BUILT ON TRADITION

Nestled in the small market town of Bishop’s Castle, Shropshire, our 17th-century brewery holds tradition in the highest regard, which is why our real ales are made the traditional way and crafted with the finest ingredients to give each one its own unique Three Tuns Brewery flavour.

FROM PRODUCTION TO PINT

In our quest to embrace tradition, we are fortunate enough to brew our beer in a classic, miniature Victorian tower, meaning the beer is not only moved by gravity, but each brew captures the essence and history of its unique surroundings.

Before your beer reaches you, it begins its journey in the original Grade II listed brewhouse which is now our fermentation room. This is where the Three Tuns Brewery yeast (a one-of-a-kind strain developed over the last 125 years) is added to the mix. Weaving its own magic, it casts the spell that makes our real ales legendary.

TODAY AND TOMORROW

We’re committed to continuing to maintain our brewing on-site and after extensive refurbishment over the last decade, it’s our honour to uphold the heritage of what we consider to be one of the birthplaces of beer.