- ‘Brewery’ (from the Dutch) first came into use in the 16th century. Before that, the English term was ‘brewhouse.’
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Just had a bottle of 1503 Tudor Ale as bought for me from the re-enactors fair at The Connexion Ryton On Dunsmore. Truly delicious!
Just to let you know, I have just opened and tasted a bottle of your 1503 Tudor Ale and I think it's fantastic. This is how dark beers should taste in my view. I live in Twickenham where we have a real ale shop and will be back tomorrow to buy some more. Just thought you would like to know.
Just had a couple pints of your Classic Bitter at The Ostrich in Newland, it was amazing! Having tasted London Pride and Budvar there, your beer stood out and was exceptional in taste. I've really enjoyed every beer I've tried from your brewery, hope there is more to come. Keep up the good work.
We visited the brewery in Autumn 2009 and were really impressed with the variety and quality of the ales on offer. We quickly snapped up a box of twelve bottles and our only regret is that we don't live close enough to pop back for more! We'll be back soon though
Nothing beats rolling out the picnic rug, opening the hamper and settling down to a nice ploughman's lunch with a bottle of Kingstone Classic Bitter
Kingstone beers are exceptionally well made with a wide selection to suit everyone's tastes. If I was forced to chose one, it would have to be the Challenger! This is exactly how real ale should be - made with classic English hops, not too strong and a great depth of flavour. This makes it a fantastic session ale which can be enjoyed all day particularly outside on a warm summer's day!