A Brewing Success: The Brew Foundation
Cementing Sheffield’s reputation as the beer capital of the UK, another local brewery has recently opened its doors, launching two beers before Christmas with a third promised for early this year. Casks of The Brew Foundation’s hoppy American pale ale First Light were supplied to a range of pubs, bars and restaurants across the city and sold out within a matter of hours at some venues over the festive season.
Founder James Eardley told Exposed: ‘Like many people, I’d often had the drunken conversation with friends and family about how great it would be to make our own beer. Well, I finally decided to take the plunge and do it. For me, flavour balance is key to decent beer. At the Brew Foundation our goal is to ensure that each beer we make leaves people wanting another pint of it. If our beer does that, then it’s all good.’
Sound like your kind of tipple? Here’s where you can find The Brew Foundation beers:
Pubs and restaurants:
Fat Cat, Kelham Island Tavern, Gardeners Rest, Shakespeare’s, The Beer Engine, The Students’ Union, Milestone, Craft and Dough, Wig and Pen, The Old Crown, The Brothers Arms, The Broadfield, the University Arms, The Anchorage, New Barrack Tavern, Trippets Lounge Bar, Yorkshireman Rock Bar, The Hallamshire House, The Bath Hotel, and Tap and Tankard.
Beer Central, Turner’s Bottle Shop, Beeches of Walkley, Starmore Boss, The Roco, The Dram Shop and The Beer Stop (Dronfield).