feed for their cattle.
Bradfield Brewery is a family run brewery based on a busy working farm in the Peak District village of Bradfield. Using the finest malts, traditional hops and natural spring water from their own borehole they produce a range of distinctive and award winning cask conditioned real ales. Their range of ales is well known as the ‘Farmers Ale’ range and includes an all year round offering of Farmers Blonde, Farmers Pale Ale, Farmers Brown Cow, Farmers Stout & Yorkshire Farmer.
Using a blend of local hops, water filtered through the Sussex Downs over 30 years, and Harvey’s unique
Quantock Brewery was established in 2008 as a small family brewery to produce a range of high quality beers that would stand out from the larger brands which typically were lacking in flavour and character. Our beers have won numerous awards over the years, the highlight being in 2013 when Wills Neck won the SIBA UK Supreme Champion Beer. We produce our Classic Range of traditional cask beers and also our newer Modern Range of craft beers. Information on all our beers can be viewed on our website.
Tatton Brewery, set in the heart of Cheshire, have a strong reputation for making consistently, high quality, ‘drinkable’ beers with distinct flavour and character, deriving from a unique historic Cheshire yeast, making Tatton stand out from the crowd. Tatton Brewery has been specifically designed for consistency and quality, and this is evidenced in their cask, keg and bottled beers. They know that each and every pint or bottle of Tatton needs to be as good as the last. In short Tatton brewery make ‘no hype, no nonsense, beer you can trust’.
We use hops and malts from the UK and from across the world to give our ales their distinctive taste. We run a full barrel system from our premises where all our creative flair and enthusiasm, both in the exceptional, crafted beers we produce and the passion for quality design and highly effective branding will be embraced. Our beers are the highest quality and include only the finest natural ingredients. Carefully selected for their distinctive flavour profile, the beers are classically fermented for a smooth, bold taste and dry hopped for that modern twist, giving heavy aroma and punchy finish. We produce beer and lager that is distributed within the country. Our main product lines are Lager, American Pale Ale, IPA, Stouts and Session Ales.
Beer Monkey was created to satisfy the increasing demand for specialist niche cask
Our 30 barrel Bavarian steam powered brew plant and with our very own bore hole to supply Yorkshire water helps ensure that all our Ales are packed with
Loch Lomond Brewery (LLB) started life in a kitchen in Luss on the shores of Loch Lomond. A desire to brew beer and create a family business that would allow the whole family to get involved, the brewery launched in Alexandria in 2011. Having brewed a number of award-winning beers including CAMRA Champion Beer of Scotland in 2017 and SIBA Supreme Cask Champion of the UK in 2016, LLB have recently rebranded to include a number of new beers in cask, keg, bottle and can. LLB
Reunion is an award-winning, young brewer of Modern Session Beers. We strongly believe that you shouldn’t have to work hard to enjoy craft beer and Reunion is the only London brewery to put sessionability at the heart of its proposition. Each of our beers is carefully engineered to be easy drinking – the well balanced sum of its parts with no single ingredient coming too much to the fore. If a second Reunion doesn’t follow the first, we’ve manifestly failed.
Sail your way over to us at this years Great British Beer Festival!
Jump aboard and we’ll take your taste buds on a flavoursome journey through beer! If you are looking for something a bit different, get yourself over to see us, we promise, you won’t be disappointed.
Brewed in the creative and industrial heart of the West Midlands, two Staffordshire brothers Keith & Dave Bott have owned and been running Titanic Brewery for over 30 years. Titanic Brewery was one of the very first new microbreweries in the UK and have been at the forefront of innovation throughout the 30 years of our history.
Founded in 2014 by home-brewing school friends Paul Anspach & Jack Hobday, Anspach & Hobday brew quality Ales, Porters and Lagers with a strong influence of tradition and a keen eye on the future. Leading with a classic London Porter, Anspach & Hobday explore a wide variety of styles including IPAs, Saisons, Blondes, Smoked beers to name but a few. Attention to detail, balance of flavour, and respect for process are at the heart of every beer produced. Independently owned and responsible for 100% of their own production, Anspach & Hobday are a proud London Brewery.
Big Hand Brewing is a family owned and operated microbrew in North Wales. We have been operating since 2013. We quickly established Big Hand in the local craft beer scene and generated an excellent reputation for consistent quality. We have pride in our ethos; Honest, Classic and Contemporary. A solid range of core beers covers a wide range of styles, from “Appaloosa” our American pale ale to “Spectre” our Welsh stout.
