Tally Ho! Brewery
Re-opened in 2016 after an absence of 15 years by members of the Hatherleigh Ukelele Bashers. The brewery is behind the Tally Ho! pub.
Address: 14 Market Street, Hatherleigh, Devon
Phone: 07532 105871
A cuckoo brewery based in Sidcup.
Address: 33 Beech Avenue, Sidcup, Kent DA15 8NH
Phone: 07901 333273
In the same family as the Rake pub and the Utobeer stall in Borough Market, Tap East is housed on the ground floor of the Westfield shopping centre in Stratford, close to the Olympic park. It is a bar with brewery, with a regularly changing range of home and guest beers, plus a large stock of bottled beers.
Address: 7 International Square, Montfichet Road, Westfield Stratford City, London E20 1EE
Phone: 0208 555 4467
Tapstone Brewing Company
A modern Somerset brewery where hops are of vital importance.
Address: 11 Bartlett Park, Millfield, Chard, Somerset TA20 2BB
Phone: 01460 929156
Tarn Hows Brewery
A “tiny brewery” (two barrel) which delivers some of its wheels in wooden casks.
Phone: 07935 789581
A family brewery producing four regular beers, complemented by seasonals and occasionals. The brewery is custom built and a traditional local yeast is used.
Address: Unit 7, Longridge Trading Estate, Knutsford, Cheshire WA16 8PR
Phone: 01565 750747
Beer from brewpub and eatery the Bridge Tavern in Newcastle upon Tyne. The two hectolitre brewery is in full view of pub patrons. Brewing takes place in association with Wylam Brewery.
Address: 7 Akenside Hill, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3UF
Phone: 0191 261 9966
Tucked away in West Devon, just outside Tavistock, husband and wife Mark Smith and Janna Sanders started Tavy Ales in 2012. The actual brewery is a six-barrel plant in Roborough, Plymouth.
Address: Jasmine Cottage, Peter Tavy, Tavistock, Devon PL19 9NN
Phone: 07966 522266
A 20-barrel brewery established in 1994 in the Tucker’s Maltings building, next to the mainline railway in Newton Abbot. Soe 300 outlets are supplied.
Address: Teignworthy Brewery Ltd, The Maltings, Teign Road, Teignworthy, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 4AA
Phone: 01626 332066
Teme Valley Brewery
The brewery opened in 1997 to supply the Talbot, in Knightwick, but it now sells to other pubs and off-licences in the West Midlands. The beers use British malts and Worcestershire hops.
Phone: 01886 821235
Tempest Brewing Co
A five-barrel brewery opened in 2010.
Address: Tempest Brewing Company, Winchester Row, Kelso TD5 7DT
Phone: 01573 229 664
Thames Side Brewery
A microbrewery set up by beer enthusiast and former home brewer Andy Hayward.
Address: Unit 7, Tim’s Boatyard, Timsway, Staines upon Thames TW18 3JY
Phone: 07749 204242
That Little Place
A restaurant with its own microbrewery in Harpenden, Hertfordshire.
Address: 5 Station Road, Harpenden, Hertfordshire AL5 4SA
Phone: 01582 768925
Established over 180 years, Theakstons is a major regional brewer, based in Yorkshire. Perhaps its most famous brew is Old Peculier. Matthew Brown, subsquently Scottish & Newcastle, took control of the business in the 1980s, but the Thealston family regained control in 2003.
Address: T & R Theakston Ltd, The Brewery, Masham, Ripon, North Yorkshire HG4 4YD
Phone: 01765 680000
Hand-made beers from the Holme Valley.
Address: Thirstin Road, Honley, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire HD9 6JG
Thomas Hardy Brewery
A contract brewer aiming to offer a quality service. It owns no brands or pubs.
Address: Bold Lane, Burtonwood, Warrington, Cheshire WA5 4TH
Phone: 01925 220022
Established in 2005, Thornbridge has quickly established itself as one of the UK’s best loved craft breweries, never afraid to experiment with new styles and hops, yet maintaining the integrity of traditional British beers. The brewery operates from two sites — its original base at Thorbridge Hall, where there is a ten-barrel plant, and a second site, opened in 2009, at Bakewell, where there is a 30-barrel brewery and bottling line.
Address: Riverside Brewery, Buxton Road, Bakewell DE45 1GS
Phone: 01629 641000
Three B’s Brewery
The brewery was established in 2001 by Robert Bell, a man with 20 years’ experience of brewing. Finest ingredients are used to make a range of eight regular beers plus a range of seasonal brews. The brewery is behind the Black Bull pub which serves as the tap.
Address: The Black Bull, Brokenstone Road, Blackburn with Darwen, Lancashire BB3 0LL
Phone: 01254 581381
Three Blind Mice
An Ely-bsed brewery making award-winning, hnd-crfted beers.
