The Brewery on a hop farm

The Hop Shed

Brewing Sustainably

Read up on our conscious credentials and find out how we're reducing waste, saving water and supporting our community

Award winning beer

Our beers are available for local delivery & UK wide shipping. Over the years our beers have won numerous awards including Great Taste & SIBA, so you know you're getting a quality brew!

Vegan Friendly

All of our bottled beers and mini casks are suitable for vegans. Unfortunately our cask ales are not yet, but we're working on it!

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Proudly uses 100% British Hops

The Hop Shed Brewery

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