Our members are a valued part of our community. In fact, it is they who strengthen the work of the cooperative every day. Here is a brief introduction about our members. Their contact details are also mentioned here, for your benefit. The beers produced by them are available in different pubs and restaurants. One can also find them online or purchase directly from the brewery.
Located in Shefford, this brewery started in 1982 with the objective of making the finest cask ales with the best ingredients. Using traditional and specialized techniques, the brewery continues to make delicious ales and offers 30 kinds of beers to customers. It also offers seasonal specials and reaches customers through many outlets.
Calling itself as ‘Beer inspired’, this brewery is located in Cambridge, and is noted to have been the first independent brewery to have opened there. Started in 1997, it specializes in offering a premium and bottled variety of draught beers to its customers. Having won many awards, its products are available in various pubs across the region.
Established in 2009, this microbrewery is located in the Cambridgeshire village of Buckden. One of the few names creating bottled real ale, their ales are double-fermented, which allows beers to be full-flavoured and have a natural effervescence. With three beers being their primary products, the couple that runs the microbrewery has plans to expand the range and provide more variants along with their already successful products.
Offering a wide variety of delicious ales, this brewery started operations in 1985. Operating behind a chicken shed in the early years, the success of their brew led them to become bigger in 1990. As more products, specialised techniques, expertise and experience started playing vital roles, people pitched in and helped create the actual brewery.
Having started operations in 1991, the Fat Cat Pub has attracted many customers over the years. Offering a range of real ales, bottled beers, draught continentals, ciders and perries are also available here. this pub and brewery has gained prominence over the years, and is also known for its fun and quirky merchandise that it offers.
Located in Cromer, Northfolk, this brewery started in the late 1970s, and changed its management in 2019. Voted as the Northfolk bottled beer champion in 2016 and 2017, it offers a great variety of beers and seasonal specials, and adds to its quirky mix with the new management in place.