Our beers… going from strength to strength
The first ever commercial ale brewed at Bradfield Brewery was Farmers Bitter on the 26th April 2005. It was first served to the public at The Nags Head, Loxley (now the brewery tap) and quickly followed by Farmer Stout and Farmers Pale Ale – both of which are still available today in bottles and keg as regular brews.
We first brewed a ‘special’ in July of that year Farmers Brown Cow and then came Farmers Blonde… little did we imaging that it would go on to become our most popular regular beer with approximately 50,000 pints sold each week!
Since those early days we have moved on to producing six regular brews along with seasonal and specials – all available to publicans in 9 and 18 gallon casks. On top of this our Farmers Pale Ale, Farmers Blonde, Farmers Brown Cow and Farmers Stout are also available in 11 gallon kegs.
For more information on our current range of fine ales please don’t hesitate to contact us here.
This is How we brew it!
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