Brewery News (updated)

Here is the latest news about breweries in the branch area.

  • Yorkshire Brew House Tuesday 12 September 2017

    We’re going to be at the Cottingham Food and Drink Festival on Sunday 17th Sept with our first three bottle conditioned ales. www.yorkshiorebrewhouse.com

  • Yorkshire Brew House Monday 4 September 2017

    New Brewery open in Hull -Yorkshire Brewhouse Limited
    Matrich House
    Goulton Street
    Kingston upon Hull
    HU3 4DD

    moc.esuohwerberihskroy@yrewerb
    01482 755199
    Currently brewing in bottles - Reet, Amber Ale & Faithful, Stout

  • Bad Brain Saturday 12 August 2017

    now closed and equipment sold to Aire Heads brewery in Goole

  • Bricknell Brewery Saturday 12 August 2017

    Now brewing Larkins Bitter for Larkins Bar on Newland Avenue

  • Bridlington Brewery Saturday 12 August 2017

    Production currently suspended subject to relocation of brewery, but they are hoping to start production very soon.

  • Crystalbrew Saturday 12 August 2017

    Brewery has been brought and is in the process of being rebranded as Crafty Little Brewery. Will be approximately a 6-8 week process

  • Gene Pool Brewery Saturday 12 August 2017

    Have a new premises license so they can sell bottled beers. 'Tackle 52' which they show cased at 5 area pubs in still selling well. A new bottled beer for the Peoples Republic is unnamed but is a German type pale ale at 5% ABV. A new IPA called Mangisera at 5.4% ABV is made using Mango’s

  • Great Newsome Saturday 12 August 2017

    Plans to double production by utilising a disused building will increase capacity to 120 brewers’ barrels a week.

  • Half Moon Brewery Tuesday 18 July 2017

    Half Moon Brewery came first in the Mild and Ruby Red category with Moonbeam a 4.8% mild, brewed in collaboration with Sunbeam Ales, Leeds and then went onto swoop a Silver in the overall competition against some stiff competition.
    Over 40 breweries from across the UK were represented at the festival which was held at The Junction, Castleford and the rigorous judging process was conducted by some renowned experts in the industry, including Roger Protz Editor of the Campaign for Real Ale Good Beer Guide and Annabel Smith, Beer Sommelier and co-founder of Dea Latis.
    The overall winners were selected from the seven categories and 58 beers.

  • Wold Top Festival Series Saturday 1 July 2017

    Festival 4 - a lager style premium bitter. It has an ABV of 4% and has a refreshing bitterness and citrus aftertaste. Wold Top would love to hear your feedback about there special edition beers - please e mail them at ku.oc.yrewerbpotdlow@seiriuqne or comment on twitter or facebook.

  • Yorkshire Brewing Company Wednesday 14 June 2017

    The breweries 'Mosaic' ale has been choosen to be featured at the GBBF in August. This follows on from last years Raspberry Tipple what received very good comments throughout the festival.