Lots going on throughout the fine city of Norwich for the next couple of weeks and Humpty Dumpty will be participating as usual with events and beer
First up we have…….. Humpty Dumpty Brewery Pop Up Shop @ King Head
Start: 12.00 | End: 17.00
Chat with the Humpty Dumpty Team and buy (to take away) a selection of their award winning bottled beers. Tastings available and beer by the pint on the bar!
Then there is……… Humpty Dumpty Brewery Bus Trip @ Kings Head & Humpty Dumpty Brewery
Start: 12.00 | End: 17.00
Travel in (old) style to the award winning Humpty Dumpty Brewery in Reedham and tour the brewery, chat with the team, sample a selection of beers.
Price to be confirmed – spaces limited – pop into the Kings Head for more information and to book your place.
And of course, throughout the whole week, you can look for and then try our “City Hoppers” in participating pubs.
Each one is unique with a different dry hop finish added to the cask prior to delivery – How many will you find?
On the 27th December 2016 a walk around Reedham village was organised to highlight residents disappointment with the closing of a footpath within the village and to raise both awareness and funds with the hope of seeing this reversed and the path re-instated.
The walk started at the village Hall and finished at the brewery where a one off firkin of beer (footpath ale) was donated for sale to the thirsty walkers to further the fund raising. There was also coffee, tea, mince pies, biscuits etc supplied by a willing team of volunteers as well as a tombola, with prizes generously donated from various organisations and businesses within the village.
You can read a full article from the Eastern Daily Press HERE
Broadland Sunrise picked up the GOLD for best bitter (cask) at the Norwich and Norfolk Camra awards this year. It also picked up SILVER in the overall category with Honey Cat (from the Fatcat Brewery) pipping it to the top spot, well done to them.
Our Bottled Porter also picked up A Silver in the bottled Stout and Porter category.
On Tuesday 12th January 2016 representatives from the brewery met with representatives from our local First Responders and Reedham Parish Council.
This was two-fold event, with the unveiling of the new Defibrillator and cabinet at the village hall – funded by Grants from the Parish Council, the First Responders and the Village Hall Association and the presentation of the Humpty Dumpty cheque to the First Responders from our fund raising in 2015.
In total the brewery presented £1350, of which £1200 was raised at our open weekend in December and the other £150 was given by our local CAMRA (Norwich and Norfolk) on holding their branch meeting at the brewery in September.
Back (left to Right)
Lesley George (Brewery) Margaret Ditcham (First Responders) David Hale (Parish Council, Chairman) Mary Anne Fermoy (Brewery)
Front Kneeling (Left to Right)
David Breeze (First Responders, Parish Council) Roger Ditcham (First Responder)
Noticed the change on our page header? It’s part of our new brand look. New bottle labels, new pump clips, new media – a whole new look……
Keep your eye out for the changes as we roll them out over the next month or so, here, on social media (Facebook / Twitter) and at all good outlets supplying Humpty Dumpty Beers.
Facebook and Twitter pages now updated with new cover photos and logos…
Just for fun, have you seen a Humpty Dumpty Beer somewhere unusual or unexpected or maybe something named Humpty Dumpty. Send a photo to us, via email to the webmaster, and we might just add it to this blog (do please keep it safe for work). Here are a couple to get us started….
This one is from Gareth Potter, The Humpty Dumpty tea room in Bruges, Belgium.
And here’s a well traveled Swallowtail, that’s Fukuoka Castle, Japan, in the background. Thanks to Stephen Case for that one…