Located high in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and at the top of the North Downs Way, Titsey Brewing Co takes its inspiration from the history and heritage of the Titsey Estate where it is based.
While this microbrewery near Warlingham started small in 2017, head brewer Craig Vroom has big ambitions for its future and his first three beers, Gower Wolf, Leveson Buck and Gresham Hopper, have already proven popular with drinkers.
With alcohol levels below 4% ABV across the range, Titsey's tipples make for perfect session beers that are still packed full of character and flavour.
A former lager drinker who was converted to real ale by drinking modern day keg beers, Craig also produces a carbonated version of his Leveson Buck which gives it an extra refreshing kick.
With beers currently ranging from a best bitter to a session IPA, you can find out more about Titsey Brewing Co's full selection here.
Having escaped the city for the countryside, there's nothing (other than brewing) that founder Craig loves more than hurtling down the area's mountain biking tracks and heading off for adventures in the hills.
And 2018 promises to be a year to celebrate in this corner of the countryside, with the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty celebrating its 60th anniversary this year and the North Downs Way marking its 40th.
Expect to see Titsey Brewing Co's beers popping up at more pubs and micropubs in the Surrey and Kent area, in particular, as well as at beer festivals and events across the country.
Local Food Surrey says
Titsey Brewing Co is the latest chapter in the fascinating history of the Titsey Estate. They have embraced the heritage of this beautiful corner of the Surrey Hills to make delicious beers.
With Craig's adventurous spirit and the inspiration they are pouring into their brews, we're sure this is only the start of the journey for Titsey Brewing Co.
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