The man ‘Allan Green’ had a dream of producing a quality ale using the finest local ingredients wherever possible to help support the local community.
In 1998, this dream became a reality as people far and wide began to sample and enjoy the range of ales on offer and as demand grew, it was clear that “we’re gonna need a bigger stable”. In 2002 the brewery re-located to converted stables on part of what once was the 448th bombing group throughout WWII.
Bigger premises meant bigger ideas and innovative new brews were created and loved by all. Bottling equipment enabled what were becoming very popular ales to be enjoyed anywhere and everywhere. Tindall Ales was fast becoming a well known brand throughout East Anglia.
With the business now established, Allan had created a very special legacy to hopefully pass on to the next generation when the time was right. So following a period of semi-retirement, during which the brewing became more of an enjoyable hobby, Allan's son Michael began to express an ever growing interest in the business and after 3 years of learning the ropes, he decided to take hold of the reigns and the revival of Tindall Ales Brewery began.
It was soon clear that Michael had indeed inherited his fathers flare and passion for brewing, winning ‘Gold’ at the Rail Ale Festival, beating big names in the same class such as Greene King and Timothy Taylor.
“I plan to carry on my fathers legacy, creating a quality product, sourcing the best possible ingredients, supporting the local community and bringing the business into the 21st century, whilst continuing to focus on traditional customer service.”
Michael Green - Head Brewer
Brew Of Choice: Mild
Throughout my life I have always been around beer and the brewery, when my dad started the brewery I was always wandering around making a nuisance of myself. Around 3 years ago I decided to resurrect and take up the family business, after my folks decided to retire back in 2007, and I haven't looked back since. We have gone from strength to strength and we are always looking to make new beers and improve. My favourite beer is the Mild but it is always changing.
Brew Of Choice: Liberator Pale Ale
My love for beer and brewing has come from an early age. I have always been fascinated in the process of making beer. I dabbled in a lot of home brewing at university. It wasn't long before I was a brewery operator learning the ropes. I have always been keen to keep on learning, I am currently on the final stages on becoming a beer sommelier. After a year of being a brewery operator I was then moved up to assistant brewer to which I now find my self a lead brewer at this fine brewery in which I can pass my knowledge & love for beers.
My self and Michael are always looking to develop out skills and brew new beers for our lovely customers to try.
We offer free delivery within a 8 mile radius for orders over £30
Normal delivery will cost £8. We use APC packaging to delivery your goods
You are more than welcome to pop down to the brewery and collect your supplies direct from us
Simply rock up call the bell and someone will be along to serve you for all you beer needs