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31st August 2017

Stroud Brewery set to take over Watershed, Bristol

In celebration of Organic September, Stroud Brewery are set to take over the bar taps next month at Watershed, Bristol’s iconic multi-arts venue.

This is the first time Stroud Brewery have hosted a tap take over in Bristol where they will be taking over all 5 taps at Watershed from the 10th – 17th September, with bottles and cans also available from the fridge.


Stroud Brewery are now dedicated to producing organic beers. Customers will have the chance to taste a range of 5 cask beers; Budding 4.5% organic pale ale, Tom Long 3.8% organic amber bitter, Alederflower 4.9% organic and unfined (vegan) elderflower infused pale ale, Lemon Session – 3.8% organic and unfined (vegan) citrus pale ale, Big Cat – 4.5% organic and unfined (vegan) stout. Watershed fridges will also feature a range of Stroud Brewery organic and vegan beer.


Greg Pilley, owner and MD of Stroud Brewery commented “We are delighted to be be working closely with Watershed, who share very similar values to ourselves. We are passionate about quality beer and deeply committed to sustainable development and pleased that we now get to share them with the people of Bristol. The organic standards we adhere to include not only the ingredients, but also how organic beer is made, packaged and traded. We very much look forward to seeing you there!”


Stroud Brewery will also host an invitation only ‘meet the brewer’ evening on the 11th September for trade and customers alike. Guests will be able to enjoy tasting the range of organic beers alongside some organic nibbles whilst chatting to the team about all things organic beer!

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For further information please contact PR & Marketing:

Rachel Davey


T: 07725118093


Notes to Editors:

  • Stroud Brewery is a dedicated organic brewery.
  • Stroud Brewery produces premium quality, multi-award winning, organic cask, keg, canned and bottled ales brewed using Cotswold grown barley traditionally malted at Warminster Maltings.
  • In addition to their core range they brew popular seasonal ales throughout the year.
  • They produce organic beer in cask, keg, bottles and cans for the UK market and for export.