We are focused on making Tilford Brewery a part of the local community.
Collaboration is very important to us. We have already embarked on several successful projects locally and very keen to do much more. Please contact us directly if you want to get involved in a future partnership or collaboration.
Red Mist (EPA) - we donate 10p per pint from every single pint of EPA served as Red Mist in Red Mist Leisure's pubs. To date this has helped raise over £15,000 for local charities and good causes.
2020 - 2021
We have been using our brewery to help create test brews with our friends at Hogsback brewery. Pilot brews including among others; 'Litttle Swine,' and 'Black IPA' have first been brewed at our 2.5BBL plant, with Mark and Miles (Head Brewer HBB) sharing their extensive knowledge to create new and interesting beers, before full production has commenced at the bigger HBB brewery in Tongham.
Farnham Hoppers Prima Donna - A return from the Farnham hop growers harvest, producing an interesting ale with fruity and hoppy kick.
Jurassic Coast Ale - teaming up with Windsor & Eton brewery we helped to produce a deliciously hopped light ale to help raise funds for Red Mist Leisure's Jurassic walk in July 2019. This beer helped to raise over £500 for the charity
Farnham Lions 50th anniversary ale - Brewed with members we have produced an anniversary ale to celebrate this wonderful local charity. 'Roaring Gold' will be showcased at Farnham Beerex 2018.
Three Chefs Wit - hopes grown in the garden of Chef Jay Williams were combined with fresh and unpasteurised honey from Lithuania to produce a distinctive and deeply flavourful wheat ale. at 6% this was much stronger than our Wit recipe. The name was born from the three chefs that combined forces to design the recipe.
Mozzo Coffee Milk Stout - in partnership with our friends at Mozzo Coffee, where the beans are roasted in Hampshire, we produced a silky smooth milk stout
Farnham Hoppers - A local group of hop growers that harvested 'Farnham Prima Donna,' a unique hop grown in gardens around Farnham. We turned this into a single hop beer, which we loved. We also hosted a harvest party where we showcased our efforts and of course enjoyed several pints of this unique brew!