Fuggle Bunny Brewhouse launches

On Friday 4th April a select number of CAMRA members were invited to the Fuggle Bunny Brewhouse at Holbrook (just off the main road from Halfway tram terminus to Killamarsh) to see the brewery and try the first two beers.

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We tried and enjoyed ‘New Beginnings’, a 4.9% Malty amber bitter and ‘Cotton Tail’ a 4% pale ale brewed with a mix of 5 different hop varieties.

The launch is a gradual one, the only confirmed outlets this month are Doncaster beer festival and Barrow Hill Rail Ale Festival but will start appearing in various pubs soon.

The Brewhouse concept will also see the brewery welcome casual visitors wishing to drop in for a pint and they will also host tours and functions.

Whilst there we observed brand new casks still on the pallet and wrapped stacked up, they didn’t have to be delivered very far however as the supplier is based three doors up in the same building!

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About Andy Cullen

Andy has been actively involved in CAMRA since the early 2000s after being recruited to sit on a National Younger Members Task Group. Since then he has held roles on the branch committee including Secretary, Membership Secretary, Magazine Editor, Chair and now Social Secretary. Andy has also been involved with the Steel City Beer & Cider Festival almost every year since becoming active in the branch.


  1. I am an active CAMRA member based in East Kent. Also a beer label collector. Do you know if Fuggle Bunny Brew House do bottled beers? If yes, who do I contact, please, for samples.

    If you know of anybody in your branch who collects beer labels, please can you put them on to me.

    Best wishes

    John Hedington

  2. Hi
    congratulations on your new brewery, i work for the mercury newspaper that goes out to pubs and clubs across the region, please call me if you want to promoter you casks to our working mens clubs and pubs please on sheffield 276 36 33

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