Welcome to Robinsons Brewery
Combining an impressive heritage, stretching from 1838, with innovation, Robinsons is one of the UK’s largest independent family brewers, with 330 pubs across the North West and Wales. Our pubs are an integral part of the Robinsons family and the way customers enjoy our ales. Find out more »
2013 was an exciting time for Robinsons as we celebrated our 175th birthday and were named the BBPA's (British Beer & Pub Association) BEER CHAMPION. We also re-built our Victorian Brew House, brewed one of the most innovative beers Britain has seen in recent years - TROOPER, a 4.8% golden ale created with Iron Maiden - and launched a brand new Visitor and Training Centre right here in the heart of Stockport. Book your brewery tour online or call 0161 612 4100 for more information.
SO, WHAT'S NEXT? With our state-of-the-art Brew House kicking out some seriously tasty ales, our Visitor Centre welcoming ale aficionados from across the country, ongoing investment into our great pub estate, and a brand new line-up of seasonal ales - designed to give you the chance to sample something extra special - already proving popular... 2014 promises to be a great year for quality handcrafted ales, and our customers who drink them. Visit your local Robinsons pub and enjoy a pint (or two) of Great Britain's national drink. CHEERS!
Sandbach Road North, Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent
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Our Beers Enjoyed around the world, our handcraft ales tantalise your taste buds.
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