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The Best Breweries in and Around Liverpool

The Liverpool Craft Beer Co.
The Liverpool Craft Beer Co. | © The Liverpool Craft Beer Co.
Beer lovers in the north-west of England, rejoice! Breweries in and around Liverpool are well and truly alive and kicking, with those old and new enjoying the booming beer trade. Here are some of the best – cheers to that!

H1780 Tap & Still

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H1780 Tap & Still
H1780 Tap & Still | © H1780 Tap & Still
Also located in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle is H1780 Tap & Still, a working brewery, distillery, tap room and restaurant. Their extensive food menu offers a wide selection of bar snacks and larger meals, all of which are produced to suitably complement their incredibly impressive list of beer, ale, cider, gin and cocktails.
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Wapping Brewery (Baltic Fleet)

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Wapping Brewery | © Wapping Brewery
Proudly Merseyside’s only microbrewery, or ‘brewpub’, Wapping Brewery can be found beneath the Baltic Fleet pub. Stan Shaw, Wapping’s brewer, has been delighting the locals with an ever-changing gallery of ales for 13 years, and with 136 recipes under his belt, you’ll definitely want to head here more than once.
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Liverpool Craft Beer Co.

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The Liverpool Craft Beer Co. | © The Liverpool Craft Beer Co.
Proud of their growth from small beginnings, this brewery offers a DIY story behind the beer. Being lent a hand from just about everybody they could call on, as well as vessels and makeshift tanks, Liverpool Craft Beer Co. is a tight-knit passionate team of craft beer lovers just making small batches for their customers to enjoy at various events, including craft beer and ale festivals.
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Mad Hatter Brewing Company

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Set up in 2013 with no money but a lot of ideas, Mad Hatter has grown to be one of the most innovative breweries in the north-west of England. Their core range takes influence from Merseyside and the mad hatter himself, while their graphic design reflects the hybrid of good beer and unique ingredients and flavours. For those looking to try something absolutely ‘out there’, this is for you.
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Southport Brewery

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Southport Brewery
Southport Brewery | © Southport Brewery
For some of the most locally loved ales in the north-west, you’ll want to check out Southport Brewery, formed back in 2004. One of their most popular tipples is their Golden Sands bitter, and they’re regularly conjuring up new ales and beers for their endless list of returning customers from their Southport-based brewery.
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Red Star Brewery

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Red Star Brewery
Red Star Brewery | © Red Star Brewery
Last but not least, Red Star is an award-winning brewery based in Formby, just a 30-minute drive north of Liverpool. Somewhat surprisingly only formed in 2015, Red Star produces a number of cask-conditioned ales – some of which, due to its football club namesake Red Star Belgrade, have even made it as far as Serbia. This lot may be young in age, but they’ve matured fast in the beer game.
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