The Royal Norfolk Show
so much to everyone who came to see us at the Royal Norfolk Show last week!
We were lucky enough to have both our marquee stand in the Food and Drinks Experience, and our lovely little mobile bar too!
It’s always such a delight to have the opportunity to see new and old faces, to have a chance to network with
the wonderful people of Norfolk about what we do. We love answering all your weird and wonderful questions about our beers and the brewing process, the wild flavours we create, and being able to allow people to taste our beers too.
It is also a fantastic opportunity to speak to other small, local businesses about what they do, and discuss opportunities for future collaborations and share ideas.
Without your support, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do, and we are truly thankful for ALL OF YOU.
Calling the COFFEE LOVERS...
Calling the coffee lovers - BREWbacca COFFEE is still available to buy!
Our Brewbacca Coffee is hand roasted here in Norfolk; it has a Rich, Earthy taste with hints of Dark Cocoa, Walnut and a lingering chocolate aftertaste. Our Coffee beans are sourced internationally from Ethiopia. Available in 125g pouches.
For the coffee lover in your life - why not pair it with some of our COFFEE IPA - Wild Espresso. A light IPA allowed to condition for two weeks on crushed Cameroon Boyo coffee beans, breakfast beer anyone?!
WILD THING is still available in cans and polypins! This extraordinary raspberry wheat beer is slightly pink in colour with a sweet, tarty finish to it. There is nothing quite like it, but due to the seasonal availability of raspberry crops, it is only available during summer months!
Come and see us?
Dont forget, whilst we are still at our current location you can still come and enjoy a pint (or three) in our lovely beer garden. Our current location is Foragers Rest, Coltishall Road, NR10 5JD. We have tables and chairs for you to rest, and enjoy the views of the farmlands around.
Once we have moved, it may be a little while before we can open our doors to the public, so come whilst you can and see the brewery where it all started. Please cycle, walk or car-share where possible as parking is limited at the moment.