Conwy Brewery are also pleased to announce that their best – selling Welsh Pride will be brewed in collaboration with Corfu Brewery and will feature at Corfu Beer Festival 2014. The festival billed as “Corfu meets the UK” runs from 8th – 12th October and will have beers from England, Wales, Scotland & Ireland as well as Corfu Brewery. Tours of Corfu Brewery will feature as well as a full programme of music & dance. Sounds like an excellent festival, you can even meet their brewer, Max who’ll be there answering any questions about Conwy Brewery. Go to www.corfubeerfest.gr for more information.
Unit 2, Ty Mawr Enterprise Park, Tan y Graig Road, Llysfaen, Conwy, LL298UE.
April 2018 Update
MASH Micropub is a new pub located at Conwy Brewery, just off Tan y Graig Road, Llysfaen.
The pub, located at Conwy Brewery will feature a small Brewery themed bar & a beer garden with views over the Irish Sea. Given that so many rural pubs are closing, this is a welcome addition to the pub scene in the Old Colwyn & Llysfaen area – see link below.
Gwynne Thomas, owner of Conwy Brewery comments “The area around Llysfaen has been particularly hard hit with pub closures – The Castle closed a few years ago, followed by The Fairview more recently. When we moved to Llysfaen, it was always part of the plan to open a Brewery Tap. We’ve learnt from our experience at The Albion in Conwy, that not only should we look after our ale drinkers but we also want to source a range of other drinks to satisfy other drinkers. We’ve sourced a Lager brewed to the German Purity Law & a range of wines with the help of Grape to Glass in Rhos on Sea. Myself & the staff of Mash micropub look forward to welcoming customers from 5pm this Friday.”
We’ve now opened our own micro-pub at our brewery. We want this to be very much a community pub but also to showcase our products & be a welcoming place for visitors to our brewery.
Monday/Tuesday shop only 9-5
Wednesday/Thursday shop from 9, pub from 12-9pm
Friday shop from 9, pub from 12-10pm
Saturday, pub & shop 12-10pm
Sunday, pub & shop 12-6pm.
June 2015 update
The Brewery’s beers including Clogwyn Gold, Rampart – a full bodied brown beer and, the best-selling Welsh Pride are now playing a part in The Co-operative’s move to change the way it sells real ale by offering specially selected beers from breweries near to its local stores.
Research carried out by The Co-operative Food shows how Britain has become a nation of ‘real ale’ converts, with Brits now four times more likely to prefer the taste of real ale to mass-produced beers and, 71 per cent of drinkers saying it’s important to find locally brewed varieties.
Joe Turner, The Co-operative’s real ale buyer, said: “The popularity of Conwy Brewery’s beers is impressive and, as a convenience retailer at the heart of the community, this is an important step in our commitment to offering quality, locally sourced produce in our stores. It’s exciting to collaborate with breweries such as the Conwy Brewey, and we hope our customers really enjoy the new selection of ales that we now have on offer – we are very pleased to be able to make a greater range of locally produced ales available in our stores.”
This is the first time the Conwy Brewery has supplied beer to a convenience retailer with stores across Wales.
Head Brewer at Conwy Brewery, Gwynne Thomas, said: “It is fantastic news, this is our first listing of this scale with a convenience retailer and, it opens up new markets for us. We are delighted that The Co-operative shares our passion for local real ales and is now stocking three of our ales including our best-selling Welsh Pride. We pride ourselves on taste and quality and we know this is an approach shared by The Co-operative.”