With a 2,000-year heritage of brewing beer, Britain’s independent brewers maintain the provenance of this world-famous craft through a rich blend of traditional brewing methods and modern, state-of-the-art techniques.
We’re proud to represent some of Britain’s most established independent breweries, taking their most traditional and innovative beers to discerning drinkers around the world.
British heritage, international appeal
From gluten-free, bottle-conditioned and organic brews, to seasonal ales, wholesome stouts and bottled beers for niche tastes; our hand-picked portfolio of beers salutes the British origins of traditional brewing heritage, whilst being innovative enough to meet the varied tastes of drinkers from international markets.
Our independent beer brewers
With a team of shire horses still delivering beer locally, Wadworth has been brewing for over 140 years and is famed for its range of premium ales. Using 95% British ingredients in every bottle, its range of beers offer the depth of taste synonymous with traditional brewing practices, with a range of resonant stories and ABVs which satisfy international tastes.
A sustainable, independent cask and bottle-conditioned brewer of traditional British-style ales. Wye Valley Brewery is at the very centre of a rural farming community. Part-powering its brewhouse with renewable energy, this responsible brewery sources 80% of its hops from local farms within a ten-mile radius.
Brewed using mainly Cotswold grown malting barley and the best quality organic hops, Stroud Brewery crafts unique & organic cask or bottle conditioned beers. As well as being certified organic, Stroud Brewery’s range is also certified vegan and its award-winning beer is available in a number of retail formats.
Certified organic by the British Soil Association, this traditional British ale is crafted using sweet gale, a historical brewing ingredient used before the cultivation of hops. Hailed as a premium bottled ale with a uniquely historical twist, LionHeart is inspired by the legend surrounding iconic King Richard I of England.
Arkell’s has been brewing its range of premium ales from the same brewhouse for over 170 years. Sourcing Britain’s finest barley and hops, Arkell’s produces a number of award-winning ales as part of its core range, including honey-infused organic golden ale and other regional favourites.