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This brewery started in June 1997 located at Unit 4 Shelf House, New Farm Road, Alresford. A 20 barrel brewplant is used. The brewery moved to it's current address during late spring 2006 with the first brew their being on 26th June 2006.

Brewery Website: www.itchenvalley.com
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Opened in 1990 at the Fat Cat pub using the 10 barrel plant formerly at the Oxford Bakery and Brewhouse. A new purpose built and much expanded brewhouse on a car park next to the pub was opened in April 1999.

Brewery Website: www.kelhambrewery.co.uk
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Brewing started in March 1994 using a 2 barrel brewplant which was situated in an old wash house behind Bentley Brook Inn,Fenny Bentley, Ashbourne. During autumn 2007, the brewery was closed in preparation for it moving and brewing was taking place at Falstaff. In spring 2008 the brewery reopened located at The Green Man and Blacks Head Royal Hotel, 10 St John Street, Ashbourne. In March 2011 the brewery moved out of this site and is currently brewing at Tap House.
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Brewing started in 1828 and the brewery is now in the 6th generation of ownership by the same family

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/245

Brewery Website: http://www.jwlees.co.uk
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Started brewing in 1834 as Marston's. Following a merger and takeover by 1905 it was known as its current name. It was taken over by Wolverhampton & Dudley in 1999. It is the only brewery left using the Burton Union system.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/452
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In 1994 a museum was opened in part of the main Bass brewery. As part of this a recreation of a Victorian 7 barrel tower brewplant was included using many authentic pieces of equipment. Although it was intended as a static exhibit, in December of that year the plant started brewing and is used to produce recreations of beers no longer brewed. These were generally sold under the name of the defunct brewery or as Museum Brewery Company. A number of third parties also brew beer of the plant. It is now owned by MolsonCoors. In 2010 it was relaunched as The White Shield Brewery.

Brewery Website: www.worthingtonswhiteshield.com
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