Q: How long have you/the brewery been making beer for?
A: Bellfield Brewery has been up and running for 2 years, but we had a few years before that experimenting with recipes before getting them on the shelves. The brewery was founded by two coeliac friends, with a shared determination of creating great gluten-free beers. At Bellfield Brewery we don’t use enzymes to make the beers gluten-free – normally Brewer’s Clarex is used to make beer gluten-free, but this isn’t the case with our beers- they’re naturally gluten-free.
Q: What got you into brewing?
A: A deep love of beer and a fascination of the process.
Q: When you’re not brewing what are your hobbies?
A: I like to keep fit, listen to music and drink good beer in great company.
Q: What’s your favourite style of beer?
A: I like the classics but I am also fond of DIPAS and the odd New England IPA.
Q: If you could only have one of your brews for the rest of your life, what would it be and why? (I know it’s like picking a favourite child!)
A: Our Bohemian Pilsner is my go to beer, great with food and company.
Q: You are in a supermarket, in the Beer aisle of course, what would you buy? (your wonderful beer isn’t on sale unfortunately!)
A: I would probably pick up something new and funky from the many up and coming craft brewers.
Q: What new flavour combination would you love to try/what new hops would you like to work with?
A: I would love to engineer a Wheat Free Weisse and immerse myself in the cloves and Banana flavours of these styles of beer.
Q: What brewery you would like to collaborate with and why?
A: I would love to work with Stu at Yeasty Boys on a funky Collaboration.
Thanks to Kieran from the team for getting involved with “Meet the Makers”. Here’s one of my reviews that features their Lawless Village IPA. Thanks as well for the beers and the AWESOME looking glass!