The growth in demand for Cask beer has created a new opportunity for Britain’s farmers.The Cask beer market has proven to be an attractive alternative to traditional Farming .During 2012 JBD has manufactured and installed new cask breweries in three rural locations, and these new breweries have proven so successful that one of these Breweries is already looking to expand their capacity as they strive to meet demand for their beers. To highlight the opportunity JBD has decided to place an advertisement in the National Farmer publication for the first time, with the intention of highlighting this opportunity for diversification and in the hope that more farmers will see the opportunity to improve the profitability of their farm that Cask Beer Brewing offers.
Old Dinky MashTun out & new 25brl brewhouse in after some judicious use of the shoehorn @ExeterBrewery @phildaulby & Andrew enjoying Devon 😎2
‘NOT-SO-TINY’ REBEL…THANK YOU!
It’s a very proud moment when we look at this photo, remembering that 8 years ago Gazz and I were just home-brewing in my dads garage.
Read all about our EXPANSION plans here - https://t.co/SqZ7hJSDZ6
Some bastartd stole 25 @KegstarKegs from us last night. If they show up to flog you them let me know @BeavertownBeer @PressureDropBrw @OneMileEnd @RedemptionBrew
All systems are go in the #backtowork #brewery.
How are you all going after the long weekend? Can you remember what you do? Where your office is?
- Farm Yard Ales
- Phew! Phil and Andrew hero’s of the day, again at Vocation Brewery!
- Northern Whisper Brewery Open Day
- Two New Cylindro-Conical FVs for Orbit Brewery
- Serious Brewing, Rochdale, 10HL new brewery installation November 2015
- Tiny Rebel Champion Beer of Britain 2015!
- Vocation Brewery Spring 2015
- Peerless Brewery’s new 25 brl
- Great Yorkshire Brewery’s 30 brl
- Tiny Rebel Expansion