The family run microbrewery was set up in April 2007, right next
to the Cambrian Railway line in Oswestry - so most of the beer names
have a railway theme.
The brewery offers a small range of tasty real ales, all made
using traditional hand crafted methods: the mashing-in of the
floor-malted barley is done by hand and no sugars or extracts are
added. Because the brewery aim to provide great cask beer, in the
best possible condition, you'll rarely see it more than 30 miles
The first brew was called
Station Bitter - a traditional Midlands style, amber bitter - full
bodied and very drinkable - people say it goes well with a cheese
sandwich. It's certainly dangerously drinkable.
The beers are also
available in bottles, un-pasteurised so there's a secondary
fermentation in the bottle.
In 2015 the brewery added
Sweeney Mountain cider to their range.
There's a shop and bar,
open to the public, and with an outside drinking area at the
brewery. The beers are available in polypins and takeaway jugs.
Check the website for opening hours.
Started brewing March 2007. Head brewer is Shane Parr.
Station Bitter 3.9% abv
Cambrian Gold 4.2% abv
KPA 4.6% abv
Off The Rails 4.8% abv
Sunlander 3.7% abv
Wheeltappers Wheat Beer 4.5% abv
Shropshire SY10 9ES
Tel 01691 676457
Mob 07971 738152
Brewery Website: www.stonehousebrewery.co.uk