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#FyneFest20 – Meet The Brewers Part Four

Another Friday, another exciting batch of breweries to reveal for FyneFest 2020!

This fourth instalment in the blog series features another seven breweries for this year’s fest bringing out total to 30 so far, so we’ve still got a few more to tell you about next week – stay tuned.


Here we go with some more awesome beer merchants for #FyneFest20:


Verdant have featured at FyneFest every year since 2020, with their hop-forward beers wowing festival-goers and making them a must-have for our annual Summer party.
What to expect?
Hops and juice.


Originally brewing out of Edinburgh but now residing in Dundee, Vault City are a small team who’ve made a big impact in a short time with super-fruited sours. Their dense, juicy beers are real showstoppers – keep your eyes peeled for brightly coloured pours coming from the Origins Brewing Bar!
What to expect?
Fruit-forward sours in a rainbow of colours!

Fyne Ales has a lot in common with Sheffield’s Abbeydale – both born of a proud cask heritage with a well-respected flagship pale ale at the core, both venturing into exciting progressive beers and small-batch mixed fermentation sours in more recent years and both run by lovely people who we’re excited to hang out with in Glen Fyne.
What to expect?
Well-crafted cask and plenty of fun stuff on keg.

If you’re not familiar with Norfolk’s Duration Brewery, you definitely want to catch up on their story – Miranda and Bates have built a dream destination brewery in rural England over the past few years and are now producing beautiful clean-fermented pales, lagers and saisons with mixed fermentation beers on the horizon. We were proud to collab with them in the Glen in 2018 with Origins Brewing and looking forward to the return leg down south later this year.
What to expect?
Beers that belong from their incredible brewhouse.

Siren are great at everything. Everything. From amazing progressive cask beers to adventurous cans with their beautiful artwork – they’ve been killing it for years. We’ll be showcasing their brilliant beers across both cask and keg formats on the main bar at #FyneFest20.
What to expect?
Maybe something Fyne?


Returning for FyneFest 2020, Burnt Mill produce exceptional beers under the guidance of Sophie De Ronde, named UK Brewer of the Year at the 2019 Society of Independent Breweries Awards. Their beers aren’t about being showy or crazy, they’re just brilliantly made and beautifully balanced simple beers that are true to style.
What to expect?
We were lucky to get a couple of casks of their flagship gluten-free pale, Pintle, in 2018 – hopefully more of that because it was awesome.

Manchester’s Marble make Pint. Pint is a brilliant cask beer that we could drink all weekend at FyneFest with little difficulty (maybe with some Jarl thrown in the mix). We’ve been friends with them for a good few years and consider them part of the FyneFest furniture – if you’re ever in Manchester, make a beeline for The Marble Arch, their flagship pub that combines old world charm with brilliantly modern food and drink.
What to expect?


Another seven breweries added to the line-up for FyneFest, bringing our total to 30 for 2020!

Come back next Friday when we’ll reveal another batch of breweries whose beer you can enjoy at FyneFest 2020 and stay tuned to social media tomorrow for more exciting FyneFest news!

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