We’re a family run independent brewery based in the heart of Highgate, London. Gorgeous Brewery has a small, tight-knit team who all share a passion for creating an eclectic, deliciously drinkable range with an emphasis on hand-crafted quality. The brewery works with little automation, so a whole lot of care and hard work goes into everything we make.
Moon Gazer Ale brewed by the small, passionate team at The Norfolk Brewhouse has a growing reputation for crafting distinctive, high-quality beers – picking up a clutch of national and regional awards. Based in North Norfolk – right in the heart of the country’s finest malting barley region – they make the most of all that is around them; chalk-filtered water from
Salcombe Brewery’s hand-crafted ales are created at the stunning Brewhouse overlooking the Devon hills with views towards the Salcombe Estuary. The beers reflect the surrounding areas with the aptly named Seahorse, representative of seahorses found in the local waters. Salcombe Brewery supports the Seahorse Trust to maintain the protection of these amazing sea animals. Safety in the local waters is paramount to life in Salcombe. 5p a pint of Lifesaver goes directly to the RNLI who are committed to savings lives at sea. Ranging from the golden and hoppy Salcombe Gold to the light Shingle Bay, there’s a Salcombe pint to suit everyone.
Independently brewing since 1995, West Berkshire Brewery are proud to be anchored by our founders’ principals; respect for tradition, commitment to build a sustainable future and a focus on community. We pride ourselves on championing traditional brewing techniques to brew award winning ales, most notably our Best Bitter ‘Good Old Boy’.
At 175 years old, Arkell’s Brewery is one of the few family breweries left in the UK, established as an offshoot to the family farm near Swindon when Isambard Kingdom Brunel was building his Great Western Railway locomotive works. The beer, which first quenched the thirst of Brunel’s railway workers, is brewed in much the same way as when John Arkell began the process in 1843 and the brewery buildings appear untouched by the passing years. But Arkell’s has not achieved its unique position by standing still. It constantly invests in staff, equipment and pubs, and most importantly the beer itself. The result? A host of national awards for its beers.
Bishop Nick is thrilled to be making a first-time appearance at the Great British Beer Festival. The Essex-based brewery was awarded Silver Supreme Champion Beer of Britain in 2017 for their leading brand Ridley’s Rite and last year their 1555 was awarded SILVER in the Best Bitters category. The three core beers they are presenting this year have all won GOLD at CAMRA’s Champion Beers of East Anglia. Bishop Nick was founded in 2011 by Nelion Ridley – the 6th generation of the notable Essex brewing family. Based in Braintree, a few miles from Hartford End where Ridley’s Brewery operated for 163 years, Nelion is devoted to keeping Essex Ales sacred.
Greyhound & Ballards are excited to be back at the Great British Beer Festival for 2019!
Their brewery bar will have a wide range of beers produced at their West Sussex micro-brewery, from firm favourites to exciting newly developed ales.
We hope to see you at the bar!
Padstow Brewing Co. was founded in 2013 by husband and wife team Caron and Des Archer. A multi-award-winning independent craft brewery set on Cornwall’s rugged North Coast, the brewery continues to brew across a wide range of styles from traditional real ales to innovative craft beers. We work closely with fantastic charitable causes. Lobster Tale raises money for the National Lobster Hatchery, whilst Lifeboat Lager features and raises money for the RNLI. Padstow Pilsner won best beer at the Great British Food Awards 2018, whilst The Smoke – a 5.5% smoked oatmeal stout – picked up a Gold Award at the SIBA Independent Awards 2019.
The St Austell Brewery bar will once again be rocking its way through the festival courtesy of some great beers from both St Austell Brewery and Bath Ales, plus music from DJ Lennie B. Our range this year will include both cask and live keg beer.
At Wimbledon Brewery we’re all about balance. Master Brewer Derek Prentice and Head Brewer Charlie Long have created a superb collection of beautifully balanced beers, from traditional session pale ales to Helles-style lager and American pale. Derek was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from SIBA last year for over 50 years in the brewing industry, so brewing with supremely talented Head Brewer Charlie Long, we showcase great balance of tradition and modernity in the portfolio. We were extremely proud to collect the trophy for Overall Cask Champion at the International Brewing Awards this year for our Copper Leaf Ale.