|Headquarters||Woodbastwick, Norfolk,, England|
|Owner||James Hughes, Nick Dolan, Rupert Fraser|
Woodforde’s Brewery is a brewery located in Slad Lane in the village of Woodbastwick, in the county of Norfolk, England. The brewery produced its first commercial brew in 1981 from original brewery in the village of Drayton north east of Norwich. In 1996 the brewery’s popular Wherry bitter became CAMRA Supreme Champion Beer of Britain.
The brewery is named after Parson James Woodforde who lived at Weston Longville. Parson Woodforde was a noted eighteenth-century Norfolk clergyman, whose diaries revealed his passion for good food and good ale, which he often brewed himself. In April 2016, the brewery announced that the business had been sold to a group of investors.
|Once Bittern||4.0%||Bitter||All Year|
|Norfolk Nog||4.6%||Old Ale||All Year|
|Headcracker||7.0%||Golden Barley Wine||All Year|
|Admiral’s Reserve||5.0%||Strong Ale||All Year|
|Nelson’s Revenge||4.5%||Special Bitter||All Year|
|Bure Gold||4.3%||Golden||All Year|
|Tinsel Toes||4.4%||Dark Bitter||Christmas|
|Norfolk Nip||8.0%||Old Ale||Occasional Bottling|
- Brewery website
- Sabah Meddings (11 April 2016). "Woodfordes changes hands in bid to take business to the next level". Eastern Daily Press. Retrieved 25 April 2016.