Are you open yet?

We are not open to the public yet.

Are you actually located on a farm?

Sure are! The farm was established circa 1867 (or thereabouts). Our family has been living on the land since the 1940s, but has lived in the Cheltenham area since it was originally founded in the 1820s.

Do you offer brewery tours or tastings or both!?

Not at this time.

Where can I find your beers?

You can find a list of the fine establishments that carry our beer on the “beer” page.

What kind of beers do you make?

Little bit of this, little bit of that. Our main focus is on hop forward ales (think pale ales, IPAs, DIPAs etc). We, like many, love hops. But we are also fond of many other beer styles and dabble in everything from stouts and sours to Belgians and wild ales.

Where can I find a list of beers to buy at any given time?

See the “Beer” page of the website. Under the “currently available” header you will find the most up to date information on what is available.

I noticed last week there was  (insert beer title here) available and now it is gone. Why is that, and is it ever going to come back?

We make a lot of different beers in very small batches (about 120L at a time), which means that as we rotate through our various offerings, some will inevitably become unavailable as we sell out of our limited stock. The truth is we absolutely love variety (and hopefully you do to!), and we try to constantly change, innovate and modify our recipes to not only feature the best and freshest ingredients we can, but also make them the best they possibly can be. That being said, most of our beers will more than likely come back in one way or another at some point, so keep your eyes on our “beers” page and social media accounts to find out when and where!

When is the optimal time to drink your beer?

Long story short: drink it as soon as possible.

Long story Long: We release our beer as soon as we think it tastes its absolute best, which means that you should drink it as soon as you can after purchase. This is particularly true of our hoppy offerings. These are particularly volatile beers that do not keep well over a long period of time and should be consumed as fresh as possible. Those delicious aromatics we worked so hard to get in there do not keep well. Remember, temperature, UV and oxygen exposure are beers mortal enemy. We take care of oxygen exposure on our side while making/packaging the beer (by closed system beer transfer, C02 purging bottles, using oxygen scavenging caps etc), and then storing the beer in a dark cold cellar free of light. But once it leaves our hands you have to treat it  right so that it continues to taste its absolute best for as long as possible! (But we still recommend you just drink it ASAP).

I have more questions, where can I get answers!?

Send us a message on Facebook and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can!

 

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