Posts Tagged ‘Head Brewer Ethan Kannor’

Farewell Dean

We’re all going to miss Brewery Manager Dean Beckwith’s cheerful smile when he leaves us today (Friday 1st February) for pastures new. When he first joined the team he made our beer deliveries and we named him Dean the Dray.  Since changing roles to Brewery Manager, he’s made sure our production schedules and stock level […]

From Mash Tun to Glass

We are delighted to share with you Brentwood Brewery’s new promotional video which illustrates the brewing process in super-quick time. In just about 30 seconds the film charts the journey of a pint of Brentwood Beer from Mash Tun to glass.  The video will get its first public outing during the ad breaks at The […]

Chipping Chirper

When Ongar Dads got together ahead of this year’s annual school fete they thought long and hard about novel ways to raise funds for Chipping Ongar Primary School Association (COPSA). The solution? Selflessly, they decided ‘Let’s drink beer’. ‘Not just any beer, our own beer.’ So we were delighted when they approached us at Brentwood […]

Marathon Achievement

It was the hottest day of the year so far and Brighton, it turns out, is much hillier than you might imagine but that didn’t stop the brewery’s team Fragile but Agile from completing this year’s Brighton Marathon.  Their fatigue, cramps and muscle injuries, not to mention the blisters were all well worth it.  The team’s fundraising […]

Summer Virgin in Ongar

Yes, Brentwood Summer Virgin will be available in Ongar, on tap, when the newly refurbished Kings Head re-opens.  The former 17th Century coaching inn, is now operated by Oakman Inns and managed by Landlady Rachel Wyatt.  The pub has two sun terraces, a quiet lounge, separate bar and comfortable, contemporary open-plan kitchen dining-conservatory area.  Brentwood Head Brewer,  Ethan […]

Very Special Brew

Head Brewer, Ethan Kannor, has just produced a very special beer indeed, Brentwood Brewing Company’s one thousandth brew. MD Roland Kannor said:  “These are exciting times for the brewery.  Who would have thought from a daft idea in a pub, we’d be proudly celebrating our thousandth brew nine years later.  We felt it was fitting for this milestone brew […]