Hogs Back Brewery

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Hogs Back Brewery
Industry Alcoholic beverage
Founded 1992
Headquarters Guildford, Surrey,
England
Products Beer
Production output ~7300 UK barrels
Owners Martin Zillwood-Hunt

Hogs Back Brewery is a brewery in Tongham, Surrey, England, and named after the nearby Hog's Back ridge. The brewery started in 1992 as a joint venture between two friends, Martin Zillwood-Hunt and Anthony Stanton-Precious. Growing rapidly since then, it now produces 40,000 pints per week and supplies over 500 outlets.

Awards[edit]

Hogs Back Brewery has won over 40 awards for its beers over the years. Most notably, TEA was voted "Best Bitter" in Britain in 2000, and in 2006 A over T was voted "Supreme Champion Winter Ale of Britain", both by CAMRA.

Beers[edit]

  • Advent Ale, a dark ale for December
  • A over T, "aromas over Tongham", a strong beer
  • APB (a pint o' bitter), brewed occasionally
  • Autumn Seer, brewed in autumn
  • Brewster's Bundle, a strong ale to commemorate the birth of the brewster's daughter
  • BSA, Burma Star Ale
  • Friday 13th, brewed for any Friday 13th, in memory of a brewing disaster on that day
  • Hair of the Hog, a light bitter now replaced by HBB, Hogs Back Bitter
  • Hop Garden Gold
  • O.T.T. (Old Tongham Tasty)
  • Rip Snorter, brewed in winter
  • Santa's Wobble, a strong ale for Christmas
  • Spring Call, brewed in spring
  • Still Wobbling
  • Summer This, brewed in summer
  • TEA (Traditional English Ale), the "best bitter" and Hogs Back's flagship real ale
  • Wobble in a Bottle, the bottled version of Santa's Wobble
  • Xhibition Stout, brewed in winter

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