The Beer

Here are just some of the outstanding craft breweries to be joining us at Craft Theory Festival 2017…

www.sirencraftbrew.comSIREN CRAFT BREW – FINCHAMPSTEAD, BERKSHIRE
Our desire is to discover ways to excite people’s curiosity and share our knowledge of our craft. We believe all beer drinkers should be able to enjoy craft beer as wine drinkers enjoy the finest wines.

www.butchers-tears.comBUTCHER’S TEARS – AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Butcher’s Tears is a small brewery located on a canal side in Amsterdam-Zuid, set up by pilgrims from the north lands as a base port for voyages on the seven foaming seas of gold. Visit our proeflokaal, a haven to clear your senses from the blur.

www.arborales.co.ukARBOR ALES – BRISTOL
Brewing beers in the fine city of Bristol since 2007. All of our beers are brewed with the intention of creating something we’ll enjoy drinking ourselves and, more importantly, something we’re proud to put our name to. In a world of endless possibilities, we try to explore as many of them as possible, which is why to date we’ve brewed in excess of three hundred different beers: some of them regulars, the odd few occasionals, and far too many one-offs to remember let alone try to name!

www.hawksheadbrewery.co.ukHAWSHEAD – LAKE DISTRICT, CUMBRIA
We brew all sorts: thirst quenching session beers; big hopped modern pale ales; IPAs; malty red ale; lager; deep dark stout and beer it is hard to classify. We use Maris Otter malted barley, luscious new world hops and traditional English ones. We use fruit and spices. We age in wood.

www.wildweatherales.comWILD WEATHER ALES – SILCHESTER, BERKSHIRE
Boom!   Came the sound of the thunder, and as the rain came down like beads bouncing from the mash tun, Wild Weather Ales was born! Brewed in Silchester (just outside of Reading for the geographically challenged) and drawing inspiration from new world hops, Germany’s malts and beer styles from across the globe, we vow to make your drinking experience as enjoyable as our brewing. Now with our own on site canning line, collaborations with who we feel are some of the UK’s most inspirational brewers, and being more and more readily available nation-wide (Not to mention export plans) Wild Weather is experiencing Wild Growth.

www.timeandtidebrewing.co.ukTIME AND TIDE BREWING – EASTRY, KENT

Time and Tide Brewing – the home of creative drinking. Our mission is to bring you incredible flavours that excite your palate and make you smile. The mind-blowing potential of beer makes it the perfect medium for us. We love to innovate and excite – taking inspiration from anywhere and everywhere – limited only by our own imaginations.

Creating and experimenting are passions at Time and Tide, discovering new ways to bring you amazing beer with distinctive twists. Sometimes you have to think a little outside the box to create something extraordinary!

www.gyle59.co.ukGYLE 59 – THORNCOMBE, DORSET

Spring fed, log powered, propane driven, unfined, hazy crazy artisan beers.  We want you to notice what you are drinking.  All our beers are created with one thing in mind – flavour. We are lucky enough to have a unique supply of spring water which we are using to good effect allowing the many different qualities of our ingredients to shine through.

www.brewheadz.comBREWHEADZ – TOTTENHAM HALE, LONDON

Independent mircrobrewery in Tottenham Hale, Haringey, producing unpasteurised and unfiltered hand-crafted beers that we love to drink and enjoy with our friends.  We are driven by one common passion “beer”.  You will find us experimenting with recipes at Rosebury Industrial Park.