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Breweries in Yorkshire


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List of breweries in Berkshire


This is a list of breweries in the English county of Berkshire. The list includes both operational and defunct breweries, as well as microbreweries.

Some breweries, such as the Morland Brewery in Abingdon, were in Berkshire until border changes in the 1970s. As such, these breweries are not included in this list. Similarly, some breweries (such as the Courage Brewery) have, at times, brewed beer in Berkshire. As these breweries were not based solely or primarily in the county, they are not included in this list.



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List of breweries in Birmingham


This is a list of breweries in Birmingham, West Midlands, England.



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Breweries in London


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List of breweries in England


This is a list of breweries in England. Beer in England pre-dates other alcoholic drinks produced in England, and has been brewed continuously since prehistoric times. As a beer brewing country, England is known for its top fermented cask beer (also called real ale) which finishes maturing in the cellar of the pub rather than at the brewery and is served with only natural carbonation. Modern developments include consolidation of large brewers into multinational corporations; growth of beer consumerism; expansion of microbreweries and increased interest in bottle conditioned beers.

In 2000, there were around 500 breweries in the UK, the 2015 edition of the Good Beer Guide lists 1,285 breweries now operating in Britain. A 2015 government analysis reveals a new brewery was opening in Britain every other day with Britain becoming a 'brewing powerhouse'.

Cropton Brewery is located in Cropton, a village and civil parish in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire

Holdens Brewery, Woodsetton, Dudley, West Midlands



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Abbey Ales Brewery


image Industry Alcoholic beverage Founded 1997 Headquarters Bath, Somerset Abbey Ales

Abbey Ales is an English brewery located in city of Bath, England. It was founded in 1997 by Alan Morgan.

Bellringer is a cask beer with an alcohol by volume of 4.2%, launched at the Bath Beer Festival in 1997. It was awarded 'Beer of the Festival' at the Cotswolds CAMRA Festival in July 1998, the Devizes CAMRA Festival in May 1999, the Bath Beer Festival in October 2000, and was a finalist in the Champion Beer of Britain competition in 2001.

Other beers which are brewed on a seasonal basis, or for special occasions, include:

The brewery also owns the Star Inn, Coeur de Lion, The Assembly Inn, and the Trinity pubs in Bath.



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Adnams Brewery


Adnams is a regional brewery founded in 1872 in Southwold, Suffolk, England, by George and Ernest Adnams. It produces cask ale and pasteurised bottled beers. Annual production is around 85,000 barrels.

In 2010, the company established the Copper House distillery for the production of gin, vodka and whisky.

The earliest recorded brewing on the Adnams site was in 1396 by Johanna de Corby.

The Sole Bay Brewery in Southwold was purchased in 1872 by George and Ernest Adnams. The company was incorporated in 1890, and has remained independent since then, producing a range of beers for distribution mainly in East Anglia. The Adnams family was joined in 1902 by Pierse Loftus and his brother Jack, and Adnams still has members of each family on the board, with Jonathan Adnams as chairman and Simon Loftus as a non-executive director.

Until 1953 and from 1970 to 2006, casks of Adnams ale were delivered to the six pubs of Southwold by horse and dray; the tradition ended when a new distribution depot was built three miles from the brewery.

The company founded a charity, The Adnams Charity, in 1990 to celebrate its centenary as a public company. A percentage of the company's annual profits is used to support worthwhile causes within a 25-mile radius of Southwold.

In 1993, Adnams Extra won the Champion Beer of Britain, an award presented by the Campaign for Real Ale at the annual Great British Beer Festival. Adnams remains committed to brewing cask ale and operating non-themed pubs. Cask ale is available in all its 70 pubs, and it supplies more than 1000 other outlets direct. New fermenting vessels were installed in March 2001 to cope with demand, and the brewhouse was completely re-equipped in July 2006, making it one of the most energy efficient in Europe.

At the beginning of 2004, Adnams purchased land in neighbouring village of Reydon to expand its business with a new distribution centre, designed by architect Jeremy Blake, which was nominated for the 2007 RICS East of England Award for Sustainability. Adnams was awarded a Queen's Award for Enterprise in the sustainable development category in 2005.



