To mark this year’s Burns Night, we’ve cooked up some bite-sized Haggis Sausage Rolls, paired with a warming glug of Death or Glory ale. The first Burns supper was held in 1801 to mark the death of one of Scotland’s finest sons, Robert Burns. Each year on January 25th, haggis is eaten, and glasses raised to celebrate the Scottish poet. Although whisky may be the obvious choice, beer makes for an amazing lower-strength alternative when Read more >

January 25th, 2021|


As the world’s most popular alcoholic drink, we believe that beer should be accessible for everyone. #Veganuary is an annual campaign to promote awareness for vegetarian and vegan diets, diets that represent millions of British drinkers. With this, we are proud to showcase our range of vegan friendly brews... RAVEN KING is a powerful IPA with waves of tropical fruits from Citra and Mosaic, dry-hopped for extra aroma. Brewed using wheat for a full-bodied finish, Read more >

January 21st, 2021|


Tring Brewery is excited take part in #Tryanuary Tryanuary is a volunteer-led campaign that encourages consumers to support beer businesses in the difficult month of January. In the spirit of new experiences for the New Year, we’re launching two brand new beers in January, with more treats announced along the way. Kicking off, with our first monthly special of 2021 we have Hair of the Dog. This aptly named Pale Ale marks the beginning of Read more >

January 14th, 2021|

Back with a bite!

Tring Brewery are proud to announce that we have re-joined forces with Chilterns Dog Rescue Society - our charity of choice for 2021. Due to the uncertainty of last year, we had to press pause on our campaigning, now we’re back with a bite! The team at Tring Brewery will collaborate with the local rescue centre, brewing twelve monthly specials named after our fun-loving, furry friends. In return for their beery inspiration, Tring Brewery will Read more >

January 4th, 2021|
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