Brains Craft Brewery
In 2012 the Brains Craft Brewery opened which allowed the brewery to brew in smaller batches and be more experimental with their flavours. To date, they have produced over 100 craft beers, and the Craft Brewery has become an integral part of the Brains beer range.
With each brew they’ve got bolder (and better) and have collaborated with some of the best in the industry, whilst their own master brewers are constantly researching potential flavour combinations for future brews. They’re very proud of what they’ve created with the Craft Brewery; long live the revolution!
In 1999, Alltech’s founder Dr Pearse Lyons acquired the 200yr old Lexington Brewing Company and set about resurrecting the Lexington brewing and distilling tradition which dates back to 1794. As one of only a handful of joint brewing and distilling operations in the world, it is no surprise that Alltech Lexington Brewing & Distilling Company produce one of the widest and best-selling ranges of Barrel Aged beers today.
Founded in 2008 by Duncan Sambrook – Sambrook’s Brewery was London ’s first modern, independent brewery, leading the capital’s craft beer renaissance. Located and brewed on site in Battersea, SW London, Sambrook’s represents the largest independent brewery in London. Sambrook’s Brewery have won many awards for their beers over recent years, which reinforces their ethos of producing innovative, high quality craft beers with bolder flavours, whilst at the same time being true to traditional UK brewing traditions.
Station Works Brewery
Nestled in the shadow of the Cooley Mountains on the outskirts of Newry, Station Works Brewery has been quietly building a reputation for itself amongst craft brewers everywhere. Foxes Rock is there leading Irish craft beer range, brewed with locally sourced ingredients and water from the outstanding beauty of its natural surroundings. As a craft brewery, Station Works is unique in that it also houses packaging facilities for the production of bottle, can and keg and has the capacity of up to 40,000 hecto-litres.
Titanic Brewery was founded in Burslem Stoke on Trent in 1985 with one goal, to produce great beer! As well as being famous for the world renowned potteries of Wedgewood, Doulton and Claris Cliff, the area was also made famous by one Captain Edward John Smith, who was in command of the World’s most famous linear the Titanic on its ill-fated maiden voyage. It is in honour of Captain Smith that the Brewery was named. The Brewery produces many exceptional quality beers which bridge the gap between mainstream English Ales and the more Contemporary Craft Beers. As testament to this, the Brewery has won numerous awards, most recently the Gold Medal at the Great British Beer Festival 2015 for their Plum Porter.