Location- Battlefield, Shrewsbury
Battlefield Brewery is being built from the ground upwards with passion and true fighting spirit. It’s born as a result of the vision of the small dedicated team with the burning desire to create a lasting legacy in the form of a state of the art Brewery right here in Shrewsbury; in the magnificent county of Shropshire.
Dedicated to brewing the finest beers and lagers, using the best ingredients all showcased in a fantastic Brewing facility which will allow for all to come see, taste and enjoy. In time, you’ll even be able to take part in the “Brewing Experience” too!
Chilton Damson Gin
Location – Myndtown, South Shropshire
Chilton Damson Gin was started in the 1970s and since then production has grown, the business in now run by husband and wife team Phillip & Fiona Rogers- Coltman
The vital ingredient for their Damson Gin is the Shropshire Prune Damson which was widely grown in this region early last century, mainly to produce dye used for the carpet and glove industry in Kidderminster and Ludlow. Sadly many of the old orchards have been grubbed up over the years, but thanks to the hard work of Slow Food UK the Shropshire Prune has been included in the Slow Food Ark of taste and consequently there have been new orchards planted. Fiona and Roger have their own orchard of Shropshire Prune in South Shropshire
Location -Cleobury Mortimer, Bridgnorth
Established in 1993 by the Davis family, Hobsons Brewery is now one of the leading producers in Shropshire and possibly the most sustainable brewery in the UK. The success of the brewery and its many awards has been down to a strong culture of supporting its region, its people and its resources
Location – Petreheyling, South Shropshire
Kerry Vale Vineyard is a small, family run, English vineyard situated on the Welsh / English border of rural Shropshire – one of Britain’s most beautiful counties. It is the perfect location from which to explore the surrounding area with a fascinating history and numerous walks and attractions nearby.
Planted in 2010 and covering six acres of farmland, the vineyard resides at the eastern tip of the Kerry Vale – an area of exceptional beauty and just 3 miles south of the charming town of Montgomery
Ludlow Brewing Co
Location- Ludlow, South Shropshire
Located in a specially converted railway shed 50 metres north of Ludlow railway station. The building has been fully refurbished to latest building standards and houses a 20 barrel brewing system. Ludlow Brewery produces award winning high quality ales right in the heart of the beautiful town of Ludlow.
Joining Ludlow’s tradition of fine food and drink, Ludlow Brewing Company is a small brewery which aims to produce high quality real ale for the discerning drinker.
Location – Hadnall, North Shropshire
Salopian is a flourishing brewery set up in 1995. It brews a great range of regular and seasonal ales. The Shropshire Gold is an excellent example of its type. The brewery needed to expand so in 2014 it moved from Shrewsbury to Hadnall.
Location – Oswestry
Stonehouse Brewery in Oswestry, Shropshire is a family-run, much-loved, micro brewery with a collection of stunning handcrafted real ales. Located alongside the Cambrian railway, Stonehouse Brewery focus is on a small but distinct range of beers made with the finest natural ingredients.
The Shropshire Brewer
They are a small craft brewery located in the beautiful Shropshire countryside and specialise in producing a small range of high quality real ales using only the finest raw materials. They currently have four permanent beers and produce seasonal specials when capacity allows. All the beers are carefully and lovingly handcrafted in their 5 Barrel brew house (that’s 1,440 pints) where they brew at least twice a week.
All the beers are named after Shropshire’s legends, be they mythical or real; they like to think of each ale they make as a celebration of the county’s wonderfully rich heritage.
The brew house is in a converted stable adjacent to the brewery tap, The Red Lion at Longden Common where all of the new ales are thoroughly tested by the pub’s regular clientele before being unleashed on the wider drinking community
Location – Clee Hills, South Shropshire
The Tipsy Tart is a small company owned by Elizabeth Grinker who from home produces infused liqueurs. What started off just making presents for friends has now turned into a full time job because of the continued demand. After much research, Elizabeth has developed a variety of infused vodkas / liqueurs which can be found at local markets, food & drink festivals and in very trendy cocktail and wine bars. All flavours can be bought in beautiful shaped bottles ranging from hearts, stars, the tipsy (slanted) and many more.
Location – Wistanstow, South Shropshire
They are a long-established real ale brewery, proud to design traditional beers in a great little brewery in the village of Wistanstow, on the edge of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
They’ve been brewing since 1980 and are one of the best-known brewers in the county.
Location – Wroxeter, south east of Shrewsbury
The Vineyard, a family business was planted in early 1991 on land adjacent to the Roman City of Uriconium (Wroxeter). The land on which the vineyard stands is part of a small holding (Glebe Farm) and has been in the family for over 60 years, some five generations have farmed the land.