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Everards Brewery Relocation
From Brewery Liaison Officer, Keith Williams

Everards of Leicestershire began the move into their new offices and distribution depot from 28th June.  They continue to brew at their Castle Acres Brewery until 28th July 2017.  

After this date, the beers will be brewed elsewhere. They have conducted many tests in their laboratory and by blind tasting until satisfied that their beers taste as they should. These tests were carried out by Graham Giblet, Everards Head Brewer and Martyn Weeks, Head Brewer at Robinsons of Stockport and Neil Bain, Head Brewer at Joules of Market Drayton. The Everards beers will be brewed using Everards own materials and yeast, by their own brewing team at these breweries.  

Following these extensive flavour matchings, they have now contracted the brewing of their beers to these brewers while the move to the new premises takes place, however, beers from these breweries have already been sent to pubs during the testing. Robinsons will brew Beacon Hill and Tiger and Joules will brew Old Original and Sunchaser along with their Seasonal Beers. 

Stephen Gould, Everards Managing Director added that these are both trusted, experienced Family Brewers, he sees them as his “Pub Partners” so Everards Beers are in safe hands. 

By 18th August, they will have moved out of Castle Acres completely. Construction of their new Brewery will commence after the completion of the sale of Castle Acres. They hope to complete the new brewery within two years.

For more details about the new Everards Meadows site visit www.everardsmeadows.co.uk