2 Woodford Street
|Phone||Landline: 01942 259071|
|enquiries -AT- mayflowerbrewery.co.uk|
|County (see footnote)||Ceremonial|
Opened in August 2001 brewing at Worthington Road Industrial Park, Chorley Road, Standish. The 2½BBL plant was located in the canteen of a former bleach works. Ceased brewing at the end of May 2003 due to redevelopment of the former bleach works. Brewing restarted at The Royal Oak, 111-113 Standishgate, Wigan in May 2004. The brewery changed hands in June 2007. Brewing was suspended for about a year between 2009 and early 2010 and restarted at Wellcross Farm, 123 Tower Hill Road, Upholland in June 2010. It moved once more in Autumn 2011 to Unit 3 15-17 Sandbrook Road, Orrell, Wigan, WN5 8UD. Brewing was suspended at the end of 2012 while a new location was sought. After a period of brewing at a number of other breweries including Dunscar Brewery, brewing restarted in Summer 2016 after another move to Docherty's,14 Upper Dicconson Street, Wigan, WN1 2AD, but was suspended again towards the end of 2017. The brewery relocated once more in 2018 to its current address where brewing restarted.
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 For historical information, we suggest you also visit the brewery page on the unfortunately no longer updated Beermad.
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Last Checked : 21st November 2022 by RP
Last Updated : 20th September 2021 by RP