Address: Black Bank Road, Little Downhm, Ely CB6 2UA
Three Castles Brewery
An established family-run microbrewery using Maris Otter barley grown on the chalk hills of Salisbury Plain. The brewery has an off-licence.
Address: Unit 12, Salisbury Road Business Park, Pewsey, Wiltshire SN9 5PZ
Phone: 01672 564433
Three Daggers Brewery
Established in 2013 at afarm shop.
Address: Westbury Road, Edington, Wiltshire BA13 4PG
Phone: 01380 830940
Three Friends Brewing
Does what it says on the tin, really. The friends in question are Stephen, Chris and Kristian, who live in Kingston, London, and brew at the Kent Brewery.
Three Shires Brewery
Established in 2013, this brewery was hand built by the head brewer, Robert Wintrip.
Address: Unit 10, New Business Enterprise Centre, Park Foulard, Worcester, Worcestershire WR2 4GD
Phone: 07964 196194
Three Sods Brewery
A craft brewery based at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club in East London. Brewing commenced in 2015.
Address: 42 Pollard Row, London, E2 6NB
Phone: 07544 422236
Three Tuns Brewery
Claiming to be the UK’s oldest licensed brewery — established in 1642 — Three Tuns has a miniature Victorian tower attached to its 16th century brewhouse. The house yeast strain has been developed over 125 years.
Address: 16 Market Square, Bishops Castle, Shropshire SY9 5BN
Phone: 01588 638392
In 2015, Thwaites brewery was sold to Marston’s for £25m. Thaites remains a pub company and also has its Shire Hotels brand. There are more than 420 pubs — a mix of tenanted, managed and leased — throughout the North of England, the Midlands and North Wales.
Address: PO Box 50, Star Brewery, Blackburn, Lancashire BB1 5BU.
Phone: 01254 686868
Husband and wife Duncan and Keri Barton were inspired to start their own brewery by visits to Belgium. They believe that “good flavour doesn’t need to come from hops alone”.
Address: Unit 25, Waterloo Court, Waterloo Road, Stalybridge, Manchester SK15 2AU
Started in 1985 by Stewart and Lynda Johnson, now of Foxfield Brewery, the brewing is done these days by Wakefield Council employee and keen beer man, Barry Smith.
Address: 22 Oakes Street, Flanshaw, Wakefield WF2 9LN
Phone: 01924 378538
Time and Tide Brewing
“Creating and experimenting are passions at Time and Tide, discovering new ways to bring you amazing beer with distinctive twists.”
Address: Statenborough Farm, Felderland Lane, Eastry CT14 0BX
Phone: 07840 327265 or 07739868256
Ask people to name a famous Yorkshire brewery and many will say Timothy Taylor. Established in 1858, it is one of England’s oldest contuinually operating breweries, with an estate of 22 pubs. The brewer insists on using the finest quality ingredients.
Address: Knowle Spring Brewery, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD21 1AW
Phone: 01535 603139
“TinShed was formed by three blokes who share the vision of creating truly unique, great tasting ales.”
Address: Justice Close Farm, Tilbrook Road, Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire PE28 0JW
Phone: 07585 551499
Atop a high hill just outside of Tintagel, former farmer John Heard has converted an old milking parlour into the home of some award-winning Cornish beers. The ten-barrel brewery has its own spring water supply and gets power from its own wind turbine.
Address: Condolden Farm, Tintagel, Cornwall PL34 OHJ
Phone: 01840 213371
Tiny Rebel Brewing Co
Brothers-in-law Bard and Gazz started home brewing in a garage in 2008 before launching Tiny Rebel in 2012. They won champion beer of Wales in 2013 and 2014 before winning the ultimate beer prize, champion beer of Britain, in 2015. » FULL ENTRY
“Every drop of our fine beers, ales and spirits starts life as Pennine rain, and poetically goes on to become something that’s as beautifully unique as the countryside where it falls.”
Address: Red House Barn, Long Marton, Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria, CA16 6BN
Phone: 01768 361846
The original brewers for Mr Grundy’s Brewery, father and son Brain and James Collins set up this venture in 2013.
Address: 6 St Katherine’s Court, Derby DE22 3AY
Phone: 01332 298465
Titanic was founded in 1985 by brother Dave and Keith Bott. It is named in honour of Captain Edward John Smith, captain of the ill-fated liner Titanic, who was born nearby at Etruria. More than 2.3 million pints are brewed a year and there are plan afoot for expansion.
Address: Callender Place, Lingard Street, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ST6 1JL
Phone: 01782 823447
The maker of beer using leftover bread from commercial bakeries. The beer is made at Hambleton Ales, in Yorkshire, with collaborations undertaken with various UK breweries. Profits go to Feedback, a charity teckling food waste.
