Frodsham Brewery
*** SPECIAL OFFER *** - limited time only - selection boxes of real ale from Frodsham Brewery

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*Please note that the Brewery shop will not be open on Sundays until Easter 2016*

Frodsham Brewery has been brewing top quality real ales since 2005. It is based at Lady Heyes Craft Centre, Kingsley Road, Frodsham and the shop is open Monday to Saturday between 11am and 4pm. The shop was winner of North Cheshire CAMRA Real Ale Retailer of the Year 2012.

New from July 2014

Come and join us for a pint - 2 real ales on offer every day from 11am - only £2.50. Last orders 4pm.

What's at the shop?

  • Beer in bottles – a selection of 18 different beers.
  • Gifts for all – gift boxes of three, six or 12 bottles
  • Siphons (2 litre glass bottles) and flagons (2.4 litres)
  • Personalised bottles of beer – perfect for special occasions, birthdays or fun and memories
  • Glasses – Frodsham Brewery logo pint glasses
  • Beer engines and stillage hire for private functions
    and if the brewer isn’t busy he is available to talk about the brewing process.

New Beers

We are constantly reviewing our range and introducing new beers. In 2014 we introduced 3 new beers, which have very quickly become firm favourites with our regular customers.

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ABV 4.4%

Dark chocolate ale with lemon and ginger flavours.

Where did the name come from?
The name is simple it comes from the ingredients – Chocolate, Lemon & Ginger.

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Old Fort Ale
ABV 3.7%

A traditional Old English Ale. Mildly hopped using all English malts and hops.

Where did the name come from?
This ale is named after Frodsham's Hill Fort heritage. These were defended settlements that sprung up nearly 3000 years ago in the early Iron Age. Many of which can be found along the Sandstone trail.

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Frodsham Porter
ABV 4.1%

A traditional Porter with coffee and toffee.

Where did the name come from?
Porter is a dark style of beer originating in London in the 18th century. It descended from brown beer, a well-hopped beer made from brown malt. The name is thought to have come from its well known popularity street and river porters.



Frodsham Brewery is the trading name of Catt & Davidson Ltd.