As a small company ourselves we are delighted to have assisted the Rebellion Beer Co (The Marlow Brewery) with three planning applications for improvements to their brew house, and their hop storage and packaging store buildings.
The Brewery moved to its current premises on Bencombe Farm in 1999, occupying the old grainstore and other redundant farm buildings. Most of the brewing equipment installed has been purchased second hand from other breweries that have closed down over the years. The Rebellion Brewery is a working brewery museum, containing equipment from old, closed breweries such as Morlands of Abingdon, Morrells of Oxford, Flowers of Cheltenham and Brakspears of Henley. Most of the beer produced in the brewery is traditional cask conditioned ale for sale to local pubs and in the on-site brewery shop, with the remainder going into bottle for sale through the brewery shop, local restaurants, hotels and off-licences. As support from local people has increased, the Rebellion Brewery has reduced the area it actively sells to and now considers as “export” anything that goes out of Bucks, Berks & Oxon. Browse the Brewery Shop for further details on available products and breewery tours.