Address: 61 Mare Street, London E8 4RG
Address: 20 Estcourt Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR30 4JQ
Phone: 07584 504444
A small, independent brewery in the heart of Kent’s hop growing area.
Address: 19 Branbridges, East Peckham, Kent TN12 5HF
Phone: 07962 016286
A family run real ale brewery in Sheffield.
Address: 6-8 Botsford Street, Sheffield S3 9PF
Top Notch Brewing Co
Self-proclaimed smallest home craft brewery in Sussex, Top-Notch has a half-barrel brewery in a converted residential outbuilding. The beers are bottled and packaged on the premises.
Address: Alistair Maddock, The Top-Notch Brewing Co, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH16 1UQ
Phone: 07963 829368
Top Out Brewery
A small brewhouse combining Scottish and German influences with the world’s best beer styles and ingredients. And when they aren’t brewing, the team are keen climbers.
Address: Unit 3, 6b Dryden Road, Bilston Glen Industrial Estate, Loanhead EH20 9LZ
Phone: 0131 440 0270
A co-operative owned and run by members of the community with the beers reflecting Topsham’s rich heritage.
Address: The Globe Hotel, Fore Street, Topsham, Devon EX3 0HR
A new brewery in the Peak District, established by three experienced home brewers.
Address: The Wharf Warehouse, New Mills Marina, New Mills SK22 3JJ
Phone: 07539 149175
Established in 2014, the brewery is a progression of Rob Witt’s home brew project. Rob retains strong bonds with the Nottingham home brewing community.
Address: Unit 10, Meadow Lane Fruit and Veg Market, Clarke Road, Nottingham NG2 3JJ
Phone: 07702 800639
A new Devon nano-brewery, using hops from around the world.
Address: Ogwell, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 6FF
Totnes Brewing Company
A microbrewery established in 2014 in the Castle Inn pub, Totnes, now below the Ballroom in the Barrel House. Small bathes of beer are produced, of which Spannerhead is the flagship.
Address: 59A High Street, Totnes, Devon TQ9 5BP
Phone: 01803 863000
A brewery in a converted Victorian water tower, established by John Mills in 2001. The premises was once owned by famous Burton brewer Bass & Co. Brewery tours are available and the venue can also be hired for events.
Address: The Old Water Tower, Walsitch Maltings, Glensyl Way, Burton on Trent DE14 1LX
Phone: 01283 562888
A small licensed craft brewery and tap tucked away in a North Cornwall village.
Address: Tremeer Lane, St Tudy, Cornwall PL30 3NF
Phone: 01208 851459
Town Mill Brewery
The brewery was established in 2009 by a group of investors and is based in part of the former electricity generation building for Lyme Regis. It’s a virtuous circle of use as the building was originally a malthouse. The brew plant is four barrel with two fermenters.
Address: Mill Lane, Lyme Regis, Dorset DT7 3PU
Phone: 01297 444354
Tractor Shed Brewing
A brewery, a bar and a “place to hang out”.
Address: The Tractor Shed, Calva Brow, Workington, Cumbria CA14 1DB
Phone: 01900 68860
A new brewery, set up in winter 2011 by John Lewis, a former cancer research scientist, and Jane Blackman, a ceramicist. They have a ten-barrel plant and intend to supply pubs within a 50-mile radius.
Address: Millstone Yard, Main Street, Shipton-by-Beningbrough, York YO30 1AA
Phone: 01904 471569
One of Cornwall’s new breed of mirobreweries, opened in July 2016.
Address: Tremethick, Grampound, Cornwall
Phone: 07726 427775
Tring Brewery was opened in 1992 by Richard Shardlow, who was joined in 2000 by experienced brewer Andrew Jackson. The beers, marketed with eye-catching pumpclips, have won many awards. The brewery moved into bigger premises in 2010.
Address: Tring Brewery Co Ltd, Dunsley Farm, London Road, Tring, Hertfordshire HP23 6HA
Phone: 01442 890721
A Suffolk microbrewery established in 2007, utilising water from an ancient well.
Address: 5 Church Road, Gisleham, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 8DS
Phone: 01502 743121
Triple fff Brewery
Founded in 1997, Triple fff has a well-known and much-loved portfolio of beers, including the 1998 champion beer of Britain, Alton’s Pride. A 50-barrelplant produces beer for two tied pubs and some 300 other customers.
Address: The Triple fff Brewing Co Ltd, 3 Magpie Works, Station Approach, Four Marks, near Alton, Hampshire GU34 5HN
Phone: 01420 561422
Brewing at Truman’s, in east London, is set to return in 2013, with James Morgan and Michael-George Hemus reviving the famous brand. They negotiated with owner Heineken to get permission to use the name and branding and, after contract brewing of an initial beer, Truman’s Runner, at Everards, they are keen to get brewing in their own right at Hackney Wick, close to the Olympic stadium.
