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Northern Monk Brew Co.

Since the 7th century AD monks across the whole of Europe have produced and sold beer, life-sustaining, thirst quenching beer. In 1086, the Domesday book records the brewing of almost 70,000 gallons of ale by monks, whilst Fountains Abbey in Yorkshire once brewed 60 barrels of strong ale every 10 days. Read our story & browse our products

Buxton Brewery

Yellow Belly is available now in limited numbers, so we can only accept a maximum of six bottles per person.

Derbyshire's Buxton Brewery are one of the UK's highest regarded breweries. They have an amazing range of ever-changing beers on EeBria, keep checking back for their new specials (but watch out as they don't tend to stick around for long).

Head Brewer Colin Stronge is producing some hugely exciting beers across a range of styles from the incredible 'Axe Edge' IPA to the barrel aged imperial stout 'Tsar Bomba'. Read our story & browse our products

Oakham Ales

Founded in 1993, Oakham Ales is one of the most respected names in craft brewing with a worldwide reputation for its innovative approach and for the quality and consistency of its brews. Over 200 major awards have been won by the brewery’s superb beers .

Oakham's signature brews are light gold in colour, hoppy, full of flavour and very refreshing - contemporary beers appealing to a wide spectrum of consumers worldwide.

Production Director John Bryan makes regular trips to the USA to personally select the hops used in our beers - ensuring that we stay at the very forefront of craft ale brewing. Read our story & browse our products

Kernel Brewery

England's Best Brewery - RateBeer Best Awards 2014

The brewery springs from the need to have more good beer. Beer deserving of a certain attention. Beer that forces you to confront and consider what you are drinking. Upfront hops, lingering bitternesses, warming alcohols, bodies of malt. Lengths and depths of flavour. Read our story & browse our products

Brass Castle

New to EeBria! - 20th February 2015

Brass Castle Brewery mashes grains, boils hop charges, pitches yeast, racks into casks and does an awful lot of cleaning, right in the centre of Malton. The result is a range of award-winning beers that find their way all around the UK. All the beer produced at Brass Castle is vegan and vegetarian friendly and they even produce a gluten-free beer: Hoptical Illusion. Read our story & browse our products