Tirril Brewery

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Tirril Brewery is a brewery originally based in Tirril, Eden District, Cumbria, England. The original was taken over by Glassons Penrith Breweries in 1899. [1] A revival was started by the Queen's Head Inn, one hundred years later in 1999. [2] This modern brewery then moved to Brougham Hall in 2001 [3] and is now established in the listed Red House Barn in Long Marton. [4]

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  1. Norman Barber (1994), A Century of British Brewers, 1890-1990, p. 15
  2. AA The Pub Guide 2002, p. 108, ISBN   1562516876
  3. "From derelict farmer's barn to state-of-the-art brewery". Cumberland and Westmorland Herald. 18 October 2007. Retrieved 2 July 2020.
  4. Tirril Brewery, CAMRA, 2013