• Exit 33 Brewing

    - There’s not too much to report on the specials front this month at Exit 33, but there is one new offering. Spring Fever (4.4%) is a light session pale ale with a mixture of fruity hops including Citra, El Dorado and Mosaic. Meanwhile, there will also be the usual live music at the Harlequin on … Continue reading Exit 33 Brewing
  • Loxley Brewery

    - The long-awaited Loxley Brewery, based at the Wisewood Inn on Loxley Road, is now fully operational and the first pints of its beer have been sold. The idea of brewing beer using spring water from a well discovered underneath the pub was conceived last year.  Brewing equipment was eventually delivered to the pub—which was voted … Continue reading Loxley Brewery
  • Steel City Brewing

    - Steel City continue to release collaborations as Dave pays off his collab ‘debt’ (and not at all because it means someone else shovelling the mash tun, honest guv). The latest is with Neepsend and Lost Industry, a 5.0% Citra and Rakau dry-hopped sour named Medusa (thus fitting both Neepsend’s mythology theme and Steel City’s metal … Continue reading Steel City Brewing
  • Bradfield Brewery

    - Bradfield Brewery are celebrating St George’s Day with the return of Bradfield Ye Olde English Ale! Now in its tenth Year of production this is a 4.6% traditional ale, full bodied and light copper in colour. Available in cask from 9 April. Snookering onto our seasonal line up for the fifth year running is the … Continue reading Bradfield Brewery
  • Welbeck Abbey Brewery

    - It’s officially springtime, and after the exceptionally cold winter we’ve had we’re seriously looking forward to some warmer weather.  We’re celebrating the season with some brews to match, which includes some old favourites as well as an exciting new brew to share with you (we didn’t mean to rhyme). We’re kicking off April with a … Continue reading Welbeck Abbey Brewery