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Wicked Hathern Brewery Ltd

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AddressWicked Hathern Brewery Ltd
c/o 17 Nixon Walk
East Leake
Loughborough
LE12 6HL
PhoneMobile: 07973 754236 
Web
e-mailsean.oneill -AT- escapade-rs.com
Social MediaLink to Facebook  

History

Started brewing in Spring 2000, based on Derby Road, Hathern, Loughborough. A 2½BBL plant, which was supplied by Mossbrew Brewing Systems, was located in the stables in one of the owner's gardens. It is owned and operated by 4 men. The brewery takes its name from the village which has been known as Wicked Hathern ever since comments were made about it by a 19th century clergyman, the Revd Edward Thomas March Philips, rector of Hathern from 1808 for 51 years. Fed up with the cock fighting and drunken brawls in the graveyard, he referred to Hathern as "a wicked place and a cage for every unclean beast. I wonder what is to become of it?". Its been known locally as Wicked Hathern ever since. In early 2007, following the retirement of one of the partners, the brewery was mothballed and brewing now takes place at Staffordshire.

Beers Brewed

We do not maintain a list of beers brewed by each brewery. There may be a list on the brewery's own website. A crowd-sourced beer list is also available on the Untappd page for this brewery. For historical information, we suggest you also visit the brewery page on the unfortunately no longer updated Beermad.



Footnote

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Last Updated : 23rd June 2020