Norfolk beer – it’s in the blood you know

It’s great to be working with another local supplier for our latest new beer offering – Nelson’s Orange Ale, a fruity, light amber ale generously infused with blood orange. Now, we have Mark at the Nelson and Norfolk Tea Co. to thank for this creation, as when we used...
We’re ‘hoppy’ to report good progress

We’re ‘hoppy’ to report good progress

Rachel and myself had a great evening the other night as we popped along to meet Ian and the other chaps from The Sheringham Horticultural Society to check on how our hop garden was coming along. The good news is that all but 3 of the 30+ hop bines have taken well and...

From charity fest to the biggest beer festival of them all…

The Norfolk Brewhouse is to have one of our beers – Moon Gazer Gold IPA – showcase North Norfolk beers at this year’s Great British Beer Festival (GBBF). The GBBF is the biggest beer festival in the country and takes place at Olympia, in London 8-12 August. However,...
An endearing fruity new beer

An endearing fruity new beer

OK, before we go any further I have to be honest and say that I didn’t really know the definition of Redneck when its name was suggested to me by Carl at The Rose, in Norwich. After all, the beer was a special beer for him and partner Dawn to welcome them back to the...

Oolong do ya have to wait for a tea beer?

Well, the cheesy answer is not long now as our latest new brew – an Oolong bronze ale will be heading to pubs at the end of June. Lots of you will hopefully remember our coffee beer with fondness, the aptly named HopBean IPA. That beer was a collab with Martin from...