About Bradfield Brewery
Based on a busy working farm in the picturesque village of Bradfield in the Peak District, Bradfield Brewery have gone from milking 100 cows a day to brewing over 100,000 pints of beer a week!
The brewery sprung to life with completion of its first Brew on 26th April 2005 and the brews have carried on flowing ever since.
As the family had enjoyed 2 generations of farming at Watt House Farm and not wanting the cows to feel left out, some of our beers are named after breeds of cattle – Farmers Blonde is our ‘best seller’, Blonde D’Aquitaine is a fine looking breed indeed!
Farmers Ales travel across the UK, from Northampton to Northumberland, East Coast to West Coast, and travellers take it further, they’ve been pictured in Spain & Mexico!