Opened in February 2020, our taproom within the brewery offers the opportunity to try the beer from the source! The following opening dates are for the remainder of 2020 and are all on Saturdays between 3pm and 9:30pm
August 1st and 15th
September 5th and 19th
October 10th - cancelled due to COVID restrictions. Shop open 1-6pm
In addition to beer to sit in with we offer: a short hot food menu, snacks, wine, spirits & soft drinks. There is of course also the option to buy beer or merch to takeaway - a flavour of which can be found on our online store
Whether it is a trip, holiday or vacation away - locals or visitors to the area are welcome to a look around and learn more about the process in a short, informative and free tour.
If the dates above aren't what you had in mind us the Contact section to drop us an email and we will see what we can do!
Want to go that one step further and be a brewer for the day? -- SUSPENDED WHILE CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS ARE IN PLACE
BREWER FOR A DAY: £200 per person –
(5 hour duration approx). For more information please email!
Meet at Wasted Degrees for a brief overview of safety and what the day ahead will include. Tea, Coffee and biscuits on arrival.
You’ll spend a full day immersed in the brewing process with our brewer. Tea and coffee on demand with a hearty lunch and beer sampling provided. The brewday will begin with mashing in followed by an overview of the brewing process, the beer recipe and other considerations.
We will be brewing on our 1000L brewhouse – more than likely brewing an existing recipe. There is however the option to brew a bespoke 30L recipe at the same time – style, abv, ingredients and resultant recipe can be collaborated on and specified in advance. This service we offer as part of fee outlined.
Throughout the day you will sample beer from tank and keg – the train station is a short walk away or a designated driver on the end of the phone is always advised.
At the end of the day each person will be able to take 12x330ml or equivalent volume of beer away – with a further 12x330ml to follow in the mail once the beer brewed is fermented, conditioned and packaged (usually, 2 ½ weeks later).
The date is flexible to suit you.