Brewery Bits

The Eyam Real Ale Company have left their old premises and moved next door into the former Crafty Red Fox unit at the Eyam Hall Craft Centre (S32 5QW). Beers from the 1.5bbl brewery will continue to be sold in the shop as well as at pubs and festivals around the region. The shop also stocks a range of beers all made within 25 miles of the village. The new opening hours will be 10:30-16:30 Wed-Fri, 10:30-17:00 Sat-Sun.

The Brewery of St Mars of the Desert taproom is now open every Friday afternoon between 12 noon and 8pm. There are plans to extend opening hours to three days a week in the not too distant future.

The new owners of the former Sentinel Brewery on Shoreham Street have now registered the business as Triple Point Brewing. The first beer from the new brewers, Debut IPA (5.5%), was released on 8 February although the building still features branding from the previous incarnation.

Mitchell’s Hop House have released a statement denying rumours they had ceased brewing. No brewing took place during Dry January, but the brewery have confirmed they are set to recommence shortly. Mitchell’s bottled beers will now be contract bottled at Staffordshire Brewery rather than being bottle-conditioned in-house.

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