Purity's Timeline

2005

Paul Halsey and James Minkin establish award-winning craft brewery in 2005 with the mission of brewing great beer without prejudice, with a conscience and with a consistency and attention to detail, which is second to none.

2006

Flo joins as our head brewer as the brewery starts to make waves with Pure Gold and Pure UBU.

2008

A third beer is introduced to the range. Mad Goose a zesty pale ale with a smooth and citrusy finish.

2013

Saddle Black becomes a Purity Brewing Company’s fourth beer. A seasonal black beer inspired by our love of cycling.

2012-13

Thanks to growing sales and awareness of the brand, a new brewery facility is designed and then built to keep up with demand.

2012

Purity continues to expand and embeds itself into music and arts events.

2013-14

Longhorn IPA becomes our first craft keg product. A 5% rye IPA named after the rare breed Longhorn cattle Longhorn on the farm at which the brewery is based.

2014

Lawless Lager becomes our second keg product and first craft lager. Lawless, our maverick brew follows the 500-year-old Bavarian brewing law to achieve traditional purity using only four ingredients.

2015

Purity Brewing toasts an exciting and unique partnership with Wasps Rugby & the Ricoh Arena as official cask ale partner. We also joined the Coventry Rugby family of partners as official cask beer.

2018

Not one but two beers for Purity. 2018 saw us release our first ever gluten-free beer – our Session IPA which design was a collaboration between Purity and the Birmingham School of Art. Pure Helles was also launched as our first collaboration brew with our long term partners Maisel’s Weisse from Bavaria.

2017-18

Due to continued growth and popularity of craft cans, the decision was taken to invest in a state of the art UK designed and made canning line. This allows all of our cans to be done on site and gives the brew team total control from grain to glass.

2017

Bunny Hop joins the Purity family. Extra hopped and extra pale ale inspired by our founder’s journey to discover our brewery location.

2005

Paul Halsey and James Minkin establish award-winning craft brewery in 2005 with the mission of brewing great beer without prejudice, with a conscience and with a consistency and attention to detail, which is second to none.

2006

Flo joins as our head brewer as the brewery starts to make waves with Pure Gold and Pure UBU.

2008

A third beer is introduced to the range. Mad Goose a zesty pale ale with a smooth and citrusy finish.

2012

Purity continues to expand and embeds itself into music and arts events.

2012-13

Thanks to growing sales and awareness of the brand, a new brewery facility is designed and then built to keep up with demand.

2013

Saddle Black becomes a Purity Brewing Company’s fourth beer. A seasonal black beer inspired by our love of cycling.

 

2013-14

Longhorn IPA becomes our first craft keg product. A 5% rye IPA named after the rare breed Longhorn cattle Longhorn on the farm at which the brewery is based.

 

 

2014

Lawless Lager becomes our second keg product and first craft lager. Lawless, our maverick brew follows the 500-year-old Bavarian brewing law to achieve traditional purity using only four ingredients.

 

2015

Purity Brewing toasts an exciting and unique partnership wish Wasps Rugby & the Ricoh Arena as official cask ale partner. We also joined the Coventry Rugby family of partners as official cask beer.

2017

Bunny Hop joins the Purity family. Extra hopped and extra pale ale inspired by our founder’s journey to discover our brewery location.

2017-18

Due to continued growth and popularity of craft cans, the decision was taken to invest in a state of the art UK designed and made canning line. This allows all of our cans to be done on site and gives the brew team total control from grain to glass.

2018

Not one but two beers for Purity. This year has seen us release our first ever gluten-free beer – our Session IPA which design was a collaboration between Purity and the Birmingham School of Art. Pure Helles was also launched as our first collaboration brew with our long term partners Maisel’s Weisse from Bavaria.

Purity Brewing - Great Beer, Real Character since 2005

When Purity Brewing Company set out the mission was simple: brew great beer without prejudice, with a conscience and with a consistency and an attention to detail, which is second to none.

Brewing award winning cask beers Pure UBU (4.5%), Mad Goose (4.2%), Pure Gold (3.8% or 4.3%), Bunny Hop (3.5%) and Saddle Black (seasonal 5.8%) and keg beers Longhorn IPA (5%) and Lawless Lager (4.5%) Purity has a range of beers, which at once pushes the boundaries without compromising on quality. We are proud of our range of beers, which you can read more about here.

Based on a working farm in the heart of the beautiful Warwickshire countryside, Purity is committed to brewing beer with a conscience. Our brewery practices are designed to be environmentally friendly and in the case of our wetland system, environmentally enriching.

Purity is a name synonymous with music and the arts and thanks to our support for music events such as Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul, Moseley Folk, Camper Calling and Lunar Festivals. We like to keep our finger on the cultural pulse.

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