The world's tastiest microbrewery?
We have just installed a new microbrewery on-site at our Newbury facility. We love playing around with flavours and beer, so it was a no-brainer to get a brewery up and running.
This new equipment allows us to stress test our flavours on all types of beer that we brew up. Not to mention, it’s great for a Friday afternoon and staff parties.
Using flavours in the brewing process
Flavours have so many advantages to making life easier and cheaper in the brewing process. From adding juicy and citrus flavours to enhance beers, to deep chocolate and coffee notes for depth in dark beers. You can also totally transform the flavour of a beer with a brave flavour not tried in beer before.
Flavourings allow brewers to lower costs and enhance flavour with a simple drop of natural flavouring.
A flavour house owned and run by brewers
Mike Bagshaw explains “I’ve been brewing at home for over 20 years, and have always played around with flavourings. I make a mean bitter orange wheat beer, which always goes down well with my friends.”
“It got to a point where we saw so many breweries starting to use flavours that we had to take it to the next level. We wanted a straightforward flavour offering for brewers to use. We now have a brilliant range of flavours that work perfectly in many styles of beer.”
Request flavour samples to give it a go
Interested in flavours for your brewery, or fancy coming in to try out some flavours? Get in touch for a chat.