American Pale Ale 4.3%ABV

Enville Porter is best in class
CAMRA's Best in W.Mids

Dudley Winter Ales Fayre 2012

Enville at:International Festival of Glass 2012 featured Enville's Gold XXIX, Enville Ginger and Enville Ale Click for Photos

Enville at The House of Commons

Special Enville Cakes Wall Heath Tavern partnership

TVR Car Club Meet at Enville Brewery

Enville Price Freeze

ABC41 Club Brewery Tour Nov. 2010

CAMRA Brewery Tour Sept 2010

Enville's Three Lions arrives for the World Cup

Enville's Ginger Beer took first prize at the Stourbridge Beer Festival in May 2010

Enville at Cleobury Mortimer Beer Festival

Cask Ale Week logo

Enville Ginger Gothic wins best in show at Dudley Winter Ales Fayre

In memory of Carlos Mendes Moura

Enville Latest Brews are Now available

Enville help launch new Stewponey Bar at Stourbridge Rugby Club

Enville's Ginger Beer took second prize at the Stourbridge Beer Festival May 09

Enville's Ginger Beer took first prize at the West Bromwich Beer Festival at The Public in April 09

Enville announce Tap House at The Queen's Head, High Street, Wordsley

Stourbridge Rugby club Beer Fest 10-08

Glass festival bar 08-08

To Bee or Not To Bee? - The Wollaston Fun Run

Launch of Dragons Den at Robin Hood 03-08

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July 2014
MP impressed by improved production capacity
Enville Ales were delighted to welcome Gavin Williamson, MP for South Staffordshire, to the brewery on Friday 27th June 2014. Gavin's tour included a first look at the brewery's newest fermenting vessel ordered from South Staffordshire neighbours, PVSL, specialist process engineers located in Kinver.
The new 3,500 litre fermentor will enable an increase in production volume to meet rising cask demand for Enville's award winning ales and allow further bottling production following the highly successful trial in May 2014.

May 2014
Bottled Ale Goes Down A Storm
After years of requests to bottle our ale we finally succumbed to a trial courtesy of the excellent bottling service provided by Holdens. The initial trial produced 270 cases of 12 x 500ml bottles of our award-winning original honeyed ale. After a week or so of sampling the remainder sold out in just three days! Director, Jerry Hedges said, "We had always been sceptics of the bottled product - but were amazed by the taste and quality of Enville Ale from the bottle but even that didn't prepare us for it selling out in 3 days!"

June 2013
ENVILLE enjoyed a hugely succesful evening at the 38th Wolverhampton Beer Festival in early June. Read more here and helped make the first Lower Penn Beer Festival held in the Victory Hall a great event using Enville's own portable racking and cooling equipment (which is available for hire). Read more here.

May 2013
ENVILLE at Lightwoods Park May Day Festival
We took a few casks of our famous ales to the Lightwoods Park May Day Festival and ran a real ale bar featuring over a dozen different ales. With an amazing 20.000+ people enjoying the HOT May Bank Holiday weather it was far more successful than we or the organisers could have imagined. Read more here.

March 2013
Our new low gravity (3.5% ABV) American-style Pale Ale is hoppy and zesty. Give it a try - you'll love it! Ask for it at a real ale pub near you. Click the logo (left) for more details.

January 2013
ENVILLE OLD PORTER is Beer of the Year
Our Old Porter came out top in the annual West Midlands CAMRA awards held at The Bartons Arms in Birmingham. Click the Old Porter logo to read more.

December 2012
5litre mini kegs now available
for the home drinking market. Easy to use - complete with carry handle, integrated tap and vent. Try some for Christmas at home. Call to order yours - 01384 873728.

November 2012
Enville announce partnership with Kinver's master chocolatier, Louis Barnett to develop a chocolate infused ale called 'Chocobeer' which was sampled at the Dudley Winter Ales Fayre.

May 2012
Enville launch special ale, 'GOLD XXIX' at fifth International Festival of Glass to celebrate the outstanding success of Team GB at the London Olympics

May 2012
Enville brews a special ale, 'Queen Bee' to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, so charge your glasses and raise a toast to 'The Queen'.

Mar 2012
Enville Ales on tap at the House of Commons Enville Ale is fastest selling guest ale in the Stranger's Bar. Full story click here.

Oct 2011
Enville Brewery take over the Cat Inn at Enville. New era to put "The Cat" back on the map. Full story click here.

July 2011
Enville Brews Up New Partnership with Inndividual Holdings, the owners of The Wall Heath Tavern. Full story click here.

June 2011
Enville's new Polo shirt is now availableClick pic to find out more.

