Posted: Monday June 20 2016
Silver Street is upscaling its production by moving into a purpose built brewery at Britannia Mill in Bury this summer. We’ll be upping production of our popular ales such as EQ, Ruby Ruby Ruby Ruby, Session, One and Fire Island so that more pubs and bars can stock them.
Silver Street will also be stocking and distributing beers from other breweries to bring the craft beers we think are brilliant to many more people in pubs and bars around the north west, as well as at festivals and outdoor events.
Silver Street will continue to run a four-barrel operation in the basement at The Clarence.
Posted: Friday October 9 2015
Fans of the Japanese art form, which involves pruning miniature trees to give them a unique appearance, are expected to flock to Bury for the first major Bonsai show to be held in the UK since 1990. Director of the event is Ramsbottom businessman Tony Tickle, a Bonsai crafter and exhibition judge.
And to mark the occasion, we have crafted a one-off artisan ale for those dedicated to the art of miniature horticulture. Bonsai Beer has been created using an Anglo-Japanese hop called Boadicea: a mild, light floral and spicy, with a grassy scented aroma and floral notes of orchard blossom.
Posted: Tuesday October 6 2015
We’re busy preparing our Silver Street ales for The Bury Beer Festival coming up on 21 November.
The Met will be transformed into an ale emporium for Bury’s 5th annual beer festival. The region’s finest craft ales, ciders and perries from hand picked brewers including our fine friends and neighbours of the brewing world, including Outstanding Beers, Irwell Works Brewery, Pennine Brewing Company and Ramsbottom Craft Brewery.
Traditional Lancashire food from pies to black pudding will be supplied by Automatic at the Met, with live music from the Met.
Tickets £2 and £4 and half price for CAMRA members.
Find out more at www.burybeerfestival.co.uk
Posted: Thursday July 23 2015
Ramsbottom Festival will be celebrating its fifth birthday with a line-up full of Northern clout, with headline acts Idlewild and The Proclaimers. The three-day festival will also include performances by Moulettes, Tom Robinson Band and Mark Radcliffe’s Galleon Blast, amongst many others.
Roll in by steam train, take in the surrounding hills of the West Pennines and camp out in the Lancashire countryside – Rammy, with its riverside location, is one festival which can truly be called beautiful. Its eclectic mix of indie, rock and folk music, as well as family arts shows and specially brewed ales, combine to make it a festival that maintains its laid back boutique feel.
Scottish five-piece Idlewild will headline on Saturday with tracks from their new album, ‘Everything Ever Written’. Scot brothers Charlie and Craig Reid of The Proclaimers will perform to crowds on Sunday, singing material from their newly released album ‘Let’s Hear It For The Dogs’, alongside folky anthems like ‘I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)’ and ‘Letter from America’.
And of course we’ll be there along with the Clarence. They’ll be serving up great festival grub and we’ll be offering a variety of beers.