The Directory of UK Brewers

Breweries Beginning With Y

Below is a map of all open breweries beginning with Breweries Beginning With Y. Please see the footnote at the bottom of the page about the accuracy of points on the map.

Breweries in production (9)

The Yard of Ale Brewing Company Ltd Brewpub Photo
(Ferryhill, County Durham 2008-Still Brewing)

Yates' Brewery
(Newchurch, Isle of Wight 2000-Still Brewing)

The Yelland Manor Brewing Company
(Yelland, Devon 2013-Still Brewing)

Yikes Brew Co Ltd Small Format
(Edinburgh, Midlothian 2022-Still Brewing)

Yonder Brewing & Blending Tap Room
(Binegar, Somerset 2018-Still Brewing)

Yorkshire Brewhouse Limited
(Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire 2017-Still Brewing)

Yorkshire Coast Brew Co Brewing Suspended Brewpub
(Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire 2019-Brewing Suspended)

Yorkshire Dales Brewing Company Limited Tap Room
(Askrigg, North Yorkshire 2005-Still Brewing)

Yorkshire Heart Brewery
(Nun Monkton, North Yorkshire 2011-Still Brewing)

Breweries who do not own a brewery (2)

York Brewery Sister Plant

Young & Co's Brewery PLC Merger

Breweries whose names are no longer used on beer in production (11)

Yaarbrew Microbrewery Limited Closed Brewpub
(Hickling, Norfolk 2016-2018)

Yates Brewery Ltd Closed
(Westnewton, Cumbria 1986-2017)

Yeovil Ales Ltd Closed
(Lufton, Somerset 2006-2022)

Yetman's Brewery Closed
(Bayfield, Norfolk 2004-2022)

Bragdy Ynys Môn Closed
(Llangefni, Gwynedd 1999-2006)

York Tavern Closed Brewpub
(Norwich, Norfolk 1996-1998)

Yorkshire Brewing Company Limited Closed Photo
(Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire 2012-2020)

The Yorkshire Grey Brewery Closed
(London, Greater London 1984-2001)

William Youngers & Co. Ltd Closed
(Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh 1749-1931)

Ystwyth Ales Closed Contract Brewer

Yubberton Brewing Co Closed Contract Brewer


The above map is not completely maintained by us at Quaffale. While we have attempted to verify that the map points to the correct location, we only have the ability to change the pointers and not the map they are on. The colour of the markers is significant; locations marked by a green marker are accurately located by latitude and longitude. Those with a yellow marker are located using the British Post Code system which, while normally covering a small area in towns and cities, can cover an area of a few square kilometres in the countryside and should be used with caution. Those with red markers are potentially very inaccurate and could be indicative of being in that town or county only and are included for completeness only and should not be used to identify the location of the brewery. If you believe that there is an error, or that you can more accurately identify a brewery, please contact us and we will investigate.

Last Updated : 26th July 2023