• Welbeck Abbey Brewery

    - As we wistfully leave summer behind, we are winding down to a slower pace with these Autumnal specials. Cathedral Beeches  is a 3.7% pale English bitter. This brew is full of heady herbal aromas from British Phoenix hops, making it surprisingly delicious and certainly more interesting than many of its counterparts. The name of this … Continue reading Welbeck Abbey Brewery
  • Loxley Brewery

    - Loxley Brewery are set to be brewing more beer very soon, as they are bringing more fermenters into the micro-brewery. Since moving all of the bottling equipment over to the new bottling plant (right outside the doors of the brewery) they have created space to brew more fantastic ales, with the hopes to widen their … Continue reading Loxley Brewery
  • Lost Industry Tap

    - An announcement has been made that Lesley and Mick of Lost Industry Brewing are leaving the Industry Tap bar in order to put their full focus on the brewery, which has been undergoing a significant refurbishment during lockdown whilst the pubs were shut! The good news is this doesn’t mean the closure of the Industry … Continue reading Lost Industry Tap
  • Steel City Brewing

    - Like many brewers, Steel City had something of a hiatus during lockdown, being as draught accounts for 90% of our output. However, the opportunity was taken to increase small-pack production, with several bottles being released and more excitingly our first cans. The Shakespeare-led supercollab Collabracadabra was the first beer to be released in can, and … Continue reading Steel City Brewing
  • Neepsend Brew Co

    - Neepsend Brew Co has been shut and not trading through most of the Covid-19 lockdown but are in their new brewery and preparing to be up and running again. Next week sees beer available to the trade, coinciding with some pubs reopening, but the big news is that Neepsend beer is now available in cans … Continue reading Neepsend Brew Co