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By conbrew, Feb 24 2015 12:04PM

Come & meet us at Morrisons, Colwyn Bay this Saturday 28th February to celebrate St Davids Day along with a selection of other Welsh food & drink producers. We're really pleased that Morrisons have listed all five of our permanent bottled beers so come along and give them a try!

By conbrew, Feb 24 2015 11:59AM

The dates for Meet the Brewer confirmed as:


Mockbeggar Hall, Wirral: Wednesday 18th March. 7pm

Childwall Fiveways: Wednesday 11th March. 7pm


A rare opportunity to meet our Head Brewer Gwynne Thomas on merseyside. Come & have a chat about beer and find out more about Conwy Brewery, we'd love to see you!


By conbrew, Feb 2 2015 11:05AM

We've got the following opportunities to meet our brewers and talk about how we make our beer and anything else you'd like to talk to us about! Includes rare opportunities to catch us on Merseyside.

The Palladium, Wednesday 4th February 6.30pm. Including a showcase of our ales.

The Castle, Ruthin, Thursday 5th March 7pm.

The Childwall Fiveways Hotel, Liverpool Date TBC

The Mockbeggar Hall, Birkenhead Date TBC

By conbrew, Jan 8 2015 02:37PM

Ever fancied working for a microbrewery - here's a couple of opportunities to join our team at Conwy Brewery, one of the leading and most innovative Microbreweries in beautiful North Wales.


Brewery assistant / driver. Full Time.

You will spend your time delivering to our customers and helping our Brewers produce great beer. You will be customer facing so should be helpful, personable and well presented. A good knowledge of the geography of North Wales would be beneficial. You need to be fit and have a clean driving license. For the brewery production side you will be meticulous with cleaning & hygiene and be able to follow brewery methods efficiently & diligently. No specific qualifications are required, however a science background and/or delivery driving experience will be beneficial.


Office & Marketing co-ordinator.

Primarily office based, you should be confident with computers, well organised and a good communicator. You will be crucial in creating a strong sales & marketing strategy to grow sales & brand awareness through social media, flyers, promotions, meet the brewer, e-marketing campaigns, etc. Trade & retail shows will form part of this role and as such some weekend work will be required. You will also be expected to perform general office duties. No specific qualifications are required, however a marketing/computing background will help and an outgoing personality.


Send CV to enquiries@conwybrewery.co.uk FAO Gwynne Thomas or post to Conwy Brewery, Unit 2, Ty Mawr Enterprise Park, Tan y Graig Road, Llysfaen, Colwyn Bay, LL29 8UE. Closing date 31/01/2015.

Salary commensurate with relevant experience & qualifications.

By conbrew, Dec 17 2014 12:50PM

We are pleased to announce that Honey Fayre has won the silver award in the Pale Ales,Bitters & Golden ales category at the first ever Artisan Beer Competition at this years Royal Welsh Winter Fair. This is on top of the Bronze award at the Great British Beer festival in 2013 and the numerous awards received at the Great Welsh Beer & Cider Festival over the last few years. Gwynne Thomas, head brewer of Conwy Brewery comments "it's fantastic that Honey Fayre has won yet another award judged by such well respected industry figures as Pete Brown, beer writer, Deiniol ap Dafydd of Blas ar Fwyd and Julie Bell of the Felin Fach, Griffin. The fact that it also fought off strong competition from over 30 different beers in a resurgent Welsh brewing industry is also pleasing."

By conbrew, Nov 12 2014 02:08PM

It's been our first few months doing our Brewer for a Day & Design your own Beer days. We're really pleased with the response, here's what people have to say.


Ann & Mike. July 2014. "Thank you again for a fantastic day! Everyone has said how much they enjoyed themselves. Every aspect of the day was perfect, from our first discussions over the phone, learning about the brewing process & choosing our own ingredients and flavours for the ale, lunch & designing our own label. Mike was particularly impressed with making his own ale and we can't wait to serve our own bespoke beer at our weddding next month."


Daniel & Virginia. October 2014. "We have tried the beer. It tastes great! We almost don't notice the bitterness of the hop and it is soft and does not taste like 5.2%. The label looks pretty and your comments on the side make it look more professional. It seems that we're actual brewers! Thanks a lot for evrything, we really enjoyed our time there.


Rob. November 2014. "Just wanted to say thanks so much for yesterday I really enjoyed it and learnt a lot.

Thank you for being so patient explaining things to me. Also please say thanks to Paul, Chris & Max for taking the time to talk to me. It was great to see how enthusiastic & passionate you all are about what you do and talk with some real experts on real ale"







By conbrew, Oct 20 2014 10:21AM

Get down to this years Beer Tent on the Quay at Conwy Feast. A fantastic selection of local ales from ourselves, Purple Moose Brewery, Great Orme, & Bragdy Nant with the usual relaxed friendly atmosphere & some great music - for the list go to www.conwyfeast.com/music


Opening Times:

Friday 24th October 4pm-11.30pm

Saturday 25th October 12pm - Midnight

Sunday 26th October 12pm - 6pm


Our beer range will be as follows: Clogwyn Gold, Minera Mountain, Honey Fayre, Autumn Red, Alt Bier, Infusion, Rampart.



By conbrew, Oct 2 2014 12:23PM

Our popular Autumn Red returns in time for the change of season. Brewed in the style of an American Red Ale, the beer has a classic reddish-brown hue, the colour of Autumn leaves. It has a touch of Roast barley added which blends perfectly with a heavy dose of American Columbus & Summit hops.

By conbrew, Sep 10 2014 10:31AM

The Castle Hotel in Conwy has been named Locale pub of the year by our local CAMRA real ale campaigners. The Castle Hotel has been very supportive of Conwy Brewery from our beginning in 2003 and had the vision to use local beers before it became more mainstream. They have established range of three beers: Clogwyn Gold, Welsh Pride and their very own Dawsons Dark, a dark full bodied malty brew named after the restaurant which in turn was named after a famous local painter. You can even try all 3 beers in a flight of 1/3 of a pint of each just in case you don't know which one to try! Ian Saunders, the local CAMRA Chairman (on the left) praised Jo Lavin (on the right) the Castle Hotel bar manager for presenting the beers in top condition.

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