Once again Creaton Grange Ales are the focus of positive media reporting, this time from the local village Newsletter. The editors of Village Link came to our formal Launch in August and clearly enjoyed themselves as can be seen from the photos here. At Creaton Grange Ales we are proud to support local, where ever possible we source our products from local suppliers and provide the end product - the beer - to local pubs and venues.
If you are really perceptive, and come to this website often, you may have noticed a minor change to it. Our new email address! Of course we are keeping the old one open for now so any messages sent to the previous address will of course still be dealt with, but to go along side our new and imrpoved website we now have the new and improved email address to go with it. Things are continuing to go well for Creaton Grange Ales, with sales up and more pubs getting in touch wanting supplies.
We like seeing our name in print, and once again we are supporting local - this time it's the 41st North Beds Beer Festival, laid on by CAMRA. Pheasant Tale, March Yard and Four Sons will be available throughout the event, three of over 160 beers that will be on offer at this event from all over the country.
The 46th Edition of the 'Good Beer Guide' from CAMRA is now out - and we are in it! The beer-lovers' bible is fully revised and updated each year to feature recommended pubs across the United Kingdom that serve the best real ale. The GBG is completely independent, with listings based entirely on evaluation by CAMRA members. The unique breweries section lists every brewery - micro, regional and national - that produces real ale in the UK, and their beers. At the time of editing we only had Pheasant Tale available, so next year we look forward to seeing all three of our beers included along with tasting notes.
Want to know about the latest from Creaton Grange Ales? Our Owner and Brewer, Ed Matts will be on the morning program on BBC Radio Leicester next Thursday (6th Sept) on Ben Jackson's show, talking about how he grew the business from a hobby to where it is now....