The Worcester Brewing Company
The historic Victorian brick-built railway arches in Worcester City Centre’s Cherry Tree Walk house a number of businesses, and at Arch 49 is the Worcester Brewing Company.
Started 4 years ago by brewer Brian Tonks, the brewery combines a passion for well-crafted traditional ales with active local community engagement. In a move characteristic of this project, Brian teamed up with acclaimed local artist Andy Tyler to produce highly distinctive artwork for hand-pull clips, posters and banners.
From the start, we saw the brewery as a venue for community-based events and gatherings - including screening of commercial and Arthouse films and hosting of local musicians. ..
Needless to say, top quality traditional ales are always on supply.
The brewery has a six-barrel capacity, with the kit having been lovingly rebuilt and refurbished following relocation from Ludlow Brewery. It has always been our intent to make use of locally-sourced ingredients as far as possible
A selection of cask ales from the brewery, together with ales from selected local breweries will be available, served from the cask.
Barbourne cider will also be available served from the box
Please check back a week before the festival for more details on our beers.
Time are fluid...
Friday 27th March 2020
8.00 pm - THE OOHZ
‘Sticky, sweet sardonica with a pinch in the dark...wade-in deep, until the Oohz tickles the undersides of your earlobes..’
Saturday 28th March 2020
8.00 pm - THE SALT ROAD
‘Former members of the ‘Poor Boys of Worcester’ play an evolution of Americana, Hoe Down, Hogwash and fun...’
Sunday 29th March 2020
Afternoon - OPEN MIC hosted by Maddy Hickling
A selection of vegetarian/vegan hot food will be available throughout the festival.