The one that got away!

The one that got away!

The history of Cirencester, it’s brewing and Roman heritage are truly inspirational and we feel very lucky to have such historic wealth to draw on. Our brewery maybe housed in an old hunting dog kennel but it's listed and has oodles of character.

Situated in the historic Cirencester Park it offers an opportunity to appreciate traditional buildings and the local landscape whilst enjoying a beer or two. 

Cirencester was not only the second largest Roman town (Corinium) to London (Londinium) but in the late 1700s Cirencester Brewery was one of the most complete breweries of its size outside London and by the late 1800s was the town’s largest employer.

  Cirencester Brewery beer bottles with their Phoenix emblem

  Cirencester Brewery beer bottles with their Phoenix emblem

Our classic and contemporary ales are a tribute to this heritage and with their Roman themed names and links to local history, we hope they make a worthy contribution to Cirencester’s strong sense of place.

Banner Image: Roman tombstone bearing the name 'Bodicacia' unearthed by Cotswold Archaeology in Cirencester in 2015. Now housed in the Corinium Museum, Cirencester.