OPEN TIMES

Mon/Tue - by appointment

Wed - 11am - 2pm

Thur - 11am - 2pm

Fri - 11am - 7pm

Sat - 11am - 7pm

The Calf House, Beech Farm, North Trade Road, Battle.

Battle Brewery & Bottle Shop is a micro brewery with onsite beer shop and taproom located at the heart of 1066 country in Battle, East Sussex. Starting up in 2017, we now supply local pubs, cafes, and shops with a range of flavourful cask and bottled craft beers.

 

New bottle shop and taproom open now!
Visit the brewery and drink any of the great guest bottled beers on sale, or try our fresh cask beer on the pumps most Fri/Sat nights.

 

Shop online for collection or delivery

16 October 2017

Thank you Netherfield Cafe, Shop & Post Office!Doing good things Battle Brewery Beer 🍻 always sells out! You can find out more here www.facebook.com/BattleBrewery/ ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you Netherfield Cafe, Shop & Post Office!

14 October 2017

Joanna and Rachel are on the Abbey Green showcasing our lovely Battle #craftbeer today! Drop by and say hi! ... See MoreSee Less

Joanna and Rachel are on the Abbey Green showcasing our lovely Battle #craftbeer today!  Drop by and say hi!

about us

It's simple really, the team at Battle Brewery enjoy producing small batches of distinctly flavoursome craft beers and ales using the finest ingredients and taking our inspiration from our beautiful surroundings in 1066 country.

As one of the only dedicated beer stores in East Sussex, our new bottle shop brings a good selection of guest beers & ciders including the best the South East has to offer, plus world beating craft beers from the UK and beyond.

Read more about our beer filled journey here

our beers

abbey pale

It is with great pride that we name this refreshingly hoppy beer after the historic local landmark that is Battle Abbey.  A complex tropical fruit aroma and citrus flavours are nicely balanced with biscuit malt in this easy drinking pale ale.

5.0% alc

conquest

A premium copper ale named after Duke William of Normandy’s monumental invasion and successful claim to the English throne in 1066.
Four British hops combine to give a well-balanced beer with a pleasant hop finish.

4.1% alc

black arrow

A full bodied porter, chocolatey dark ale, with hints of liquorice, roasted malt and followed by a pleasantly hoppy finish. A smooth, robust and laid back beer, named by the people of 1066 country.

4.5% alc

water

key ingredient

malted barley

colour and flavour

hops

bitterness and aroma

yeast

produces alcohol