Hop to it! Norfolk’s coolest breweries and taprooms.
Norfolk is packed with unique and creative breweries - if you know where to look. So, whether you're a craft beer afficionado or just fancy a nice pint in the sun, check out our local guide. Cheers!
Barsham Brewery, West Barsham
The Barsham Brewery crew grow barley to brew beer on land that has been farmed by the same North Norfolk family for generations.
Head down on the last Friday of each month for street food, live music….oh, and incredible beer.
Redwell Brewing, Trowse
All the small-batch beers from Redwell Brewing, in a pretty village on the outskirts of Norwich, are both vegan and gluten-free.
Head to their fun taproom to drink pints served from hip Airstream vans, and tuck in to streetfood from the likes of local Thai truck Phat Khao.
The Brewery Tap, Norwich
You can expect a warm, lively atmosphere at this groovy North Norwich taproom, part of the extensive Fat Cat Brewing Company local empire.
Duration Brewing, West Acre
Set in a beautiful and historic West Norfolk village, this groovy brewery offers tours, tap days and even yoga and beer sessions!
Duration Brewing are also currently in the process of raising the funds to build a stunning new taproom, which we can’t wait to visit.
Lacons Brewery, Great Yarmouth
Lacons has a rich history dating back centuries – Lord Nelson himself is said to have been partial to a swig! As well as popular modern brews which you can order online, or sample at pubs and bars across Norfolk, they also stock a range of strong heritage ales inspired by ancient Lacons recipes.
Wildcraft Brewery, Buxton
Wildcraft Brewery forage all the ingredients for their eco-friendly, gluten-free and vegan beers – complete with cute and distinctive bright labels. You can visit them for a pint at their Pop Up Pub, but the brewery are set to move to an amazing (and much bigger) spot at Worstead Farms soon.