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Brewery County Durham

The Stables Brewing Co

In the corner of the beautiful Stables courtyard is our authentic, fully operational micro brewery. Producing eight premium quality real ales which are served straight from keg to pump, it also supplies selected local businesses.

All of the Beamish ales are produced onsite by our Master Brewer and his assistant. The brewery team use only the highest quality ingredients and follow time-honoured, traditional methods to achieve a range of beers to suit every palate.

Bottle Gift Packs

Available from the bar, our three bottle gift packs are the ideal gift for the ale enthusiast. The packs are priced at £11

Mini Casks

All ales we produce are available as mini-casks. The perfect way to take the great taste home, the 9-pint casks are priced at £22.50

Brewery Tours

We offer three different brewery tour packages and should you wish to book yours, please contact us on 01207 288 750.

Beamish Bronze – A thirty minute tour led by one of our friendly and knowledgeable brewers, including two halves of beer at the Stables bar – £8.50 per person

Beamish Silver – Take the tour and then enjoy three halves at the bar as well as one of our delicious home-made burgers – £17.50 per person

Beamish Gold – The Bobby Dazzler of brewery tours; a tour, three lovely halves of beer, food and a 9 pint mini cask to take home with you – £45.00 per person

Our Ales

Beamish Hall Best Bitter (3.8% ABV)
Traditional Yorkshire bitter with slight toffee and green apple flavour.

Old Miner Tommy (3.7% ABV)
Very pale golden bitter, refreshing session ale.

Bobby Dazzler (4.2% ABV)
A golden premium made from lager malt and traditional English hops.

Bell Tower (5% ABV)
A strong rich dark stock ale with dark chocolate and coffee flavours.

Coppy Lane (4.2% ABV)

An Irish stout with coffee and dark chocolate flavours with a hint of liquorish.

Silver Buckles (4.4% ABV)
India pale ale. Light golden biscuit with a grapefruit finish.

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