Genuine Cotswold Ale

 

Gallery
(Click on the pictures for a larger image)

Chas on the steps of Uley Brewery - click for larger pic
Chas on the steps of Uley Brewery
The Old Brewery - click for larger pic
The Old Brewery
The Victorian Brewery - click for larger pic
The Victorian Brewery
The Brewery Mouse - click for larger pic
The Brewery Mouse
The Brewery Painting - click for larger pic
The Brewery Painting
Brewery Bar at Frocester 2002 - click for larger pic
Brewery Bar at Frocester 2002
Our Ric! - click for larger pic
Our Ric!
Music at the Holly Bush! - click for larger pic
Music at the Holly Bush!
Harry, the Brewery Dog! - click for larger pic
Harry, the Brewery Dog!
Lisa at the Woolie - click for larger pic
Lisa at the Woolie
HB Pump - click for larger pic
HB Pumps
Ken, our Chief Brewer! - click for larger pic
Ken, our Chief Brewer!
Music at the Old Crown - click for larger pic
Music at the Old Crown
Relaxing in the Brewery Yard - click for larger pic
Relaxing in the Brewery Yard
Chas with Claude Arkell of Donnington Brewery - click for larger pic
Chas with Claude Arkell of Donnington Brewery
An overview of Uley - click for larger pic
An overview of Uley
The infamous portrait of Chas - click for larger pic
The infamous portrait of Chas
Chas with the Bishop of Gloucester - click for larger pic
Chas with the Bishop of Gloucester


 

 


Chas with Claude Arkell

When Uley Brewery was reopened in 1985 we were very fortunate indeed to have the help and advice of Claude Arkell, the doyenne of Cotswold Brewers, and the owner of the renowned Donnington Brewery. Mr Arkell has kept an avuncular eye on us ever since.
Music

Most of us at Uley Brewery are musicians of various persuasions, and we have a long tradition of supporting live music, be it The Amadeus Orchestra, conductor Phillip Mackenzie, or the Old Spot Pickers, pictured here at a jam session at the Old Crown Inn, Uley.
Hand pumps

In our workshop we rebuild traditional cabinet beer engines to be refitted in traditional pubs; so much better than the modern clip-on ones!
The Woolpack, Slad

Famed as Laurie Lee's local inn, the Woolpack is home to an eclectic bunch of drinkers. Shown here is Lisa, the barmaid. Marco Pierre White is being rogered by Harry, the Brewery Dog
Ken Lush

Ken Lush is the head brewer, and a famed left handed bass player with Short Elbow and Texas Eagle. He is also the L in LVT, and 50% of the Drunken Brewers on Tour, the other half being the one and only Jody Veal, the Brewery logistics chief!

We see him here in a contemplative mood in the George Inn, Nailsworth.
Chas Wright

Has nasty habit of playing melodeons and concertinas in public houses. Here our spy camera has caught him in the Holly Bush in Alcester, Warwickshire. Fortunately the locals have lots of Uley Bitter to relieve the pain.
Visiting the Brewery

Visitors to brewery have to be very brave, as they may get shouted at. However, we have had such illustrious visitors as The Bishop of Gloucester and Ric Sainty.

The eponymous Old Ric Beer may be consumed at the Old Spot Inn, Dursley.