Dunscar Bridge Brewery
Dunscar Bridge Brewery is a microbrewery on the edge of the West Pennines in Lancashire.
They started life in 2009 with a small 4.5 brewers’ barrel brewery situated in the Brewhouse Pub in Dunscar with a simple ethos to produce interesting and exciting full flavoured hand-crafted ales, using only the finest malt and hops.
In May 2012 production was up scaled to a 25 brewers’ barrel plant situated in the former Dunscar Bleachworks. This fine stone building is a legacy from the industrial revolution; an era of great creativity, innovation and massive productivity.
Paul Beaver has helped develop a series of bespoke, hand-crafted ales for the Royal Yeomanry, to celebrate Captain E M (Winkle) Brown’s 94th birthday and the Dambusters’ Dinner in the House of Commons. Through Monty’s Messenger, which will star on the label of a forthcoming brew, aviation heritage is very much to forefront.
Dunscar Bridge Brewery are pleased to announce the arrival of our brewery tours for Spring 2013.
Tours will commence on Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th April at 7pm and run every Wednesday & Thursday evening thereafter.
Please visit their website for more info.
Paul Beaver @ RT @ArcticRed: @FASTmuseum : 1 June 1964 – The Kenyan Air Force is established. Greetings to all the RAF team that started the KAF
Paul Beaver @ Fascinating morning yesterday - saw new Lincolnshire Bomber Memorial spire proposal right next to @LincsBCM @NX611JustJane
Paul Beaver @ RT @BicesterH: The northern avenue at BH starts to remember which season it is... http://t.co/OBDztVULxz