The Taproom Bar

The Taproom Bar

The best place to drink Grain beers!


The Taproom is open from February until the end of December…

FRIDAYS             12     to     7pm

SATURDAYS       12      to     7pm

Here’s the ‘What’s on’ for 2024, but keep coming back as we’ll add more to it

Friday 1 March – Wild Flour Pizza from 5pm
Saturday 16 March – Wild Flour Pizza
Easter Saturday 30 March – Sam Taylor guitar/banjo, Flying Chef Hot Dogs
Saturday 13 April – Wild Flour Pizza, Grooves at Grain with DJ Hogie
Saturday 27 April – Celebration of the Barley Queen, Wicked Hamptons folk, Flying Chef Hot Dogs
Saturday 11 May – Wild Flour Pizza, Grooves at Grain with DJ Hogie
Saturday 18 May – Dirty Fryer Boys
Saturday 25 May – Sugar Beatniks, Flying Chef Hot Dogs
Saturday 15 June – Wild Flour Pizza, The Butcher’s Dog (warm up gig)
Saturday 29 June – 2 – 10 GRAIN FEST!!!!!
Saturday 13 July – Dirty Fryer Boys, Grooves at Grain with DJ Hogie
Saturday 27 July – Sugar Beatniks, Flying Chef Hot Dogs
Saturday 17 August – Grooves at Grain with DJ Hogie
Saturday 31 August – Paul Gillings harmonica/guitar, Flying Chef Hot Dogs
Saturday 21 September – Dirty Fryer Boys
Saturday 5 October – Hop Harvest Party
Saturday 28 October – Late Oktober Fest

The Taproom

The Taproom is the heart of the brewery where you’ll have the opportunity to try a range of the beers we brew, and is your first stop to sample new brews. If you’re new to Grain, then order a flight of beers for a selection of our brews for the price of a pint.

If beer isn’t your thing (what, really?!), then we also have wines, G&T and soft drinks.

Children are very welcome but it’s up to you to keep an eye on them and the same goes for dogs.


Brewery Tours

During the week the brewery is a busy hub of activity where all the magic happens and we are only able to offer tours on certain days of the month. If you would like a tour, we offer them for a small fee, and you can add a flight of beer to your booking. Children can tag along for free.

Click here to book a brewery tour

You will be given an insight into what goes into the beer we brew, how we mash, and the difference between cask ale and lagered keg beer. If it’s ready, you’ll be able to try beer fresh from the tank.

You’ll leave as an expert with a thirst for more beer and more beer knowledge.

If you are at the Taproom on a tour day, you can book there and then. Tours run on the hour between 1pm and 4pm when we have a booking, and last about half an hour.

Stay nearby

There are some great places to stay with walking distance of the brewery, and it’s just fields and quiet roads to get to us. Here’s our top three:

Click here for Choo Choo Moo Railway Carriages

Top of the list are South Farm’s very own lovingly restored railway carriages. Edward and Victoria are nestled in one of the wild flower meadows of the farm, it’s just a 10 minute amble away. Enjoy a beer or two at the Taproom, then head back to relax in your very own outside bath, at this wonderful off-grid retreat.

Click here for Friend’s Farm Shepherd’s Huts

A little further along the road and you have the shepherd huts at Friend’s Farm. Enjoy the views and the sheep.

Click here for Broadwash Farm Glamping

And just down the hill, across the field and over Tun Beck you can camp in style in one of the luxurious glamping tents at Broadwash Farm.

Click here for Wortwell Hall Barn B&B

Down the hill and across the road is this luxurious Bed & Breakfast