Hall & Woodhouse Brewery (Blandford)
largest brewery in Dorset founded in 1777 in the village of Ansty and
moved to Blandford in 1900. Hall & Woodhouse trade under the name Badger
First Gold, Golden Champion, Englandís Gold, Tanglefoot, Blandford Fly,
Golden Glory, Fursty Ferret, Stinger, Poacher's Choice, Hopping Hare,
Ringwood Brewery (Ringwood)
Bitter, Old Thumper, Fortyniner, Boondoggle
Isle of Purbeck Brewery (Studland)
Power, Studland Bay Wrecked, Isle of Purbeck Ale, Fossil Fuel
Corfe Castle Brewery (Corfe Castle)
beers only for the time being.
Dorset Piddle Brewery (Piddlehinton,
(4.1%): Full bodied and amber, Piddle is sweet and malty with a fruity
nose leading to a resinous hoppy flavour with a twist of citrus fruit,
giving way to a dry bitter finish!
Riddle (3.7%): Light brown and refreshing, Jimmy Riddle is
full of flavour. Both hoppy and malty, fruity with a hint of chocolate.
Slasher (5.1%): Blonde, lager style beer crafted with the finest
extra pale malt and wheat. Deceivingly light, with hops chosen for their
floral aroma and flavour. At 5.1% Silent Slasher is sweet with a
refreshing, dry bitter finish!
specialities include the fiery late summer Leg Warmer (4.3%) or the
chilly winter Thunderbox Porter (4.5%)
Dorset Brewing Company (Weymouth)
Best, Chesil, Coastguard, Durdle Door, Harbour Master, Jurassic, Silent
Knight, Portland Porter, Adventageous
Palmers Brewery (Bridport)
a little bit further afield but still very popular in locals pubs:
Sharps Brewery (Rock, Cornwall)