regular cask ale breweries
George Wright Brewing Company
Since 2005 we have been producing and selling a wide range of fine quality beers and ales from what is probably the most advanced microbrewery in the UK. George Wright’s is a small independent craft brewery based in Rainford. Owned and run by award winning brewer Keith Wright the brewery produces a wide range of beers and ales available in Cask and Bottles.
Liverpool Organic Brewery
Liverpool Organic Brewery Limited was established in September 2008. The objective was a simple one, to produce great tasting beers using the best ingredients. This philosophy gave birth to the company's maxim "Quality over Compromise"
Burscough Brewing Company
Our aim is to brew high quality cask conditioned ale using only the finest malt, whole hops, yeast and water and without the addition of any artificial additives - a truly natural product to be enjoyed.
Y Bragdy Mws Piws / The Purple Moose Brewery
The Purple Moose Brewery is a '10-Barrel' micro-brewery based in the historic harbour town of Porthmadog, North Wales, close to the mountains of Snowdonia. Brewing commenced on 14th June 2005 with a one-off special pale ale at 3.5% called "No.1".
Big Bog Brewing Company
Big Bog Brewing Company has been established in the picturesque village of Waunfawr, North Wales, by award winning Master Brewer, Paul Jefferies. Bringing over 25 years of experience in the British and International Brewing Industry, Paul has set the brewery up to produce high quality and consistent cask ales, in a traditional environment, using the latest techniques.
Southport brewery was started in April 2004 by Paul Bardsley at an industrial unit in the town. Production started using a 2 barrel kit purchased from Buntingford Brewery in Hertfordshire. After 2 years, due to demand for the beers, the brewery increased to a 5 barrel brew length with equipment swapped with Poachers Brewery in Lincolnshire. We also have a new copper, purpose built by Vincent Johnson Brewing Equipment in Rochdale. In 2007 the last piece of the jigsaw was complete with 2 five barrel fermenting vessels bought from Bank Top in Bolton.