The son of a singer with Led Zeppelin founded this brewery in London in 2011. In June 2018, it was announced that Heineken would be buying a minority stake in the brewery.
Run by brothers Keith and Dave Bott, this Staffordshire brewery was founded in 1985 and now proudly owns 8 pubs.
This North Yorkshire brewery was hatched in 1993 by Sean Franklin. The current owner is Ian Fozard and the brewery recently completed a move to a new site in Harrogate.
This brewery is scenically located on the shores of Esthwaite Water, just outside Hawkshead in the Lake District. The head brewer, Ian Thomson, is a proud Wiganer and a keen fan of Wigan Warriors.
This brewery is located on a farm on the shores of a loch in Scotland. Opened in 2001 by founders Jonny and Tuggy Delap. The brewery holds an annual beer festival which attracts over 2500 visitors.
This brewery got it's name from the middle names of the owner's two children. This Cheshire brewery was founded in 2010 by Toby and Caroline McKenzie and moved just a few hundred yards to a new location in 2015.
Richard Burhouse (aided by head brewer Stuart Ross) started this West Yorkshire brewery in 2011 in an old out-building of the family business (an importer of crystals and natural gifts). In 2012, it was voted 2nd best new brewery in the world by Ratebeer.com. In 2015 the brewery moved to a new facility featuring a 4,000 sqft Tap Room.
Russell Bisset and Brian Dickson, a former bar manager at The Grove in Huddersfield, founded this brewery in an old flax mill just a short walk from Leeds city centre.
This brewery was born in 1994 in the cellar of the Evening Star pub in Brighton. The brewery is named after a song by the band The Grateful Dead. The brewery, with a 45-barrel brewhouse, is now located in Partridge Green in West Sussex.
Patrick Morton, along with his father Hugh, founded this South Yorkshire brewery in 1996. In recent years, the range of core beers have expanded to include the Brewers Emporium range plus the Funk Dungeon barrel ageing and souring programme.
This London brewery was founded by Gregg Irwin and Bryan Spooner in 2013.