Wye Valley Brewery

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Lamb Hotel / The Barrels
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Lamb Hotel / The Barrels
Courtesy Roy Denison

Wye Valley Brewery Ltd, Stoke Lacy, Herefordshire HR7 4HG

Founded in May 1985 at the Nags Head, Canon Pyon, Herefordshire, when the business of the Abbey Brewery, Torworth, Notts was moved there. (See also Canon Pyon Brewery)

In 1986, they moved to the old stable block of The Barrels (formerly The Lamb Hotel), 69 St Owen Street, Hereford, this becoming their first tied house. The premises were the former home of the Lamb Hotel Brewery.

They brewed at The Barrels from 1986, but brewing ceased in 2001 when they moved to Stoke Lacy. Brewing commenced in the old Symonds Cider factory at Stoke Lacy in 2002 following the move from Hereford.

List of Wye Valley pubs:

  1. The Barrels, 69 St Owen Street, Hereford
  2. Vaga Tavern, Vaga Street, Hereford
  3. Britannia, 7 Cotterell Street, Hereford
  4. Chequers, 63 Etnam Street, Leominster
  5. Rose & Lion, 5 New Road, Bromyard
  6. Black Star, Mitton Street, Stourport-on-Severn
  7. Morgan (formerly Cavalry Arms), 52 Clarence Road, Great Malvern
  8. Pelican (formerly College Arms; Pelican Inn), 4 St Marys Street, Gloucester

BHS visit to Stoke Lacy, September 2010:

From the Paul Gunnell archive

Various images