We received the key to our brewery on 24th December 2013. So we have got through the second year, that “second difficult album”, and we now have time to contemplate, time for a rethink and time to set a new direction. This year we intend to focus more on the local community. We have a fantastic facility, located on the edge of Berkhamsted between the Grand Union Canal and the mainline out of Euston. We know our premises are ideal for events – we can seat 100 people (and stand up to 150), our musicians love the acoustics (natural reverberation), and the industrial setting creates a unique venue and atmosphere.
We aim to host an event most Thursdays including regular music nights, starting with Music on Tap on 17 March, along with the occasional Saturday music festivals. After the success of our last one, we intend to run a monthly Quiz Evening on the first Friday of the month. Our members will be invited to a quarterly free event, starting with a Beer & Cheese Evening. We will also have our annual Beer, Blues and Barbecue family day and this year the 2nd Berkhamsted Beer Festival) a celebration of the Chilterns) will run for two days. I am also looking forward to meeting James Alderson and friends again at our ever-popular Comedy Evenings.
So come down the brewery and get involved. Join us for music, laughs, great food and beer fresh from the brewery. If you are in a band and fancy Busking in the Brewery then get in touch. Check out our events page on Facebook for the full calendar.