Norton Brewing

Where the beer is as important as the people who make it

 

 

OUR ALES

We currently produce 3 Ales for bottle, cask and mini-keg. Beers only available for collection from our brewery.
Please note the cask ales and Mini-kegs are 4% ABV and the bottled beers are 4.2% ABV.

PRIORY GOLD

PRIORY ALE

PRIORY VELVET

A refreshingly crisp Traditional amber coloured ale.
Light, refreshing and tangy.
Goes with fresh light foods, salads or cheese.

A smooth golden ale with a hint of orange.
Good solid all-rounder.
Goes with everything from light meal to curry’s and everything in between

A smooth dark ruby ale brewed, using chocolate malt.
Tasty full bodied.
Goes well with steak as a pie or steak & chips or traditional food.

£1.90

£1.90

£1.90

PER BOTTLE inc VAT

PER BOTTLE inc VAT

PER BOTTLE inc VAT

£5

£5

£5

3 BOTTLE GIFT SET
(Mixed set also available) inc VAT

3 BOTTLE GIFT SET
(Mixed set also available) inc VAT

3 BOTTLE GIFT SET
(Mixed set also available) inc VAT

£16

£16

£16

MINI KEG (5 ltr) inc VAT

CASK (10 gall)

MINI KEG (5 ltr) inc VAT

MINI KEG (5 ltr) inc VAT

We also sell at local produce and farmers as well as craft markets. Soon we will be able to sell at our very own shop in Widnes. We are having a number of “ landlords days” that promotes and markets our beers throughout the area.

Our brewery will be supplying Priory Ale to the House of Commons in the near future where it will be sold in the Strangers Bar

ALLERGY ADVICE: All our beers contain Barley, Wheat, Sugar or other cereals.

Norton Priory

The brewery is located at Norton Priory

Get in touch

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Use the form to order beers.
We are only currently able to accept cash on collection or cheques made payable to Halton Borough Council. Collection of orders can only take place Monday – Friday 9.00am – 4pm. Outside these times (weekends) the bottled beers can be purchased at the Cafe and shop in Norton Priory Museum.

This is not monitored at weekends or during bank holidays.

Any emails or orders put through for beers will be dealt with on the following Monday or nearest working day thereafter.

MEET THE BREWER

Halton Community Services have been improving the quality of life for some of the most vulnerable people who use our service. We have opened new work based opportunities across the borough, which will enable people with disabilities to learn pre-employment skills in order to access the work place through business and entrepreneurship.

Our strategy was simple. Divert resources from traditional “bricks and mortar” based day-care services, and create opportunities structured for business and linked to the commercial world. Instead of passively receiving traditional day centre activities, users of the service now have opportunities to spend a varied and rewarding day, contributing to the day today running of a business. The experience increases levels of confidence, and gives them a self-value that is priceless.

This was made possible through our strong links with Norton Priory Museum who is one of the services key partners and the hub of the services business model it is home to:

Country Garden Catering, included in its business area is, the Refectory Cafe which is based in Norton Priority Museum, a Tea Room based in Walled Garden area plus an ice cream making parlour also sited there.
Norton Brewing based in the grounds at Norton Priory the real ale is brewed by people who use the service trainee brewers, under the watchful eye of trained staff and is sold to licenced premises and is available in gift packs.

Bottling Plant

Additionally a bottling plant has opened within the grounds of Norton Priory which adds more diverse opportunities for people particularly those under the Autistic Spectrum as it offers them the structure they need to complete the task also as a specialist skill increases there employ-ability.

Coach House Crafts provide handmade quality craft products bespoke to the buyer; people involved in the craft production are guided by experienced staff.

Halton Community Services operates within 22 community venues across the borough and strives to provide meaningful day time activity for the people who use its services; the whole concept is based on opportunity for all, the success of the model is measured on achievement and outcomes, an exit strategy into the commercial world of work has been developed, to date, three people have been found an employment opportunity outside the scope of the service.

Halton Community Services is an award winning service which is recognised locally and nationally as innovative and ground-breaking, the service prides itself on its person centred approaches to supporting people regardless of disability to develop employment skills which can be transferred into the workplace.145 adults with a learning disability are currently enjoying multiple work experience opportunities in the business area of the service either as trainee stylists, brewers, catering assistants, customer care assistants.

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