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Seven Sheds Brewery, Railton

Categories: Breweries, Food & Drink
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3.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • This is as all place in the middle of no where. Essential passionate home brewers. Pale ale ok, some strange options for a brew. 
  • Coming here takes you back to brewing on your garage, Funky venue. The beers tasted clean, and the head brewer was very engaging. I specially loved the platypus but my partner prefers the Willie warme...  read more »
  • Whether you're already driving by or need to go out of your way, Seven Sheds is a must-stop. The cellar door is cozy and inviting; the patio is the perfect spot to relax on a nice day; the owners are ...  read more »
  • Must visit. Good beer. Good friendly people selling it. !
  • Tasted and talked beer for half An hour with Willie, being a homebrewer I enjoyed the insight into how his microbrewery works, the beer was also pretty good as well so I brought a couple of bottles.enjoyed the visit.cheers
  • Some of the best beer I've ever tasted, check this place out if you get the chance!
  • The beers are nice but I was really disappointed by the "hop garden" and service. This place brews some really good beers and it is worth a visit just for the tasting. There is no food and all the beers are 500ml+ so be prepared. The website advertises a "hop garden" which was my main reason for visiting, however the garden is more of a field with a few hops in it - they buy just about all the hops they use in their beers. The garden is 5 rows of maybe 10m long runners with a few hops on each. When I made some enquirys the attendant simply read the signs at the end of each row ( this one is fuggles, this one is goldings, etc...). Great for the illiterate.
  • Worth a trip to try the beers that you won't find elsewhere. Catherine and Willie were very friendly and happy to show us around and talk craft beer. Ask to try the mead. No food, but there's a bakery around the corner.
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