New project aims to support independent, small brewers • Beer Today

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The team behind Yorkshire’s Crooked Brewing is launching a new initiative to help support similar-sized brewers across the country.

Crooked Brewing taps
Photograph: Crooked Brewing

The Small Brewery Project has been launched to bring together small independents, combining their expertise and passion. The aim is to reach a wider customer base and new stockists, offering them support and much needed income as they begin their recovery from covid.

Beers from the producers will be available to purchase through the Small Brewery Project online hub, with customers able to pick and choose, or buy curated boxes, based on taste, strength and style.

The breweries signed up are:

  • Another Beer, York, North Yorkshire
  • Bianca Road, Bermondsey, London.
  • Black Storm, Whitley Bay, North Tyneside
  • C84 Brewing, Cropton, North Yorkshire
  • Crooked Brewing, Church Fenton, North Yorkshire
  • Donkeystone, Oldham, Greater Manchester
  • Green Duck Brewery, Stourbridge, West Midlands
  • McColls, Evenwood, County Durham
  • Neckstamper, Leyton, East London
  • No Frills Joe, Greenhithe, Kent
  • Piglove, Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • Horsforth Brewery, Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • Three Fiends, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire

Crooked Brewing managing director, Steve Dawson, said: “We know as much as anybody how badly the pandemic has affected both the hospitality industry and breweries alike. It is from this that we decided to do something to help others in our position, understanding that together we are stronger!

“Our aim is to bring forward the unsung heroes of the brewing world and to champion breweries who don’t routinely feature in your local off-licence. It makes a big difference to the small, independent producers you are supporting, that you will be drinking their beers and telling other people about it.

“The more people who are interested in it, the more it will grow, and ultimately it’s the people who can help shape the future of the Small Brewery Project. What’s more, if there is someone making good beer, who is independent and not well known, tell us about them.”

• Find out more at thesmallbreweryproject.com or contact the team via social media if you have a brewery you think would love to join the team.