Banner Image: Tap Room Opening - photo credit: Martin Reynolds

Described as “the perfect add on to a cracking brewery”, our tap room is open on Fridays (4pm to 8pm) and the second Saturday* of the month (4pm to 8pm) - please note the pedestrian park gates close at 5pm and access thereafter is via the vehicular road; follow the park wall to the end and exit through the two stone pillars.

We offer beer from the barrel, bottle, plus 4 pint and 2 pint carry outs. So if the sun is out you can catch some rays in the enclosed courtyard or find a cosy pew inside and enjoy a pint or two! - Tap Room Loyalty Card now available!

* 2019 Saturday openings - second Saturday of every month: 12th Jan; 9th Feb; 9th March; 13th April; 11th May; 8th June; 13th July; 10th August; 14th Sept; 12th Oct; 9th Nov; 14th Dec…plus occasional extras!

PRICES

Pint £3.50
Half Pint £2.00 (but two halves are priced as a pint)

Soft Drinks £1.00

2 Pint carry-out carton £7.00

4 pint carry-out flagon £14.00 (plus £3.00 for flagon)


Bottled Beer
 £3.50 each or 3 for £10.00 or 4 for £12.00
   £30.00 a case of x12 bottles

Gifts
    "Roman Collection" Gift Pack £11.00
    Corinium Ales T-Shirt £12.00
    Gift Pack & T-shirt £20.00

Pint size branded glass £4.00

Gift Vouchers (t&c apply) £10.00 each

Screw Top & Tap Barrels*
    9 litre (15 pints) £30.00 plus £10.00 returnable deposit
    23 litre (40 pints) £65.00 plus £15.00 returnable deposit

Tap & Spile Casks* (9 gallon firkin/72 pints)
    £106 to £118 (depends on beer strength) plus £25.00 returnable deposit

* Please note we are brewing pretty much to capacity most of the time so require at least four weeks notice for barrels and casks, thanks

TRADE Customers please contact us for trade prices


All our beers are bottle and cask conditioned. This process leaves a natural yeast sediment in the bottom of the vessel. Please add £10.00 to cask price if 'bright' beer is required.

All our bottled beer is vegetarian and vegan friendly. It is unfined (i.e. no fish finings), unfiltered and unpasteurised. We only use (fish) finings in our cask beer and very occasionally in our barrelled beer. Fish finings are a by product of the fishing industry but alternatives are being explored.