Brewing at Uley began in 1833 at Price's Brewery. After a long gap, the premises was restored and Uley Brewery opened in 1985. The brewery has its own spring water, which is used to mash with Warminster Maris Otter malt and boiled with Hereford hops. No sugar or additives are added.
Click here for more on the Brewery's history, or here for ingredients and our brewing process.
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NEWS31st March, 2020
We want to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who has supported us over the last week by buying our beer!
We still have a large stock of all your favourite ales and are selling 9 pint minipins (cans) and 40 pint polypins (boxes) for collection,
and next-day delivery where posssible. Restrictions may apply.
Call us on 01453 860 120, Monday-Friday before 2pm.
All the best, and stay safe.
The Uley Team
Dont forget to follow us on Instagram and Facebook (@uleybrewery).
How long will it last? It is at its best for a week or so, but some drinkers have found it may last a little longer...
*Nine gallon 'Firkins' (72 pint casks) of sedimented beer may also be ordered. These require 3 or 4 hours to settle bright. A £50 deposit is charged for the safe return of the cask and tap.
Payment: Cash, or cheques payable to Uley Ales Ltd
WE DO NOT COMPROMISE ON QUALITY
We are Genuine Cotswold Brewers.