This page is a rough guide to the smaller micro-breweries based in or near to Gloucestershire. This page is only concerned with brewing of beer, we will cover cider, perry and wine at a later date.
Breweries In Gloucestershire
Gloucester brewery was initially founded in 2011 and is based in the historic Gloucester Docks, in fact the premises is a converted horse stable from when the docks were in full use.
Tours are held on the last Friday of every month from 7:00pm to 9:30pm You just need to book in advance, the month you would like to attend. You can do this on the website, or just give the brewery a ring, and speak to a member of staff. Cost is £20 per person. This includes:
- Admission to brewery
- Generous sampling of 3-4 beers
- Informative talk about the process and buildings
- A locally sourced buffet, to help the beer go down.
Address – Gloucester Brewery Nr 12-14 Llanthony Rd, The Docks, Gloucester, GL1 2EH
Email – email@example.com
Telephone – 01452 690 541
Website – http://gloucesterbrewery.co.uk/
Twitter – @GBrewery
Based in Longhope near to May Hill Hillside Brewery pride them selves in the craft of beer, choosing only the best water and finest ingredients. After a sample you will agree on of the Ales is a good match for you, in fact you have 6 to choose from and all very different. More info…
The full brewery tour include 4 bottles of Hillside Brewery ales and a limited edition Hillside Brewery beer glass for you to take home. The full tour costs £25 PER PERSON. Book…
Address – Hillside Brewery, Holly Bush Farm, Ross Road, Longhope, Gloucestershire, GL17 0NG
Email – info@HillsideBrewery.com
Telephone – 01452 830 222
Website – http://www.hillsidebrewery.com/
Twitter – @Hillsidebrewery
Stroud brewery was established in 2007 and is a member of the Gloucestershire Craft Brewers. Stroud Brewery aims to ensure all of is beer is of the highest quality and this is the reason for its membership of SIBA.
A craft brewery in Thrupp creating quality cask ales and an unique range of organic & vegan bottled beers using Cotswold grown malt and whole hops.
A tour is available on the last Friday of every month, which needs to be booked in advance. Tours cost £10 per person and start at 7:30pm More Information or Book Tickets…
Stroud Brewery has its own bar which is open from 3pm-11pm every Friday and Saturday, this includes during the tours. The beer supplies their own beers and has a pizza oven for food.
Address – Stroud Brewery, Unit 11, Phoenix Works, Hope Mill Lane, Thrupp, Stroud, Gloucestershire, England, GL5 2BU
Phone – 01453 887122
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Website – http://www.stroudbrewery.co.uk/
Twitter – @StroudBrewery
Battledown Brewery Cheltenham
The Battledown Brewery is the oldest working brewery in the town of Cheltenham. tours of the brewery can take place for groups most days if you contact and they will help your group have a visit.
Beers Include the following ;
- Cheltenham S.P.A Premium
- Cheltenham S.P.A Special
- Cheltenham S.P.A. Blonde
- Natural Selection
- Four Kings
Battledown Brewery LLP
The Keynsham Works,
Cheltenham, GL52 6EJ
Tel: (01242) 693409
Twitter – @BattledownBrew
Brewhouse & Kitchen in Gloucester
Brewhouse brew their own beer on site and match beer with each item on the menu to enhance your enjoyment. For real ale enthusiasts and those interested in brewing they have an experience day so you can learn all about making beer.
The day lasts approximately 7 hours and includes breakfast, lunch and a chance to sample 8 different beers – including all of the beers they brew on-site in the microbrewery! About Brewhouse…