Address: 8 Elder Street, London E1 6BT
Phone: 0207 247 1147
A ten-barrel brewery in an area north of Falkirk known as the Tryst, meaning meeting place. There is also a bottling plant.
Address: Lorne Road, Lerbert, Stirlingshire FK5 4AT
Phone: 01324 554000
An award-winning family brewery, achieving three gold stars in the Great Taste Awards, the ‘Oscars of the food industry’.
Address: Llanhilleth Industrial Estate, Llanhilleth, near Abertillery NP13 2RX
Phone: 01873 851696
Tumanny Albion Brewing Co
A new Kent company with a beer range inspired by the world of spying.
Named after the family who run the farm on which the brewery is based, Turners was launched in November 2011. The plant is capable of producing 27.5 brewer’s barrels a week.
Address: Highfield Farm, The Broyle, Ringmer, East Sussex BN8 5ER
Phone: 0845 689 2689
An Oxfordshire microbrewery established in 2013.
Address: Turpins Lodge, Lodge Farm, Tadmarton Heath Road, Hook Norton, Oxfordshire OX15 5DQ
Phone: 07779 447769
A Cambridge restaurant with microbrewery
Address: The Med Perne Road, Cambridge CB1 3RX
Phone: 01223 240808
Tweed Brewing Company
Address: Unit D1C, Newton Business Park , Hyde, Tameside SK14 4UQ
Twickenham Fine Ales
Twickenham Fine Ales opened in 2004 and operates on a ten-barrel plant acquired from the Springhead Brewery, which was expanding. Steve Brown manages the brewery, and the brewer is Tom Madeiros, who has come up with several award-winning beers. About 100 firkins of beer are produced a week, drunk mostly in the west London area.
Address: Twickenham Fine Ales Ltd, Ryecroft Works, Edwin Road, Twickenham TW2 6SP
Phone: 0208 241 1825
Twisted Barrel Ale
The UK’s first ‘pico brewery’ (their term), set up by two self-confessed geeks.
A modern Wiltshire microbrewery using traditional processes to create artisinal beers.
Phone: 01373 864441
Twisted Oak Brewery
A family business on a working Somerset farm, run by Keith and Deb Hayles. They brew small batches of beer in cask and bottle.
Address: Yeowood Farm, Iwood Lane, Wrington BS40 5NU
Phone: 07917 457797
Two Beach Brewing Company
A microbrewery in a café.
Address: Cafe-ODE, Ness Drive, Shaldon, Teignmouth, Devon TQ14 0HP
Phone: 01626 873977
Two Cocks Brewery
Found on a farm where a Civil War battle took place, Two Cocks has its own borehole for water and sources some wild hops from local hedgerows. Spent grain and yeast are enjoyed by rare breed Berkshire pigs and Dexter cattle, with spent hops going back into the farm soil. In 2017, the brewery was sold by founders Michael Butcher and Phil Palmer to Caroline Davenport and Les Hanwell.
Address: Two Cocks Brewery, Enborne, Newbury, Berkshire RG20 0HB
Phone: 01635 47351
Two Finches Brewery
A nanobrewery in the heart of Finchley, next to a sports ground.
Two Roses Brewery
A new, small, family-owned independent brewery in 2011, with brewing taking place on an eight-barrel plant installed by Bury brewing consultant David Porter.
Address: Unit 9, Darton Business Park, Barnsley Road, Darton, South Yorkshire S75 5QX
Phone: 07780 701254
Two Towers Brewery
A brewery born in 2010 from the homebrew experience of lifelong friends Mark Arnott-Job and Trevor Harris. The brewery has a tap, the Gunmakers Arms, in Birmingham.
Address: Unit 1, Mott Street, Hockley, Birmingham B19 3HE
Phone: 0121 439 7253
Two Tribes Brewery
Address: Acorn Production Centre, Unit 4 Tileyard, 103, 105 Blundell St, London N7 9BN
The brewery was founded in 2007 by Will and Anna Neaverson in a converted barn. The name derives from two steam engines previously housed in the barn. There is an eight-barrel plant.
Address: Manor Barn, Kirkgate, Tydd St Giles, Cambirdgeshire PE13 5NE
Phone: 01945 871020
Tyne Bank Brewery
Tyne Bank Brewery was established in the spring of 2011 by Julia Austin, managing director, a former chemical engineer, and Mark McGarry, head brewer, who previously worked for for famous North East brewery Mordue. It is based in the Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne former base of the Hadrian & Borders Brewery, which moved on to bigger premises in 2010.
Address: Tyne Bank Brewery Ltd, Unit 11, Hawick Crescent, St Lawrence Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE6 1AS
Phone: 0191 265 2828