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Beeston Brewery Ltd is registered in England. Co reg no 5409372 VAT no. 890 3505 22

Reg Office: Fransham Road Farm, Beeston, Kings Lynn, Norfolk. PE32 2LZ

Our range of beers at Beeston Brewery: (Click images for larger photo)
“The Squirrels Nuts” 3.5% ABV. Mild styled ale. Silver medal winner at the 2009 Norwich Beer Festival. Smooth dark & very tasty.
Squirrels
“Afternoon Delight” 3.7% ABV. An easy drinking blonde ale, suitable for a lunchtime refreshment or as an evening session beer. Can also be served slightly chilled from the bottle if desired.
Afternoon Delight
“Worth the Wait” 4.2% ABV. A taste packed golden beer, with a balance of hops to give a gentle bitterness & a refreshing citrus hint. Winner of Champion Beer at the 2007 Norwich Beer Festival! Also “Best selling beer of the festival” at the East Anglian beer festival in Bury St Edmunds.
Worth The Wait
“Stirling” 4.5% ABV Rich malty red bitter with toffee notes. A Commission brew for Branthill Farm (Our malting barley grower).
Sterling The Dry Road
“The Dry Road” 4.8% ABV. Superb India Pale Ale, crafted with single variety hops. Robust & refreshing.
“Village Life” 4.8% ABV.  This ale  is crafted from toasted malts and buckets full of fresh whole hops, to give a more bitter ale, with a ‘fresh baked’ malt character.
Village Life
All our beers are usually available in Cask, Bottles & Minicasks
“Old Stoatwobbler” 6% ABV. This beer was originally created and brewed by
Andy Mitchell at the Spectrum Brewery. He has now passed the secret recipe to Beeston Brewery, so that the legend of this strong black stout continues.
Old Stoat Wobbler
“Bloomers” 4% ABV. Originally a commissioned brew for Norwich in Bloom. Also joint overall Gold award winner at the 2012 Norwich Beer Festival. A light golden ale with citrus character.
Bloomers
“On the Huh” 5% ABV.  Champion Beer of Britain 2013 - Gold Champion in Strong Bitter Category.  This is an old style traditional strong bitter which is smooth, malty & full bodied. The name is a Norfolk colloquialism meaning a bit wonky or not quite straight. Objects may appear this way after a few pints! Voted Norfolk CAMRA Best Strong Bitter 2009.
On the Huh