They had a dream, brewing hop-forward, New World, tasty and creative beers to share with the world. Head brewer, Alex, brews some truly unique cask and keg beers, using hops and yeast from around the world and local malts from Worcestershire. The taproom was opened in August 2019.
Occasionally, guest ales from other micro-breweries are on offer. The taproom provides seating for around 50 people, in a cosy and homely environment, with additional space available outside, and features an unusual bespoke suspended chandelier, made from cut-down oil drums.
The taproom is separated from the working brewery, but all the brewing equipment is readily on view. The staff are friendly and always willing to explain and recommend their beers, which are also available to collect from the brewery, along with a local delivery service.
The taproom is usually open on Fridays (1700-2300), Saturdays (1200-2300) and Sundays (1200-2000). Live music features regularly on weekend evenings, often with outside food caterers, and the taproom is also available for private hire. The nearest railway station is at Kidderminster, and there are regular local buses from there to Stourport.
If you’re in North Worcestershire, Brothers of Ale micro-brewery and taproom is certainly worth a visit and you’ll receive a friendly welcome while you enjoy their unique craft beers.