Tydd Steam Brewery

Tydd Steam Brewery was founded in 2007 in a converted agricultural barn. The name derives from the two farm steam engines that were previously housed inside the building now used for brewing. The steam engines are now kept at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life in Lincoln.

Tydd Steam Brewery was founded by Will and Anna Neaverson. Will was previously a farmer and Anna is an accountant. After several years of brewing at home, and taking two brewing courses in York and Sunderland, Will decided to set up his own micro brewery. The five barrel brewing plant was bought from Oldershaws Brewery in Grantham and brewing began in Summer 2007.

In 2009 original plant was sold and replaced with new 8 barrel (1312 litres) to cope with demand for our beers. In September 2010 this was again sold and replaced with much larger all new 15 barrel brew plant (2460 litres) to further increase brewing capacity. The Brewery was also extended with larger cellar, new Malt room, and cask washing area.

In April 2011 cask washer was replaced with new fully automated touch screen cask washer, to ease labour and cope with more cask.We are dedicated to producing handcrafted quality beers using only the finest quality malts and whole hops.

Tydd Steam Brewery
Kirkgate
Tydd St. Giles
Wisbech
PE13 5NE

Phone    01945 871020
Fax
Mobile    079 3272 6552