Anarchy Brew Co. is an award winning, small brewery committed to big flavours.
Starting life in January 2012 amongst the rolling fields of the Northumberland countryside, our small team is dedicated to using only the finest ingredients to create increasingly forward thinking beers.
Originally concentrating on a small number of cask conditioned ales, we soon realised the north east was crying out for flavour. Our range has grown dramatically, developing into over twenty wildly different beers that we are a constantly striving to improve on.
From citrus soaked session beers, kiwi and lime loaded IPAs and coffee infused Breakfast Stouts; we are proud to brew aggressively flavoured, esoteric ales.
Available throughout Europe on cask, keg and bottle but whichever you chose our beers won’t compromise on freshness or flavour. Fact.
Box Social Brewing was established in 2015 by father and son duo Steve and Ross Holland. The brewery's aim is to create new and exciting beers to get people talking to each other and question their perception of beer.
After a long time working out of Steve's garage, brewing beer really just for ourselves, we decided to take the plunge and set up shop in a small industrial estate in Newburn on a 6 Barrel kit. We built a small tasting room on site so people could come and taste the freshest beer possible and began working on our beer range. Four years later, we were selling out of beer faster than we could make it and decided we had to take the next step.
We moved into our new 15 Barrel brewery in February 2019. This has allowed us to create not only better beer, but more of it!
Our goal is simple, to continue to create the best beer we can.
A Thriving Craft Brewery
The Brewery was inherited by Nathaniel's Son, Thomas who ran the Brewery for a number of years, where he also raised his son John (known as Jack) who was brought up in the Brew house. Jack later passed on both his passion and knowledge of brewing to his son and grandson John and Chris Sadler, now fourth and fifth generation Brewers. The Brewery was historically re-opened during the winter of 2004, 77 years after Thomas Sadler brewed his last pint in 1927.