Coach House Brewing Company was established in 1991 following the closure of the Greenall Whitley Brewery which had had a presence in Warrington since 1762. The Town’s brewing heritage has been continued by ex-employees committed to the brewing and supply of hand – crafted cask conditioned fine ales.
With a fermentation capacity of 240 barrels the company produces 11 permanent beers, seasonal and special occasional brews and an extensive range of fruit and spice beers which can be found throughout the North West.
Coach House beers have enjoyed considerable success at the Great British Beer Festival and at Beer Festivals and competitions throughout the country which bears testimony to the quality and popularity of their products. Their Blueberry Classic Bitter has also achieved numerous awards at S.I.B.A North Region Beer Festival Competitions, with the most recent being a Gold Medal in 2015.