July 24

Competition – Two Towers Brewery

Enter our Two Towers Brewery competition to win a brewery tour for two and a Two Towers presentation gift pack

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Two Towers Brewery is the largest and longest established brewery in Birmingham. We were founded in 2010 and have a ten brewer’s barrel capacity, which means we can produce up to 2880 pints per brew. The brewery is located on Mott Street in Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter. We brew fine real ales in a true English tradition and produce these in both cask and bottled formats. We source local ingredients and use predominantly English hops.

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Our products reflect the rich heritage, famous people and places that Birmingham has to offer. Our core range of ales are Electric Ale, Complete Muppetry, Chamberlain Pale Ale, Jewellery Porter and Bhacker Ackhams. Other ales we have in our range include Baskerville Bitter, Hockley Gold, Livery Street Mild and Paradise Lost. We also produce an ale called ‘Smith and Pepper’ which can only be purchased (on hand pull) in Jewellery Quarter pubs. Special ales which are soon to be released include Rotunda Thunder, an 8% ABV highly hopped IPA and Forward!, a 4.1% chestnut ale brewed to celebrate England’s anticipated victory in the Rugby World Cup.

We sell our ales to pubs, clubs, bottle shops and direct to the public. We have a Brewery Club which everyone is welcome to join. We provide our club members with regular special offers. Our brewery has a bar which is open on Friday nights, in which we hold regular comedy, spoken word and music events. We host regular brewery tours during which we explain the background of the brewery and our ales as well as covering the brewing process. On our tour our visitors get the equivalent of four half’s of ale, meaning you can literally get a ‘true flavour’ of what we do here.

To find out more about Two Towers Brewery simply take a look at their Website, Facebook and Twitter account


To enter our Two Towers Brewery competition to win a brewery tour for two and a Two Towers presentation gift pack simply answer the following question.

The Two Towers is referenced in which book

1) The Lord of the Rings

2) Five go to Mystery Moor

3) The Hound of the Baskervilles

If you know the answer then click here and tell us*

Competition closes on Sunday 9th August

*answers left in the comments section below will not be accepted