On the right, behind the wall is the yard of the original Thornbridge Brewery founded 2004, the brewhouse being housed inside the gardeners' sheds. On the left Mansfield & Ashfield CAMRA are serving garden party visitors with Thornbridge beers.
This is how Thornbridge Hall used to look.
Wakefield members squeeze between the brewing vessels.
Just inside the entrance to the brewhouse and squarely boxed up in wood is the brewery's one barrel mini-kit for test recipes.
Mini-kit for test brews - the bloke with the legs is Wakefield's Albert Bradbury.
Wakefield CAMRA Chairman Mark Goodair presents a commemorative certificate to the brewery.
Thornbridge's mash tun - notice the bottom of the grist hopper above.
the Thornbridge copper
Thornbridge's grist case is fabricated from plastic.
If this isn't the hot liquor tank could somebody please tell us, by leaving a comment below?
This might be the cold liquor tank. If it isn't could somebody please leave a comment below?
No space is wasted.
Cling film keeps dirt and infections out of the brew.