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I had previously sampled the beers at the Catherine Wheel in Newbury and The Inn At Home Newbury. I could not resist a visit yesterday. The staff were very friendly and happy to chat. I got to sample some last lovely beers in particular the...More
I now understand where the name comes from. Bought a takeaway 2 litres of Betrayal for £12.50 taste OK but very cloudy. In my view over rated and over priced, there are other small breweries in the area that sell better beer for a much...More
Date of experience: July 2017
Thank Michael M
flair_barman, Manager at Wild Weather Ales, responded to this reviewResponded July 17, 2017
Thanks so much for taking the time to review us, all feedback is great in whatever form and we take everything on board.
With all of our “Growler Fills” these come straight from our key kegs. We do not fine our kegs (the...More
Bought as a groupon deal for my partner & myself tour and taster!! Well what a surprise!!! Great welcome by Ian & Jody(?) both know what they are talking about, not really a tour more of a drink or 11 & information about each ale...More
In a strange, business park setting, this wonderful micro brewery is a real little gem.
With a shop onsite, you can enjoy a quick impromptu tour of the site whilst enjoying some of the samples. The brewer on the day was a friendly guy who...More
A fantastic little place, even if it is on an industrial estate. Went in to try some of their beer and Ian couldn't have been more welcoming, and gave me a taster of all their beers and even made me a pint of chilli chocolate...More
A big thanks to Mike and Ian for an excellent tour. It was interesting to hear how their unique approach based on American hops, dried yeast and water from the beautiful Thames valley has enabled them to brew a wide range of extraordinary beers.
Living a stones throw away we discovered this place. As most Craft Beer tap rooms sits in a little sunny corner of a small industrial unit with pallets and kegs to sit on. Staff know their beers, as you would expect, and offer great advice...More
We were given a tutured tasting of 9 real ales during our two hour visit, by an amazing brewer/owner Mike Tempest and Sales Director Ian Clarke, who are driven to make and sell outstanding ales.
Some beers were tasted in both cask conditioned and the...More
When you first arrive you are in the middle of an industrial estate, this is slightly of putting but don't be. Their unit is very small so don't expect a massive tour. Basically you go in the unit and you can see everything from the...More