• We have a calling

    Our desire is to discover ways to excite people’s curiosity and share our knowledge of our craft. We believe all beer drinkers should be able to enjoy craft beer as wine drinkers enjoy the finest wines.

Our Story

Great beer is such a diverse landscape, whether it is encapsulating the best a pale ale or light refreshing pilsner can be, or experimenting with high alcohol flavours trying to capture something new, balanced and drinkable, there is something for everyone, every mood, every day.

Our desire is to constantly discover ways to excite curiosity and share our knowledge of our craft. In so doing we believe that beer can be enjoyed in the same way as wine drinkers enjoy the finest wines

What We Believe

To us at Siren, we see great beer as many see fine wines. In a great beer there is Allure – something that draws you in, is it the aroma? the look? Or just the thought about what awaits in that sparkling glass in front of you. Siren Craft Brew want you to look at beer in the same way. Yes it can be that perfect thirst quencher on a hot summers days, yes it can be the perfect drink to mark the end of a busy week. But look closer, smell closer, there is more. Much more.

What We’re Made Of

To make the finest beers it makes sense to use the best ingredients possible. To us it also makes sense to craft the recipe around the flavour, aroma and taste we want. – Our beers can have 8 times the ingredients of mass produced beer, but to us its worth it. Take our Breakfast Stout for instance, we felt that to get the complexity of flavour we were looking for we needed to work with a specialist in their field to pick the right coffee, the right quantity and used in the right way. In this endeavour the cost of our coffee costs more than many breweries spend on hops in a hoppy beer. But is it worth it…absolutely

Our Process

To build an artisanal product you have to approach it in the right way. Every stage in the brewing process is carefully thought through to ensure that we get the product we want at the end. The brewing process hasn’t changed in hundreds of years, but as industrialisation has sped many things up, to us we take things slower. The beer will be ready when its ready, not because it needs to get out of the door.

The results?

Well that’s for you to tell us, and certainly the feedback has been excellent. We aim to make beers that are enjoyable, cover a wide range of needs from being accessible to the truly unique and occassionaly challenging, but each has a purpose, personality and ultimately draws you in to want to try more.

Our desire is to discover ways to excite people’s curiosity and share our knowledge of our craft. We believe all beer drinkers should be able to enjoy craft beer as wine drinkers enjoy the finest wines.

Our sirens exist to the share our message and open people’s minds.

Our History

2015

To celebrate the 2nd Anniversary of our launch we held our biggest event to date, The Festival of Wood, a huge party at the brewery where we welcomed over 500 people over the course of 7 hours.

2015

Siren Craft Brew is named Best Brewery in England by Ratebeer.com

2014

We reached our 100th batch and to celebrate we brewed a very special imperial version of Broken Dream – adding more coffee, cacao nibs, a huge helping of vanilla and uping the ante to 9.8% to create Shattered Dream.

2014

A new bottling line is installed to keep up with growing demand.

2014

Siren Craft Brew is named Best New Brewery in England and 2nd Best Brewery in the World by Ratebeer.com

2013

Worm Beer – The first Insect beer?
Bottling to begin

2013

Anniversary Beer – The first beer brewed is a 9% Strong Ale, to start our obsession with wood, it is transferred to 8 different oak barrels for ageing, to be blended together in a years time

2013

The world becomes curious again.

2013

The spirit of Under Current, Sound Wave, Liquid Mistress and Broken Dream is bottled.

2012


comes into existence.

2010

Darron Anley captures the spirit of Under Current, Sound Wave, Liquid Mistress and Broken Dream.

8th century BC to 2010

The spirit of our sirens flourishes. Beer drinkers around the world begin to feel their presence and hear their calling. However, nobody fully understands what is happening.

8th century BC

Our sirens, and other sirens, appear in Homer’s Odyssey.

(They appear in spirit and are never named.)