Our Brewery Bars
Check out who is coming to serve you at this year’s Great British Beer Festival.
Keep checking back as we add more incredible breweries to this list
Founded in Bermondsey in 2014, Anspach & Hobday makes traditional beers in a modern way. We have a penchant for classic British styles and are probably best known for our porters and stouts. In 2020 the brewery moved primary brewing to a new site in Croydon. In 2022 following demand the brewery has been producing increasing amounts of cask beers for the local London area.
Founded in 1872, Adnams began as a Southwold brewery on the Suffolk coast and has been independent for the last 150 years. In 2010, Adnams became the first brewery in England to build a distillery on the same site. Its pioneering spirit has enabled Adnams to become a distinctive brewer, distiller, wine merchant, retailer, publican, and hotelier. From its Southwold home, Adnams crafts award-winning premium beers and spirits which are available from its retail stores, managed properties, partner pubs, and in outlets nationwide and overseas. Adnams has long taken pride in its heritage and strong values and is committed to running its business sustainably, leaving its footprints in the sand, not on the planet.
Arkell’s Brewery was established in 1843 by John Arkell. Arkell’s is Swindon’s oldest business and one of just 29 family breweries left in the UK. Arkell’s has 179 years in the brewery business and has four members of the Arkell’s family still remaining; Chairman James Arkell, his cousin Nick Arkell, Head of Sales, and James’ sons George, and Alex Arkell are Managing Director and Head Brewer respectively.
Based in Braintree and with a rich heritage of traditional brewing, owner Nelion Ridley, holds sacred many of the Ridley traditions: using local ingredients to produce a range of high quality and distinctive real ales for today’s discerning drinker. Bishop Nick has scooped numerous leading industry awards including the highly coveted Campion Beer of Britain (SILVER overall) for their leading brand Ridley’s Rite in 2017. Head Brewer Alexander Ratter joined the team in 2018.
Black Storm Brewery, the multi award winning brand, that’s mantra is
“Great Beer bringing people together”
so much so that it’s written on the wall of our taproom.
Born in 2017 to create great beer that brings people together we have grown into a nationally distributed beer brand. In the last four years of trading we have grown from hobo brewers to securing our own 10bbl brewery and now we are taking the next step of investing into a new 20bbl brewhouse that is planned to go live by Easter 2022. A focus on quality beer has always been our top priority, so much so that mid pandemic we invested in our own canning facility to enable us to control the beer from raw ingredients to shelf ready products.
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.
The Five Points Brewing Company is an independent brewery based in Hackney, East London, brewing with a commitment to quality and the community since 2013. The Five Points champions flavour, provenance and consistency, and their range of award-winning beers are unfiltered and unpasteurised for better taste and aroma. Their beers are inspired by a passion for both the British real ale tradition and the best of the international craft beer movement. Alongside its vibrant keg beer offering, the Five Points is committed to brewing modern cask ale, which looks to the future as well as drawing on the brewing heritage of the past.
Using a blend of local hops, water filtered through the Sussex Downs over 30 years, and Harvey’s unique 60 year old yeast strain, Harvey’s beers are the embodiment of Sussex. How we operate, where we source our ingredients and where our by-products go are what make our beers distinct. Come along to the Harvey’s Hop Bar where we will be featuring a range of our award winning cask ales. Established in 1790 Harvey’s is still owned by the family, Hamish Elder our MD is seventh generation and we have eighth generation working within the business. We wunt be druv.
Iron Pier produced their first beer in Januray 2018. Primarily focused on cask beer, with an additional barrel ageing programme to provide beers aged over months and years in oak barrels, we have since expanded to provide can and keg beer, all brewed and packaged onsite. Our beers are primarily focussed on being accessible versions of popular styles, delivered with care and attention to detail. Whilst our cask bitters and pale ales are the majority of our output, we also have a range of imperial stouts, wheat beers and saisons available thorughout the year in bottle, keg and can.
A progressive and passionate independent brewery located in the heart of Yorkshire. Borne of family values, unity, teamwork and integrity. Crafted over two decades, we’ve perfected the science of producing ales of consistently high quality and honed the art of brewing beers that are loved by all.
Quantock was founded for the Love of Beer back in December 2007. Our approach is simple, to produce consistently great tasting beers of styles from easy drinking to highly hopped, high strength beers, from our core range to our Ltd editions. Brewing great beer that brings some of that life – affirming pleasure to people is what we aspire to do. It’s our mission to showcase beer in all its forms, helping others discover new styles and re-invented old favourites. We are beer lovers with a clear mission; learning everything we can about this beautiful liquid
At Saltaire we’re passionate about how we make our beer – it’s the only way we know how. We don’t compromise on quality. Truly independent, we’ve been making internationally award-winning beer this way since 2006. Based in West Yorkshire, we’re making tasty beer in all formats to send around the UK and across the world. Cask remains firmly at our core and is now joined by cans of modern craft beer and bottles of authentic continental lager. Whilst we’re known for our flagship Blonde, we also have a range of best-loved beers from our multi-award winning speciality stout, Triple Choc to our vibrant American pale, Cascade.
Siren Craft Brew was born in 2013 with a simple idea in mind: to introduce exciting, full-ﬂavoured and forward-thinking beers to as many people as possible. There are now six Sirens of Siren Craft Brew. These Sirens characterise our flagship beers. They’re adventurous but drinkable, designed to be accessible to those lured into craft beer, yet flavourful enough for those seasoned beer fans to return to time and time again. We are lucky enough to have been named the ‘Best Brewer in England’ by Ratebeer users in 2015, and added to that with a Supreme Champion Beer of Britain award by CAMRA in 2018.
The Three Tuns Way
In the heart of Shropshire, our 17th Century brewery holds tradition in the highest regard, which is why our legendary ales are made the traditional way, using only the finest ingredients to give each one its own unique Three Tuns Brewery flavour.
Titanic Brewery was founded in Burslem Stoke on Trent in 1985 by Staffordshire brothers Keith and Dave Bott with one goal, to produce great beer! Burslem was the mother town of the Potteries and had many great names who had started their careers amongst the bottle kilns and smoke.Using only the very finest ingredients money can buy the opulence shines out of the glass, whether the beer is drunk in one of our pubs, one of our fabulously supportive local customer’s pubs or at home, we are looking for the same reaction, “I’ll have another one of those please.”
Based on a Dairy farm in rural Somerset in 2012, The Wild Beer Co was born out of a love of fermentation, barrel-ageing and most importantly, flavour. Unconstrained by stylistic guidelines and led by flavour, we celebrate traditional techniques whilst embracing a sense of modernity in our brewing. Inspired by ingredients, the wild nature of our beers is seen in the use of alternative fermentations, unorthodox yeasts and seasonally-foraged ingredients with Barrel-ageing and blending at the heart of it. We wait patiently for the beers in our library of over 600 barrels, where time reveals complex layers and flavours.
Would you like to have your beer pouring at the Great British Beer Festival 2022? We’re currently recruiting brewery bars so tell us you’re interested and we’ll be in touch: