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Kew Brewery

Kew Brewery is an award-winning new craft brewery less than a mile from, and inspired by, the world-famous gardens at Kew. Their aim is simple – to make great tasting beer as sustainably as they can. Beer, naturally!

Set-up by husband and wife Dave and Rachel (both long-term Kew residents), Kew Brewery started brewing in 2015, and quickly picked up some awards: Beer of the Festival at Ealing Beer Festival in July 2015, and second place at the Twickenham Beer Festival in October 2015. Having previously worked at Weird Beard Brew Co - a brewery at the forefront of the London craft beer scene – as well as helping out at two excellent breweries in Kent (Old Dairy Brewery and The Canterbury Brewers), Head Brewer Dave has created a strong and varied core range of beers, with occasional unexpected twists inspired by nature.

At Kew Brewery they’re as passionate about the environment as they are about beer. They make their small batch, hand-crafted beers using renewable energy and the finest English ingredients: the malt and hops are all grown in England, not just because they taste and smell great, but also because this minimises their ‘food miles’. They want to ‘rehabilitate’ and showcase English hops, to show they can compete with New World hops for flavour and aroma. Their beer is unfiltered and unfined, keeping it natural, flavoursome and in most cases suitable for vegans.

Kew Brewery are donating 5p per pint sold to be used for the Trust’s most urgent conservation projects working with its overseas project partners.

World Land Trust (WLT) is pleased to be working with Kew Brewery – a new company that shares the values of WLT.

Great tasting beer, and good for the planet too!

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