Gravity Fields is a fantastic and eclectic festival of science and arts in a long-overdue celebration of the life and achievements of one of the world’s greatest scientists, Sir Isaac Newton – courtesy of South Kesteven District Council (check out their website here www.gravityfields.co.uk). And we are putting beer at the heart of this.
Newly opened Grantham wine bar Oscars is to offer locally brewed beer, from Oldershaw brewery, from next week.
Karen Middleton, owner of Oscars, said, “Since opening we have been really keen to be a part of the local community and offering our customers a great local beer is all part of that”.
St Barnabas, Grantham’s hospice, turns 30 this year and we are teaming up with them to help celebrate, raise money and raise awareness of their great work.
On 10th May the folk from St Barnabas will be joining us to help with a brew specially created for their birthday. We are brewing a pale straw [...]
Next week (18th to 25th April) sees the wonderful Thorold Arms in Harmston (http://www.thoroldarms.co.uk/) run an Oldershaw Beers week.
It will feature Grantham Dark (our mild), Old Boy (a chestnuty, smooth brew), Heavenly Blonde (a zesty, golden beer) Ascalon (a one off traditonal English bitter brewed for St George’s day) and our Best Bitter. It’s [...]
We’ve been thinking a lot about our business. We brew beer, its what we do and we’re pretty obsessive about it. But we’ve realised that it isn’t actually all about the brewing. The malt, the hops, the never ending search to make our beer even better is of course important. But, at the end of [...]
This month sees us brewing St Wulfram’s Summit for the first time. A name inspired by the wonderful flavours of the summit hop which infuse the beer (notes of citrus here) and our local landmark, St Wulfram’s church in Grantham, which has a magnificent medival spire (check out pictures and a history of the church here [...]