12 Amazing Pub Sheds – You Would Love To Have In Your Back Garden

2017 Edition Yet more Pub sheds that will amaze you or just have you gawping Now with more pub sheds 12 More Amazing Pub Sheds – You Would Love To Have In Your Garden With the amazement by people (who are not sheddies!) that a house sold with a pub shed in it’s back garden…

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Win cheese and cider/beer from our friends at the cheese shed

It has come to the notice of our friends at The Cheese Shed that beer and cider are occasionally consumed with cheese.  Furthermore, down in their Westcountry neck of the woods there’s no shortage of small makers with a passionate devotion to turning out great examples of both. Extensive brainstorming, use of flip charts staring…

Sheddie in Forbes Magazine : America’s Coolest Home Brewery is a shed

Well we all know that sheds are great, and now Forbes magazine in the states thinks so to.. Sheddie and award winning Shed brewer Christopher Bowen is featured.. and talks about his quest to brew beer from old recipes. Great story and great sheddie! The HammerSmith Brewery and Alehouse

Sheddie makes a noise over Old Speckled Hen

Press release from Old Speckled Hen Old Speckled Hen beer fan Jonathan Vincent has created a mini bottle orchestra to celebrate the his favourite brew, creating his own unique version of Beethovens famous Ode to Joy. After putting together the instrument in his shed, Jonathan sent his amateur footage to Greene King. The brewers of…

Pub in garden row – is it a pub shed?

Thanks to Rob for the heads up Garden ‘pub’ probe INVESTIGATIONS are continuing today after police raided a makeshift pub set up in the garden of a Hampshire home. Officers busted the venue in Guest Road, Eastleigh, where they found fully working beer pumps and used beer kegs in the back garden. Neighbours alerted police…

Shed.TV – Iam a home brewer

ok not all home brewers do it in sheds, but some do, this great video about Americans who want to get quality beer into their lives.

Shed Week 2009 interviews : Arfur Daley

This is the second in my Shed Week series of guest posts, this one is a drinking acquaintance of mine (we don’t meet up enough but he invites me to festivals.., more Arfur please!) He’s not a sheddie but he knows about something that is very close to my heart (after sheds) Real ale, Welsh…

Win some beer to drink in your shed

To celebrate St George’s Day, Drink of England, Wells Bombardier is undertaking a nationwide hunt for the Champion of England. And to celebrate readersheds.co.uk inclusion on the list of champions, our patriotic friends at Bombardier have given us four cases of the lovely Wells Bombardier to give away. So we are going to split it…

Is uncle wilco a champion of England?

Well according to bombardier.co.uk beer I am!, an example nominee for champion of England that is.. To celebrate St George’s Day and Bombardier’s association with English Heritage, we’re undertaking a nationwide search to find the Champion of England – a wonderfully English person that makes this country what it is. The winner will be presented…

Beer brewing in the shed – Beer of the year

BBC up north east, reports (around 20 mins in) Emma Milne sets out on a pub crawl with a difference – this time round the breweries set up in sheds in back gardens in Darlington We mentioned the beer sheddies before but its great to see them in action. They have their own Beer of…

Shed + sheddies x beer = Shed Homebrew Heaven

A great little story from the Journal in N’castle The equation couldn’t be simpler. While men and sheds have always been an irresistible combination, inserting brewing enthusiasm into the formula results in Paradise. John Winterburn, John Anderson, Pete Fenwick, Ian Jackson, Trevor Danes, John Penman and another half-dozen ale stalwarts scattered from Hartlepool to Gainford…

Win a copy of Brew your own British Ale

Our friends at Camra of course the people that are Campaigning for Real Ale, Pubs and Drinkers’, like us sheddies! Has given us a copy of the 3rd edition of the excellent Brew Your Own British Real Ale You can win a copy here.

Beer of the week : Wetherspoons beer festival

I don’t post enough about my other love on this blog as much as I would like – Real Ale that is…… I have been partaking in the wetherspoons beer festival for the last week or so around the pubs of Cardiff, and have had some great beer… here is a selection. Anyway you can…

Beer brewed for the shed…. a Poem

We don’t get enough shed poetry on readersheds or shedblog let along about beer and sheds. Tim Baber has sent me this great poem that covers both my main loves (don’t tell Mrs Uncle Wilco) it was written by his father Jim as he says “Written by my dad who is 90 years old and…

Would you be happy with two-thirds of a pint?

All over the news.. Drinkers could soon be able to order two-thirds of a pint under new proposals to change measures for food and drink, it has been announced. The consultation will consider introducing two-thirds of a pint of draught beer or cider alongside the current pint, half pint and third of a pint –…

Beer of the Week – It’s not all dark

Keep wanting to do another one of these posts from my Beer of the Week Group anyway two dates for the diary The Worlds Biggest Real Ale festival 20th October to 16th November Oct-O-Bar-Fest 08 Thursday 23rd – Sunday 26th October 2008.

Beer of the Week – refresh

Not done one of these for ages, but as there seems to be more and more shedpubs and I like my beer Here is my list of my favourite beers for the last number of weeks. remember you can add your favourite beers to my flickr group Beer of the Week.,