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Wickham Beer Festival is famous for its wide range of local ales and ciders from local and further afield. Just take a look. To view the by ales click here. ||
Bowman Ales Ltd[Visit our website here]
Bowman Ales is a micro brewery based near Droxford in Hampshire, producing award-winning real ales such as Swift One and Wallops Wood. You can enjoy our beers in pubs all over the South of England and further beyond.
Elderado 3.5%% ( Ale )
Swift One 3.8%% ( Ale )
Meon Valley Bitter 3.9%% ( Ale )
Yumi 3.9%% ( Ale )
Wallops Wood 4.0%% ( Ale )
Lapwing 4.0%% ( Ale )
Kennet and Avon Brewery[Visit our website here]
Kennet & Avon Brewery Ltd began brewing and selling beer in March 2013, initially in cask only with bottles following in June 2013.
Rusty Lane 4.4%% ( Ale )
Caen Hill Hop 5.0%% ( Ale )
Savernake 5.3%% ( Ale )
Andwell Brewery[Visit our website here]
Andwell Brewing Company is a true family business, run by Adam Komrower and his wife, Helen. Andwell’s brewed its first beer in October 2008. Since then, Andwell’s has established a reputation for consistently producing beers of the highest quality.
Gold Muddler 3.9%% ( Ale )
King John 4.2%% ( Ale )
King Beer[Visit our website here]
We are dedicated team in a micro brewery with big ideas. We combine traditional brewing heritage with modern innovative styles.
Brighton Blonde 3.9%% ( Ale )
Poacher's Moon 4.1%% ( Ale )
Upham Brewery[Visit our website here]
Upham Brewery was set up in 2009, in the heart of the South Downs, not far from Winchester. Our fine real ales are crafted in the grounds of a picturesque, seventeenth century farmstead by a small and dedicated team.
Sprinter 3.8%% ( Ale )
1st Drop 4.2%% ( Ale )
Red Cat Brewing[Visit our website here]
Red Cat Brewing was set up with the singular aim of creating stunning craft ales.
Prowler Pale 3.6%% ( Ale )
Tom Cat 4.7%% ( Ale )
Goddards[Visit our website here]
In 1993 Goddards began with a 15 barrel brew-length plant, installed in a fine old barn at the Farm – the first brew was racked off that Spring, just in time for the tourist season.
Wight Squirrel 4.3%% ( Ale )
Fuggle Dee Dum 4.8%% ( Ale )
Alfred's Brewery[Visit our website here]
Alfred’s Brewery is a Hampshire based microbrewery founded by husband and wife Steve and Isabelle Haigh in 2012.
Saxon Bronze 3.8%% ( Ale )
Flack Manor[Visit our website here]
Flack Manor Brewery is an independent brewery based in Romsey, Hampshire. Set up in December 2009, Flack Manor aims to bring quality cask brewing back to Romsey using the traditional method of Double Dropping.
Double Drop 3.7%% ( Ale )
Hedge Hop 4.9%% ( Ale )
Longdog Brewery[Visit our website here]
Longdog Brewery beers are all made from natural ingredients and reflect Phil’s passion for well balanced beers designed to be refreshingly easy to drink.
Bunny Chaser 3.5%% ( Ale )
Kismet 4.5%% ( Ale )
Mash[Visit our website here]
Our craft beers are lovingly brewed using ingredients from around the world with natural Hampshire water.
Pale 3.8%% ( Ale )
Irving & Co Brewers Ltd[Visit our website here]
Irving and Co brings the welcome return of brewing to Portsmouth and a new brewery to excite the taste buds of drinkers in Hampshire, Sussex and beyond.
Thai Me Up 3.8%% ( Ale )
Iron Duke IPA 5.3%% ( Ale )
Havant Brewery[Visit our website here]
We are a Micro Brewery run by husband and wife team, Mike and Caroline Charlton. Opened for business in April 2009 brewing handcrafted real Ales.
A Ha 3.7%% ( Ale )
Five O 5.0%% ( Ale )
Clearwater[Visit our website here]
During the last three years, Clearwater’s reputation for distinctive, quality beers has expanded from its heartland in north Devon to the whole county, neighbouring counties and now much further afield across parts of England and Wales.
Honey Beer 3.7%% ( Ale )
Devon Dympsy 4.0%% ( Ale )
Blue Monkey Brewery[Visit our website here]
Blue Monkey Brewery was first established by John Hickling & Trevor Vickers (Nephew & Uncle) in 2008 in Ilkeston, a town in the UK situated roughly half-way between Nottingham and Derby.
Marmoset 3.6%% ( Ale )
Suthwyk Ales[Visit our website here]
Brewed entirely from barley grown on their own farm on Portsdown Hill. Brewing was part of history in Southwick until 1957 when the last master brewer retired, now the Brewhouse has reopened as a Bottle-conditioned real ale outlet.
Old Dick 3.8%% ( Ale )
Skew Sunshine Ale 4.6%% ( Ale )
Sheffield Brewery co[Visit our website here]
The Sheffield Brewery Company launched its first beers on 20th January 2007 at the brewery tap, The Gardeners Rest in Neepsend.
Five Rivers 3.8%% ( Ale )
Crucible Best 3.8%% ( Ale )
Wessex Brewery 
Established in 2001 and moved to its current location in 2004. Now supplying to 15 local outlets, beers are also available through selected wholesalers. Seasonal beers are also produced.
Tooth Decay 3.8%% ( Ale )
Electyle Dysfunction 7.0%% ( Ale )
Brass Castle[Visit our website here]
Brass Castle Brewery mashes grains, boils hop charges, pitches yeast, racks into casks and does an awful lot of cleaning, right in the centre of Malton. The result is a range of award-winning beers that find their way all around the UK.
Burnout 5.8%% ( Ale )
 
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