GENUINE COTSWOLD BREWERS
BEERS WITH TRADITION
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.
WATER, MALT, HOPS & YEAST
Malted Maris Otter Barley is delivered to the malt store on the top floor at the rear of the brewhouse and is dropped into the Mash Tun with heated water, or liquor, which we have the advantage of sourcing from our own natural Cotswold Spring. Liquor is the greatest part of beer, both in quality and quantity.
The resultant wort is run off from the mash tun into a gas-fired copper, and boiled with Herefordshire Goldings, Fuggles and other Traditional Hops. The wort is then cooled and collected in fermentation vessels, yeast is pitched, and after around seven days primary fermentation the finished beer is racked into casks and rolled into our vaulted cellar for conditioning.