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'''From the Brewery History Society journal number 91'''
 
'''From the Brewery History Society journal number 91'''
  
Set up by Bernard and Kerry Sloan on the 1st July 1996. Bernard, an ex chemcal engineering consultant, uses a five barrel plant he designed himself and a 15 barrel mash tun giving a weekly capacity of 15 barrels a week. In an area not renowned for real ale Bernard has succesfully sold Whitewater beers in 10 outlets within approximately a 30 mile radius of the brewery.
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Set up by Bernard and Kerry Sloan on the 1st July 1996. Bernard, an ex-chemical engineering consultant, uses a five barrel plant he designed himself and a 15 barrel mash tun giving a weekly capacity of 15 barrels a week. In an area not renowned for real ale Bernard has successfully sold Whitewater beers in 10 outlets within approximately a 30 mile radius of the brewery.
  
 
Distributors are used and production soon after commencing was a respectable 10 barrels a week.
 
Distributors are used and production soon after commencing was a respectable 10 barrels a week.
  
 
[[category:Northern Ireland]]
 
[[category:Northern Ireland]]

Latest revision as of 12:07, 15 July 2019

Whitewater Brewing Company, 40 Tullyframe Road, Kilkeel, Co Down, Ireland.

Brewing commenced 1996.

From the Brewery History Society journal number 91

Set up by Bernard and Kerry Sloan on the 1st July 1996. Bernard, an ex-chemical engineering consultant, uses a five barrel plant he designed himself and a 15 barrel mash tun giving a weekly capacity of 15 barrels a week. In an area not renowned for real ale Bernard has successfully sold Whitewater beers in 10 outlets within approximately a 30 mile radius of the brewery.

Distributors are used and production soon after commencing was a respectable 10 barrels a week.