there were ONCE TWO friends
BREWING IN A BARN...
We shall continue to offer deliveries and pre-ordered collections from the brewery, however, following the Government announcements the tap room will not open until current restrictions are lifted.
to order beer direct from the Brewers
please note, no deliveries at weekends as we tend to be out at farmers markets/snoozing...zzzz/or with our families
Anne Jackson & Steve Taylor [the GB’s] would like to solve all your Christmas gift worries…a tall order.
To manage expectations and to keep it as simple as possible we are offering three formats of tasty craft beer.
Mixed cases of x12 500ml bottles,
Gift packs [x3 & x6 bottles]
9 Pint Mini-Kegs.
All are naturally conditioned and fresh.
The minimum order for Christmas delivery is £20 with free local delivery within 5 miles of the Brewery. We are
extending this service to within 5 miles of Ripley Farmers Market and will aim to deliver a few days before.
The last order will be taken on Friday 18th December. We shall confirm availability and ask you to pre-pay
by BACS or we can invoice using SumUp and you pay on-line.
If you are thinking of sending a gift further afield we can use our courier but will pass on the costs which are
typically about £10 for a case of x12 bottles.
We shall ask for delivery address details and ideally a contact number to make our Santa delivery route as efficient as possible so that we can get back to the Brewery Igloo in Godstone in time for our own family get togethers.
It was waaaaay back in 2014 when two old Uni friends bumped into each other at their kids’ awards ceremony in County Hall.
“Do you still brew?” Steve asked, remembering the days when Anne could sink a pint in 6 seconds.
“I certainly do,” replied Anne, who had earlier that year in fact featured on The One Show for a chili and lime concoction.
And with that, they ditched their careers and founded The Godstone Brewers.
A lot has happened since that day.
They’ve developed more beer recipes than Head Of Labels; Will, can keep up with, attended what feels like close to 1000 beer festivals, braved the rain and cold in countless farmers markets, and even dressed up in full lederhosen at Flower Farm’s annual Oktoberryfest.
Oh and Anne downed a pint in 8 seconds - not bad for a 60 year old...
The best part however, has been getting to know everyone along the way. Many thanks are in order for Patrick and friends at Flower Farm, who kindly welcomed punters to quirky venues such as the tearoom or 16th Century Shepherds Barn, every Friday, for #FreshBeerFriday (one of Steve’s better ideas).
Perhaps we’ll see you there sometime?!