Buxton Brewery

Buxton Brewery

About Buxton Brewery

Buxton is a craft micro-brewery, launched in 2008 and located in Buxton, UK. They brew tasty, aromatic, full flavoured, characterful beers. Using hops from all over the world, and the finest specialty malts that they can get their hands on.

Another awesome new beer at HonestBrew, description coming soon

IPA brewed in collaboration with Dugges.

A Scotch whisky barrel aged imperial stout. Rich, complex and decadent.

Raspberry edition of Superluminal Sour India Pale Ale. Collaboration with Stillwater Artisanal.

Imperial pecan oatmeal porter brewed with caramel sauce, a heavy hand of vanilla and lactose sugar.

Imperial peanut oatmeal porter brewed with marshmallows, cocoa nibs and lactose sugar.

Trolltunga is a jutting rock in Norway, hanging 700 metres over lake Ringedalsvatnet. Only the wary tread the path to the very edge. This beer was brewed to celebrate friendship and a love of wild places.

A complex and vinous Flanders red-inspired barrel aged beer with raspberries, cherries and blackcurrants. Expect a wealth of berry and stone fruit flavours from this incredibly rewarding small-batch brew.

A triple threat of Simcoe, Amarillo & Southern Cross hops packed into one delicious pale ale.

A brooding, heavyweight imperial stout, crammed with intense, deep-roast speciality malts. A recipe 8 months in the making with multiple edits before Buxton were happy to proceed. They say it was a delight to brew, we say it’s even better to drink. The RateBeer community also seems to agree, as the beer currently holds a perfect overall score of 100.

A full-flavoured IPA. Light amber with flavours of mandarin orange, tropical fruits and a warming, dry finish. Buxton have dedicated themselves to creating some of the best beers in Europe and this is one of the beers that is definitely helping them achieve their goal.

A light, refreshing, hoppy pale ale. A showcase for the incredibly aromatic North American hop Citra. It has a lovely citrus aroma, with juicy fruit flavours in the mouth. Medium bitterness.