Bell - 'Time Please!' - Church End Brewery - Ridge Lane - Nuneaton, Warwickshire
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N 52° 33.014 W 001° 33.958
30U E 597232 N 5823205
Quick Description: A bell inside the Church End Brewery Tap, Ridge Lane, Nuneaton.
Location: West Midlands, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 4/23/2017 6:01:57 AM
Waymark Code: WMVHY1
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Dorcadion Team
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Long Description:
A bell inside the Church End Brewery Tap, Ridge Lane, Nuneaton.

A plaque above the bell reads:
'Bell presented to
Church-End Brewery
by The Abbey Church of
St Mary the Virgin
for Nuns Ale
Easter 2002'

Nun's Ale - (visit link)

"Church End Brewery started life in an old coffin workshop behind the Griffin Inn, Shustoke, Warwickshire. Its goal was to be a 'hands on' craft brewery making a wide range of cask conditioned beers . The Brewery philosophy only allows the use of good quality raw materials , such as floor malted barley and whole hops; definitely no processed sugars!

M-Reg was the first brew on August 1st 1994 followed by What The Fox's Hat and M-Reg Gti .We now have a range of over forty distinct products including Fruit Beers made with real fruit , Herb beers made with fresh Herbs , Wheat beers made with a high proportion of malted wheat, black beers with chocolate malt , Honey beers made with real Honey ..........etc. etc. .

The plant was constructed from mainly second hand stainless steel equipment, with an output capacity of four brewer's barrels per brew (36 gallons is a brewer's barrel). At that time an average of five brews a week were made,and everything that was brewed was sold.

Today, Church End Brewery is housed in a refurbished social club.
During 2008 we upgraded our brewing plant to 20 Barrels per brew. Most of the brewing kit was sourced in the U. K. - Doncaster no less. During the installation new greener refrigeration and gas burners were installed, and this has already led to a 25% reduction in the consumption of both."

SOURCE - (visit link)

Tap Room opening hours are:
Wednesday 18:00-23:00
Thursday 18:00-23:00
Friday 12:00-23:00
Saturday 12:00-23:00
Sunday 12:00-22:30
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