Stancill Brewery

CAMRA members are being given a rare chance to go behind the scenes of Stancill brewery during a special open day which is due to take place next month. Offering a chance to go behind the scenes at both the brewery, the special event will give members the opportunity to take part in a guided tour of the brewery, meet head brewer Dean Pleasant and learn some of the secrets which have helped to establish Stancill Brewery as one of the region’s fastest growing breweries. Meeting the Horse & Jockey Wadsley on Sunday 27th November at 2:00pm, the special event includes transport to and from the brewery, two pints of Stancill Beer, as well as chance to enjoy a buffet which will be hosted at the pub. The event will be led by Adam Hague, who will share with visitors the history of the brewery, which can be traced back more than 200 years, as well as giving vistors a chance to find out how the different varieties of Stancill beers are produced. The open day being hosted by Stancill Brewery is one of a number of events taking place throughout November. Every Friday evening the Horse & Jockey will host live music and street food, as well as hosting a family fun day on 5th November to coincide with the visit of Ipswich Town. A full range of events can be found via at: The pub has recently entered into a partnership with Huddersfield-based Magic Rock, and as well as providing a comprehensive range of Stancill’s core range of eight beers and two seasonal specials. A variety of Magic Rock’s US themed beers will also be available. A 20% discount on all Stancill beers is available. Matt Weigold, Events manager, Horse & Jockey said: “Our brewery trip is a unique chance for CAMRA members to go behind the scenes of a working brewery and following the journey of the raw ingredients to the finished product available on the bar. The brewery has come a long way in just three years, and we wanted to give CAMRA members a chance to find out more about the work that’s been undertaken during that time. ”Since launching the Horse & Jockey, we’ve had a lot of interest in our range of beers, with many people asking about how they are produced. We wanted to thank CAMRA members in particular for their incredible support since we opened the doors of the pub and felt a special open day would create the perfect opportunity to find out how we transfer the raw ingredients to the beer enjoyed in pubs.” Tickets for Stancill Brewery’s open day can be purchased from the Horse & Jockey.

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