Pump & Bar Hire For Parties At Home

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

We have just the solution if you’d like to enjoy a cask of our award winning beer at home for a party, BBQ or celebration. These smart little pop up bars can be set up both inside or outside with room to mount up to two hand pumps on the bar and space to place two 9 gallon casks underneath.

Bar hire is charged at £20.00 + vat with the pumps supplied for just a £50.00 refundable deposit. Our cask beers come in 2 different sizes, 4.5 gallon (36 pints) and 9 gallon (72 pints) which are priced at £50.00 and £92.80 respectively. Local delivery is included but remember we need to deliver at least the day before the event for it to settle, although it can be dropped bright which means it doesn’t require settling for a charge of £5.00 + vat per cask. Also we offer ice sheets to keep the beer cool in hot weather plus bottle beer as a back up if you don’t want to run out. All you have to do is just decide which beer you’d like from our range.

If you have any further queries then send a message to our friendly and helpful team who will be happy to help.

Liquorice Lads Stout World Beer Award Success.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Our Liquorice Lads Stout just keeps on making us proud. We are celebrating our bronze win in the World Beer Awards today! If you haven’t already had the pleasure, you can order it from our brewery shop, click here.

Roos Yorkshire Beer Festival

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

The village of Roos, close to the city of Hull is to hold its inaugural Yorkshire beer festival on Saturday 12th August. With 15 beers on offer from breweries such as Great Heck, Revolutions, Kelham Island & Hop Studio plus a selection of beers from ourselves. In addition their will be 4 different real ciders to try.

Music will be provided by live bands Blabbermouth and Licks from 4pm. Admission is £10 but this includes a glass to keep and enough tokens for 2 pints. The whole event is in aid of both Roos Village Amenities and “Macmillan”.

The event kicks off at 1pm on Roos Playing Field through to 11pm.

Let’s make it a great success and raise money for a great cause.

Italian Craft Beer Festival

A couple of weeks ago we attended our first Italian beer festival in the town of Livorno on the North West coast of Tuscany. Attended by 10 other Italian craft breweries, Hop Summer Fest was a great spectacle of beer, Italian street food and music. One of the more unusual things was to hold a beer tasting in a boat along the canals of Livorno that pass through the town. The Italian beer drinkers love the different styles and what better way to try them than by holding cheese and beer matching event with Simone Cantoni a professional beer taster and journalist.
The Italian craft beer scene is thriving and the choice of beers is staggering, if any of the beers we tasted are to go by then then Italian craft beer is in a good place. With a range of 5 of our beers on the bar our classic British styles went down really well with many of the people we spoke to, Frothingham Best and Amy’s Aviator Ale being particular favourites. We are looking forward to visiting our Italian friends very soon.

We had a range of our beers on the bar for the festival goers to try.

The festival was held in the town of Livorno which has canals throughout the town, very similar to Venice in many ways. The festival was in a marquee on the banks of one of the canals with street food outside.

A first was holding a beer tasting on a boat while travelling through the towns canals.

It was very well attended and went on well in to the early hours.

The Italian brewers made some fantastic beer and have a lot of respect for British beer.

We visited Unibirra while we where there, which I believe translates to the University of Beer. Worth paying a visit to.

Summer Festivale Success.

A massive thank you to everyone who came along to our Festivale on 17th June. Blessed with great sunshine, fantastic music, delicious street food and of course a supply of great beer over 400 of you came along to enjoy the day. A special thank you must go to Morning Dew, Katie Spencer & Licks who provided the music which went down a storm. Also Kerb Edge, Hull Pie and Mr Moos who provided the nourishment. Finally Chris Branton who provided the bar and marquee for the day.
The day was all about raising money for good causes with £1,000 being raised for the Daisy Appeal and £400 given to Morning Dew who donate all of the money they raise to Dove House Hospice.
So, put the 16th June 2018 in your diary for Festivale 2018.

Everyone getting ready for the next band to take to the stage.

People enjoying the sun in the beer garden.

Presenting a cheque to Gordon Beastall from Morning Dew.

Presenting a cheque to Nick Stafford, chairman of the Daisy Appeal.

Pub games and street food in the yard.

Not a cloud in the sky.

Great Newsome Festivale

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Humber Bridge Farmers Market 4th December 2016.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

The fantastic Humber Bridge Farmers market is back again for its penultimate one before Christmas. We will have our full range of bottle beers, gift boxes and 5l mini kegs. If you’d like to preorder to avoid disappointment then please contact us at enquiries@greatnewsomebrewery.co.uk and we will bring along your order for you to collect.

The market begins at 9.00 and closes at 13.00. Venue the Humber Bridge car park on the north bank of the Humber.dsc_6511a8s9a1582-1000px

Beverley Christmas Festival of Food and Drink

a8s9a1582-1000pxThis coming Saturday 26th November we will be at the Beverley Festival of Food & Drink from 10.00 – 15.30. The event is a fantastic Christmas food and drink festival in the beautiful surroundings of Beverley Minister. Looking for Christmas gifts and beer for the festive period then we will have with us our range of award winning locally brewed bottle beers. Also we will have our range bottle beer gift boxes and 5l mini kegs which fly out at this time of year. Remember its not weather dependent as it is indoors so look forward to seeing you there.

Christmas Is Coming

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

We make no apology in reminding you that Christmas is just around the corner and we have everything to make the festive period special.

  • Our huge range of bottle beers and gift packs which make great presents and for your festive enjoyment.
  • Having a party? We have cask beer (9g 72 pints and 4.5g 36 pints) and 20l polypins with pumps to hire, remember they get booked up fast so contact us as soon as you can.
  • A cask to big? Then why not try a 5l Mini Keg, always popular and filled with your favourite Great Newsome Beers. Contact us to reserve then to collect near Christmas. Email us to reserve.
  • Our online shop has a great range of bottle beers and gift packs and orders can be placed up to 19th December for guaranteed delivery before Christmas.
  • Special Offer. Free deliveries to addresses in the HU postcode areas when you spend over £25. Not applicable to online shop orders. Email us your order.
  • A list of local markets and Christmas festivals we are attending is below.
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Seasonal Cask Beer – Skeins Retreat.

Have you ever looked up and seen the V formations of geese flying through the sky. Well we have and at this time of year they are a common site heading south over the brewery. So we used them for inspiration when coming up with our November seasonal beer. Skeins Retreat is brewed using 100% English hops, with fruit aroma on the nose, orange on the palate and good depth of bitterness producing a well-balanced session bitter. It’s a beer that punches above its weight and it’s fair to say that Skeins Retreat has plenty of flavour for a 3.6% beer. Skeins Retreat is perfect on its own but great with a good bar snack, pork scratching or packet of quality potato crisps.

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