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Featured Event: Port and Cheese Evening
Thursday 22nd February
With a spare Thursday evening this month we thought we would put on something a bit different.
So, if you love Port and you Love Cheese you are going to love this.
We will have a variety of Port to chose from in a flight (3 Thirds) along with a Cheeseboard.
A White, a Tawny, a Ruby, a Rosé and a LBV and a 10 year old aged.
Featured Event: CAMRA Pub of the Year Presentation Evening
Friday 23rd February
We invite you to join us for our Doncaster CAMRA Presentation Evening for Doncaster CAMRA City Centre Pub of the Year 2023 and Doncaster CAMRA Cider Pub of the Year 2023.
Thank you to everyone who voted for us. It really means a lot.
Featured Event: Easter Beer Festival
28th March to 1st April
We are having a Dinosaur theme for this years beer festival.
There will be 14 casks beers and 12 keg beers.
Also available will be 6 traditional still ciders and lots of European cans and bottled beers.
Food options will be the usual Pork Pies, crisps and nuts along with the legendary Bratwurst.
Founded in January 2012, Doncaster Brewery is a 10-barrel plant designed and built by Ian, the Head Brewer, with the purpose of creating beers full of taste and flavour using only the best quality ingredients. All our beers are vegan friendly.
Each beer name has a Doncaster focus, the most popular being Sand House Blonde, which we brew every other brew day to keep up with demand.
Our Mission Statement for the brewery is to support beer lovers in discovering new drinking experiences, by continuing to craft and source a variety of high quality beers.
Most of the casks of beer are served across the bar in the Tap, although we sell some to local pubs, other local breweries and supply to beer festivals.
To keep up to date with brewery news, follow Ian on Instagram donny.brewer, Twitter @DonnyBrewery or Facebook @DanumBrewery
A number of our beers are available for sale to the trade, you can find out which beers these are by using the button below. Contact us if you would like to place an order or find out more information. You can also sign up to our trade newsletter using the form below to keep up to date with our latest offerings and pricing.
Ian who ran his own garage business for 15 years decided on a complete change of direction in January 2012 and started building his 15 barrel micro brewery. “It’s something I have always wanted to do and I decided it was now or never” said Ian.
Ian and his wife Alison funded the project themselves. Ian said, “I have built the Brewery from scratch and it has taken a lot longer than I first anticipated but I know every part of the kit so I will be able to maintain and repair it myself”.
Ian said, “The kit will make 4320 pints in a 15 barrel run. All the beers are to do with Doncaster and its heritage.
We visited ‘The Point’ when they had the fantastic exhibition on The Sand House and have made a blond beer to focus on this fascinating part of Doncaster’s history.
We have also brewed a beer to celebrate Doncaster’s award winning Market – 1194 Charter
The brewery which is named ‘Doncaster Brewery’ promotes all things, Doncaster. Ian and Alison, who were both born in Doncaster and have lived here all their lives wanted to do something to help put the town firmly back on the map.
In January 2014 Ian and Alison took a property in the Town Centre – 7 Young Street – and started to work on moving the Brewery and creating a Tap Room.
The brewery equipment itself was moved into the new premises in May and was manhandled through the front window due to the size of the vessels.
Although the tap room was opened in January it was work in progress until the Official Launch on the 7th September 2014 when Rosie Winterton MP came and pulled a pint of beer with the help of Civic Mayor Councillor Pat Haith.
In September 2022, to celebrate 10 years of Doncaster Brewery we had a Rebrand. The logo was updated to be more modern and fresh and the frontage was altered with the new style logo. Thank you to Blokheds for all their hard work. Also to celebrate 10 years of brewing, we opened the Dystopia Bar on the first floor. The Dystopia bar has 10 keg lines, a fridge full of cans and bottles and a wall of spirits. This bar has a different feel to it compared with the Brewery Bar. It is warm and cosy rather than light and airy.