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Andwells Brewery


imageAndwell Brewing Company

Andwell Brewing Company was started by Adam Komrower in 2008, and was based at Lodge Farm behind Newlyns farmshop in North Warnborough, Hampshire, England. The brewery's beer is supplied to pubs within a 30-mile radius of the brewery, and to farmshops, off-licences and beer festivals.

The brewery brewed its first beer, Resolute Bitter, on 10 October 2008. The 10BBL brewhouse plant was previously used at Copper Dragon Brewery.

In 2011 the brewery relocated to the hamlet of Andwell from where the brewery takes its name. The brewery now has a shop, and offers tours.

Andwell's produce four permanent beers. They have a brewery shop: http://www.andwells.com/index.php/page/brewery_shop and run brewery tours: http://www.andwells.com/index.php/page/brewery_tours

3.8% abv (also available in bottles at 4.1% abv)

Andwell's description: “Light amber best bitter with balanced aromas bitterness”. The brewery's literature says that this bitter is named after a town in the Arctic. Adam Komrower, the brewery's founder visited 'Resolute' in 2007 from where he set out on the 2007 Polar Challenge to reach the 1996 Magnetic North Pole. The bitter has a malty and hoppy flavour with a light amber colour and has the lowest alcohol content of Andwell's beers.

(Blonde Ale) 3.9% abv (also available in bottles at 4.2% abv). Andwell's description: “Light ale with fresh taste and citrus aroma”

The brewery's literature says this beer is named after a fishing fly used for luring trout. Gold Muddler is a blonde ale that uses pale ale malt. Gold Muddler has a citrus aroma with a balanced bitterness.

4.2% abv (also available in bottles at 4.6% abv). Andwell's description: “Rich amber beer with a fruity hoppyness”

The brewery's literature says this pale ale takes its name from the castle built by King John in 1207 less than one mile from the brewery, from where King John rode out to Runnymede to sign the Magna Carta. The beer is deep amber in colour with a blend of pale ale and crystal malt, the bitterness and fruity aroma are developed from a combination of hops.

4.6% abv (also available in bottles at 4.9% abv)

Andwell's description: "rich ruby ale with a fruity aroma"

The brewery's literature says this beer is named after a deep red dragon fly found in rivers and wetlands local to the brewery. The beer is the newest to the Andwell's range and was launched to celebrate Andwell's first birthday in October 2009.



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Ansells Brewery


imageAnsells Brewery Ltd

Ansells Brewery (Ansells) was a regional brewery founded in Aston, Birmingham, England in 1858. It merged with Taylor Walker and Ind Coope in 1961 to form Allied Breweries. The brewery remained in operation until 1981, after which production transferred to Allied's Burton upon Trent brewery; some former staff setting up the Aston Manor Brewery.

The brewery was founded by Joseph Ansell, a hop merchant and maltster, in 1858 at Aston Cross on the site of several artesian wells (the later HP Sauce factory was adjacent). William Ansell joined his father in partnership in 1867. From 1877 the company was known as Joseph Ansell and Sons, and became a limited liability company, Joseph Ansell & Sons Ltd, in 1889. In June 1901 it became a registered company called Ansells Brewery Ltd. The company was valued at over £750,000 and included 388 licensed houses.

Ansells grew by acquiring several other smaller local brewers including Rushtons with 100 licensed houses in 1923, Lucas of Leamington with 124 licensed houses (1928) and Holt's Brewery with 250 licensed houses (1934). Holt's logo, a Red Squirrel seen in side profile, was subsequently adopted by Ansells to identify its own beers.

In 1961, Ansells merged with Taylor Walker & Co and Ind, Coope & Co to form Allied Breweries. At the time, Ansells had an estate of 1,088 primarily managed houses in Birmingham and the West Midlands.

Throughout the 1960s and 70s, the brewery was prone to strike action by its workers. By the late 1970s the Aston Brewery was struggling to remain profitable. In 1981, as a cost-saving measure, management attempted to introduce a four-day working week. This resulted in strike action. Allied Breweries subsequently closed the brewery, and 700 jobs were lost, with 300 workers redeployed elsewhere in the company. The site is now a car showroom. Production was subsequently moved to Allied's Burton upon Trent brewery, and some former staff set up the Aston Manor Brewery.



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