Who brews Lidl craft beer?

Independent Edinburgh firm Stewart Brewing has signed a £400,000 contract to supply Lidly with three new craft ales. The supermarket first collaborated with husband and wife team Steve and Jo Stewart on Bright Lights by Stewart Brewing last September.

Where is Lidl Hatherwood beer brewed?

Initially brewed at Marston’s the beers are now produced at Shepherd Neame, although you probably wouldn’t realise that if you’re not a keen beer geek trained to ferret out such information. Hatherwood’s head brewer happens also to be Shepherd Neame’s, and the bottles are the same distinctive shape as theirs too.

Who brews Hatherwood golden goose?

Hatherwood Golden Goose (for Lidl UK) Wychwood Brewery Company Ltd

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Who brews green gecko IPA?

2. Brewed for Lidl UK. Brewed under Hatherwood Craft Beer Company title.

What alcohol does Lidl sell?

Our lager & cider range.

What is Hatherwood?

Hatherwood. Using the name Hatherwood Brewery, Wychwood brews beers exclusively for the UK supermarket Lidl.

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Which is the oldest brewery in England?

The Faversham Brewery is home to Shepherd Neame, Britain’s Oldest Brewer. Nestled in the medieval market town of Faversham in Kent, brewing has continued on this site for centuries.

Where is Lidl Argus beer made?

Argus French Lager from France – The best value for money If you’re looking for something cheap to sip on during the games then this French lager from Lidl is for you.

What beer do they sell in Lidl?

silver winners

  • The Crafty Brewing Company Irish red ale.
  • The Crafty Brewing Company Irish stout.
  • Czech lager.
  • Perlenbacher premium pilsner.
  • Sprint Light lager.

Where does Perlenbacher beer come from?

Lidl, Perlenbacher Premium Pils Despite the German label announcing: “Gebraut nach dem Deutschen Reinheitsgebot,” this is produced in France and is so dull and sweet, so lacking in a pilsner’s trademark dry hoppiness, that you could easily mistake it for a mainstream US beer.

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