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Three B's Brewery

Three B's Brewery was founded in 2001 by Robert Bell, whose love, dedication and over twenty years experience in the art of traditional beer making, is embodied in the beers produced. Only the finest ingredients are used, with no artificial additives, producing beers to satisfy the most sensitive and discerning palates.

They a range of four beers, plus specials and seasonal beers, backed by a personal service and assistance to respect of the demands of the publican.

Brewery tours can be arranged. Price from January 2006 £9.50 per person to include sampling of our regular beers. Minimum 10 people, maximum 25 people.

Suggested Outlets
Three B's brewery doesn't have any pubs of its own, but some of the beers are available regularly in several local pubs including the Pack Horse in Belthorn, the Volunteer at Clayton le Moors, and the Postal Order in Blackburn. Their beers also turn up as guest beers elsewhere in the East Lancashire area.

Address: Brokenstone Road, Blackburn, BB3 0LL
Maps: 1:25,000 | Street Map
Tel: 01254 581381
Fax: 01254 659340
Web: Three B's Brewery
E-mail: Three B's Brewery
Regular Ales:
Bee Blonde (4.0%), Bee Thrifty (3.4%), Bobbins Bitter (3.8%), Doff Cocker (4.5%), Knocker Up (4.8%), Shuttle Ale (5.2%), Stoker's Slake (3.6%), Tackler's Tipple (4.3%)
Seasonal Ales:
Easter Gold (4.1%), Santa's Skinful (4.0%)
  [updated 08/05/15 by PB]
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