OUR BREWERY

The engine room
The engine room
Temperature is everything
Temperature is everything
Hop Back
Hop Back
Digging out
Digging out
Fermentation temperature
Fermentation temperature
Yeasty boys!
Yeasty boys!
Founder, Anthony Hughes
Founder, Anthony Hughes
Casks
Casks
Brewery Shop
Brewery Shop
Brewery Shop
Brewery Shop
CBOB Finalist Tuck
CBOB Finalist Tuck
CBOB Finalist Marion
CBOB Finalist Marion

Lincoln Green Brewery started life in a garage in Mapperley, Nottinghamshire in 2012.  Roll forward to today and we now have a 10 bbl brewery in Hucknall, brewing four times per week producing a core range of ales, each named with a respectful nod towards Nottinghamshire's legendary heroes:

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“Some great ales from a brewery so close to where I live. Love the brewery and the Station Hotel and the range of beers they serve is amazing.”

 

Matt Wright, Google Reviews

As well as the core offer, our customers can also enjoy a range of seasonal beers and one-off specials.  Recent examples included Daybrook a 4.0% Bitter and Gin and Beer It, a 5.0% Gin infused beer which featured at the Great British Beer Festival.

But it doesn’t stop there.  In the last 12 months we have launched Blackshale, a range of premium craft keg beers taking inspiration from the rich coal seam that runs beneath our brewery.

Proud to be brewing in Nottinghamshire and proud of the county’s strong brewing heritage, Lincoln Green aims to operate in an environmentally aware manner, with a controlled delivery radius and sourcing goods and services from local businesses whenever possible.

We are an active member of the local brewing community and collaborate regularly with other brewers in the area to support and promote quality beer and cask in particular.  Recent collaborations have involved Everards Brewery, based in Leicestershire, Welbeck Abbey Brewery, based on the Welbeck Estate in Nottinghamshire and The Old Sawley Brewing Company in Old Sawley, near Long Eaton.