|Address||Dark Star Brewing Co. Ltd|
Unit 22 Star Road Trading Estate
|Phone||Landline: 01403 713085|
|info -AT- darkstarbrewing.co.uk|
Small 1BBL brewery set up as Skinner's Ales in 1994 by Peter Skinner and Peter Halliday in the cellar of their pub, The Evening Star, Brighton. In 1995 they formed the Dark Star Brewing Company with Rob Jones (formerly with Pitfield Brewery) adding Dark Star (CAMRA Champion Beer of Britain 1987) and Rob's other beers alongside the Skinners range. Both companies names are used but should not be confused with Skinners Fine Cornish Ales based in Truro. Over time the Skinner's brandname was dropped leaving all beers under the Dark Star name. In 2000 Peter Skinner left, later setting up Skinner's Custom Brews. In July 2001 a new 10BBL plant started brewing at Moonhill Farm, Burgess Hill Road, Ansty with the plant at the Evening Star in Brighton being used for tests and one-offs. The Evening Star plant was removed by February 2002. Towards the end of 2009, they relocated to their current address and tripled capacity, although for a period brewing continued at both sites until the end of the year when the original plant was sold to Ramsgate. Purchased by Fullers in 2018 and subsequently taken over by Asahi following their purchase of Fullers in 2019.
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 For historical information, we suggest you also visit the brewery page on the unfortunately no longer updated Beermad.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 Updated : 4th October 2019 by RP