Stonehenge Ales: News and Events
Welcome to Colin Murphy
our new Sales Manager
What does a brewer do when he does not brew? Stig learns how to play the old piano we brought with us from Denmark all those years ago - almost 22 now
Just after Christmas, Stig's piano teacher gave him a funny little present. A hand knitted doll. What does a grown man do with a hand knitted doll? Stig decided to name the doll Dave and to employ him as News Presenter at Stonehenge Ales Ltd
Dave's first task is to advertise OLD SMOKEY
Simply a perfect pint!
Always on the outlook for new quality
ingredients for our beers
This summer Stig went on a fact finding tour of hop farms in Slovenia.
As you can imagine it was very hard work as the final product had to be tested!!!
Step 1: Inspecting the hop crop
Step 2: Ensuring all the hop cones have been processed properly
Step 3 : Reaping the rewards!!
We are participating in the Warminster Art Society's "Go Bustards!" Project where almost ostrich size fiberglass bustards have been created.
Anna Marie, who - apart from taking care of the office and accounts - has a university degree in Fine Art has painted "Dratsub" who symbolizes the Wiltshire Flag. He is a joint venture between The Organ Inn in Warminster and us and he went along with all the other colourful bustards to greet the Queen at Salisbury Cathedral on the 1st May.
"Dratsub" is going to live at The Organ Inn in Warminster where you can go and meet him over a pint of Great Bustard or another pint of equally excellently kept and served beer.
We are proud to announce that our Great Bustard in bottles has been awarded a Bronze medal on the 8th of March at the 2012 SIBA National Beer Competition after having won Gold at the SIBA South West Regional Beer Competion in 2011
Contacting our webmaster
Contacting our webmaster: You can easily contact "FB", the Stonehenge Ales webmaster, to let him know how to do his job properly, the easiest way is via email just click here,