In August 1982 Tony Allen opened his Oak Brewery on an industrial estate in Ellesmere Port. Nine years later he moved to a location more central to his growing free trade and the Phoenix Brewery, based in Heywood, was born.
Today Phoenix Brewery produce around 100 barrels a week supplying 400-plus outlets with the large range of beers produced throughout the year. …Read more
Based in Bury operating two systems running side by side the Outstanding Brewing Company went into production in April 08.
This versatile brewery produce over 10 varieties of beer including – …Read more
As The Crown at Worthington is situated on the very edge of Standish, Nr Wigan what better ale to serve than Real Ale with its roots firmly in ‘real’ Standish and indeed global heritage.
The Mayflower as many may know was the boat that sailed the 100 Pilgrim Fathers to the New World (America) in 1620. On board the Mayflower acting as Military Captain was Captain Myles Standish who had strong links with the village and was of the of Standish family. …Read more
The Dark Star Brewing Company was born in 1994 in the cellar of The Evening Star Pub, in Brighton. With a brew plant only marginally bigger than an enthusiastic home-brew kit the characteristic style of hoppy beers was developed and tried out on the willing guinea pigs at the bar. …Read more
Since 2005 George Wrights of Rainford, St Helen have been producing and selling a wide range of fine quality beers and ales from what is probably the most advanced microbrewery in the UK. …Read more
Northern Brewing, is an award-winning micro-brewery who produce traditional craft beers at Blakemere Brewery, nr Northwich, Cheshire.
Established in August 2003, by Colin Stubbs in an industrial unit in Runcorn, Cheshire. The first ever brew, a Northern “45”, appeared in late-December 2003. …Read more
Facer’s Brewery supplies quality, hand crafted real ales to pubs and other venues across North Wales and North West England.
Dave Facer started his own brewery in Salford, Greater Manchester in February 2003, sharing premises and equipment with Bazens’ Brewery, which had itself started a few months earlier. In 2005 Dave and wife Annette decided to move home (and hence brewery) to Flintshire. The new Facer’s Brewery started production in Flint in February 2006. …Read more