Buxton Brewery, which started up in 2009 in owner Geoff Quinn’s garage on a home-made 50 litre kit, has this year completed a move to new premises and an expansion up to a 32 hecto-litre custom brew house and a high speed in-house bottling line. 2014 however, will maybe most remembered for the large number of new beers brewed by the small, seven-strong team, along with a whole host of collaborations with brewers such as To Öl, Evil Twin, Arizona Wilderness, Rooie Dop, Oersoep and Omnipollo.
Geoff, Denis, Colin and the whole team are excited to be bringing many of these new beers and collaborations along to Port Street for the Tap Takeover on December 9th. “We are particularly excited to be launching a new beer at Port Street, who have supported us brilliantly over the years; Battle Horse, a Double Black IPA weighing in at 11%. The whole team were involved in making this beer, as a celebration of reaching the 100th brew on the new kit. It will be kegged on the day of the event, and brought up on the train – thus ensuring a super fresh brew for the event!
The tap takeover will feature SEVEN casks and SIX keg lines! FULL list is HERE
Photo stolen from Buxton’s twitter.