Wyre Piddle Brewery, Highgrove
Farm, Pinvin, Near Pershore, Worcestershire WR10 2LF
Tel / Fax 01905 841853
BACKGROUND TO THE BREWERY
Wyre Piddle Brewery was started in 1992 by Martyn Wilkins, previously a
landlord in Stourbridge. The
original Piddle in the Hole ale was hugely successful and eventually led to
another six ales of varying strength and taste being evolved.
The brewery supplies direct to selected pubs within a 50 mile radius,
in large or small quantities and with exceptional efficiency.
2002 the brewery moved into new purpose built premises and it
also celebrated it’s 10th anniversary.
name of the Brewery and it’s ales derives from an old children’s rhyme
which was popular in the area around Wyre Piddle village.
Snodsbury, Peopleton and Crowle,
Piddle, North Piddle
Piddle in the Hole
Piddle in the Hole
Copper-coloured and quite dry, with lots of hops and fruitiness throughout.
Piddle in the Wind ABV
4.5%This drink has a superb mix of flavours. A nice hoppy nose through to a
lasting aftertaste makes it a good all-round beer.
Piddle in the Dark
ABV 4.5%A rich ruby red bitter with a smooth flavour.
Piddle in the Snow
A dry, strong taste all the way through draws your attention to the balance
between malt and hops in the brew. A glorious way to end an evenings
2002 - New
premises, New production, New customers
The Wyre Piddle Brewery is pleased to announce their expansion
into new, larger purpose built facilities.
The brewery is one of only 5 independent breweries located in
Worcestershire and one of only two that regularly supplies a range of
Birmingham, Worcestershire, Warwickshire and Cotswold public houses.
brewery is best known for it’s famed and award-winning range of cask
conditioned ‘Piddle Ales’. The traditionally brewed range includes such
wonderful brews, and quaint names, as ‘Piddle in the Hole’, ‘Piddle in
the Sun’ and ‘Piddle in the Dark’.
move into new premises means that the brewing team can now increase
production to satisfy the ever-growing demand for its premium ales.
The aim is to be able to supply more local outlets and retain the use
of locally supplied and grown ingredients, production and finally,
Wilkins, head brewer and owner has committed his future development plans to
maintaining a strong local presence, by supplying his popular product to
more local pubs and clubs at reasonable and affordable prices.
well as the names of the ales, another unusual feature of the brewery is the
facility for customers to order ‘designer’ brews.
For that very, very special occasion you can even name the brew after