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Started brewing based in an old bakery at Minty's Yard, New Street, Ringwood in April 1978. A 10 barrel brewplant was installed. Moved to the current location, previously part of Stephen Tunk's Brewery, in 1986. In 1995 the plant was expanded to 125 barrel brewlength

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/205

Brewery Website: www.ringwoodbrewery.co.uk
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There is a long history to brewing at this site. Brewing originally started here in approximately 1850 by Robert Cain & Co. In 1923 they merged with Walker's of Warrington and brewing was switched to the Warrington site and the brewery sold to Higson's Brewery. Higson's themselves were taken over by Boddingtons in 1985 and the brewery was closed in 1990. However a local company, better know for the canning of beer, GB Breweries, brought the brewery for it's modern canning facilities but also quickly restarted brewing cask ales under the current name. In 1991, with an injection of cash necessary, the company became a division of Bryggerigruppen A/S, the Danish brewers most famous for Faxe. The brewery was put up for sale at the start of 2002. The brewery and pubs were taken over by West Midlands based food and drink company Gardener-Shaw for UKP3.4m at the beginning of July 2002. Went into receivership in the summer of 2008, but were repurchased by the original owners.

Brewery Website: www.cains.co.uk
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Samuel Smith's brews at a small, traditional British brewery, the oldest brewery in Yorkshire. The well at the Old Brewery, sunk in 1758, is still in use. Today, Samuel Smith's continues to trade as an independent family brewery

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/485
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Scottish Courage was formed when in 1995 Scottish & Newcastle purchased the Courage brewing interests from the Australian brewing group Fosters. This resulted in the closure of a number of breweries and left the following breweries in operation:
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Brewing started in 1698, coming under the control of Samuel Shepherd in 1741, this brewery claims to be the oldest continuous brewery in the UK. Over the years the plant has been continuously updated with a new brewhouse being opened in 2000.

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Brewery Website: www.shepherd-neame.co.uk
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The owners of the Tipsy Toad in Jersey sold up and moved to the mainland and started brewing in July 1997. The 25 barrel brewplant was previously at Aberdeenshire Ales.

Brewery Website: www.skinnersbrewery.com
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Founded by Walter Hick in 1851 as a wine merchants and started brewing in 1860, this brewery is still in the ownership of the same family. The brewery was rebuilt in 1891.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/510

Brewery Website: www.staustellbrewery.co.uk
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Brewing recommenced at this pub, which used to have a brewhouse, at Easter 1990. A 3½ barrel brewplant is situated in what used to the town's bakery.
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The oldest surviving brewery in Lancashire started brewing in 1807. A new modern brewery was built in 1966. Unfortunately many of Thwaites pubs now do not sell real ale and the range of cask beers produced has been reduced in the last 10 years.

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Brewery Website: www.thwaites.co.uk
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This brewery started brewing in October 1998. The brewery was originally based on Thwaite Road, Ditchingham, Bungay but moved to its current location towards the end of 2001.
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