It’s ‘ale’ in a great day’s work at the annual food and drink ‘Oscars’ for The Chiltern Brewery.
Monument Gold Pale Ale 3.8% vol from The Chiltern Brewery has been awarded a prized British Bottlers’ Institute Diploma Award
John Hampden’s Golden Harvest Ale 4.8% vol from The Chiltern Brewery has won ‘Best Bottled IPA’ category at this year’s Farm Produce Awards organized by top magazine title, Great British Food.
The Chiltern Brewery has launched fresh bright new labels right across the entire range of its bottled beers, following the success of its newly branded draught beer pump clips in 2013.
Aylesbury College’s Harding’s Restaurant re-launched on 1 May 2015 following a recent refurbishment, and hosted a lunch event in celebration.
Third Permanent Ale for The Chiltern Brewery
New Exciting Restaurant Chain to Launch in Aylesbury! Waffles and crepes, savoury or sweet with handmade ice cream – the natural way.
The Bell, in the picturesque village of Stoke Mandeville, has topped off an amazing first year under new owners by being recognised as County Dining Pub of the Year for Buckinghamshire by the editorial team at The Good Pub Guide 2015.
Flanders Pale Ale 6.2% vol Launched by The Chiltern Brewery and Roger Protz to Commemorate Centenary of World War One
The Chiltern Brewery and leading beer writer, Roger Protz, brew ‘Flanders Pale Ale’ to commemorate centenary of the beginning of WWI.