Richmond Brewing Company, Richmond, North Yorkshire
Our finest Yorkshire ales are brewed on the banks of the River Swale at our six-barrel micro-brewery in the historic Georgian town of Richmond in North Yorkshire.
Visit us at the Station, a fantastic destination full of food artisans and attractions, where you can meet the brewer, take a tour and, of course, try our great-tasting beers.
AB InBev, Richmond-Upon-Thames, London
The Stag is the last working remnant of old school big brewing left in London. Monastic and domestic brewing at the abbey and manor house on this riverside site dates back at least to the 15th century. Two small commercial breweries were operating by 1765 which later merged to create the Star brewery. Watney bought the brewery in 1889 and used it for early experiments with pasteurised keg beer in the 1930s. In 1959 it became Watney’s main London brewery and was renamed the Stag following the demolition of the company’s original Stag brewery near Victoria station as part of a road scheme. It was once the main production plant for the notorious Watney’s Red keg bitter.
When Watney’s then parent Grand Metropolitan withdrew from brewing in 1991 the plant was sold to Courage (now Heineken), who first leased it and later sold it to Anheuser-Busch of St Louis, Missouri, and it was adapted to brew ‘American’ Budweiser in bottle and keg for the European market. A-B merged to form AB InBev in 2008.
Twickenham Fine Ales, Richmond-Upon-Thames, London
Twickenham Fine Ales is London’s oldest micro-brewery.
Founded by Steve Brown in 2004, so celebrating our 10th Anniversary this year, Twickenham has been at the forefront of the resurgence of breweries in London. Using global hops from a early stage, and only the purest of ingredients, Twickenham produces a fine range of well hopped, award winning beers.
Craft Beer Breweries Tour, Richmond, VA, USA
The Richmond Region is alive with more than a dozen breweries. From right downtown to out on the farm, we've got a brewery that's just your speed. Enjoy a brew on the patio at Virginia's oldest operating microbrewery, Legend Brewing Company. Stop by Hardywood Park for a Gingerbread Stout - a perfect 100 out of 100 on beeradvocate.com. Take a stroll on Lickinghole Creek's 220-acre farm, get wild with one of Strangeways' unique concoctions or sip under a hop vine at Center of the Universe. No matter what you're after, the Richmond Region has it.
Last updated 09/02/2015