April 2011

Enville Freeze Prices to Help Beleaguered Pubs Read Full Story HERE

Jan 2011

Enville sales top 1,000,000 Pints in 2010! SEE DETAILS HERE

Nov 2010

The Black Country Branch of the 41Club paid a visit and were first to see our newly installed plant. See photos HERE

Sept 2010

Stourbridge & Halesowen AND Dudley & South Staffs CAMRA visited Enville together for a Brewery Tour with a twist! See photos HERE

August 2010

We were very BUSY BEES this August Bank Holiday!

Not only was the Enville Bar open at the
at Ruskin Glass Centre throughout the weekend (click logo to visit the website)

but our ales were also available at beer festivals at the following fine pubs around the area:
The Plough Wollaston Sat 28th - Mon 30th,
The Red Lion Bobbington
Sat 28th - Mon 30th,
The Crown Oldswinford Sunday 29th

June 2010
Enville Launch "THREE LIONS" for the World Cup finals
at The Red Lion, Bobbington

A special launch party and quiz night at The Red Lion in Bobbington took place on Wednesday evening 9th June from 6.30pm.
Enjoy our new World Cup ale at a pub near you - ask for it by name! And cheer on the boys in South Africa!!

May 2010
Enville Ginger Wins at Stourbridge Beer Festival 2010
Beats off competition from 95 different brews

Organiser Tony Morris told us, "We had about 1700 people visit the Festival, we sold the equivalent of 97 Kilderkins of beer and cider and we raised £750 for Mary Stevens Hospice.
Beer of the festival voted for by visitors was .... Enville Ginger. Hopefully we can arrange a visit sometime soon!"

97 kils of ale equates to almost 14,000 pints of beer and cider - that must be getting close to a record for any beer festival!! . . . . see the photos

April 2010
Cleobury Mortimer Beer Festival
where Enville was the first ale to sell out!
Organiser Dave Pain said, "The festival was a roaring success, we couldn't have asked it to go any better in its first year back, we are going to be making it an annual event... next year we are looking to take it to the next level...
510 people attended the festival over the 2 days. 1700 pints were drunk. 14 local acts performed on the open mic... see the photos

March 2010
Enville were out on the town...
...supporting 3 of our local customers by offering a series of MEET THE BREWER events during Cask Ale Week when our Head Brewer, Tony, was on hand to answer questions and talk ‘cask’ in the busy run up to Easter. Lots of folks came along to say hello, sample our ales and have their picture taken for our web site... Read more and see the photos.

February 2010

GINGER GOTHIC Wins Top Award at Dudley Ales Fayre
That's right our latest creation, Enville Ginger Gothic went down a treat with the vast majority of visitors to the Dudley Winter Ales Fayre and the CAMRA judges agreed, awarding it 'Best In Show'.
Pam Partridge presents Jerry and Owen with the Ginger Gothic Award The idea for the brew came from CAMRA members themselves though we weren't so sure to begin with. Read more about how it came to be brewed.
The process of being chosen as best in show was not easy. First every ale in the festival was tasted by voters and the top ten put through to a blind tasting by the judging panel comprising CAMRA members, licencees and brewers, so to be selected as Best in Show was a huge honour.

We also launched our new Belgian-style beer, 'Cherry Blonde' at the Festival which was also well received by visitors.
Find Out More about our NEW ALES

January 2010

That old favourite of Black Country drinkers, Simpkiss Bitter has been brewed by Enville for a few years now. After reviving it we thought it was about time we brought it into our stable of products by adapting the
The new Simpkiss Bitter pump clip traditional oval design of the Simpkiss pump clip so that it fitted better alongside our other popular brews so here it is. We'd love to know what you think and whether you've tried Simpkiss Bitter - We love it!
Click the logo to discover more about Simpkiss Bitter (and other Enville brews).

November 2009:

Enville Ale & Curry Night at Enville Hall

This year's gathering at Enville Hall was attended by around 200 people and very enjoyable it was too with over 500 pints of six different ales being served on the night!
Owen and Jerry were very grateful for the fantastic help they had from Kay and Jill without whom they simply wouldn't have coped! In under four hours the Enville bar team managed to serve 6 different ales from nearly 8 Firkins (72 pints) which is equivalent to a little over 1,000 half pints of beer. One glass every 14 seconds!

October 2009:

A decade after one of the region’s most iconic pubs called time on drinkers – bosses at Stourbridge RFC’s Stourton Park have done their bit to bring it back to life...
click for full story.

July 2009:
Enville ran the bar at the recent 'Glass Reflections' weekend at Ruskin Glass Centre in Amblecote where former glass workers gathered together from local factories to relive past memories and turn their hand once again to making glass at the former Royal Doulton/Webb Corbett factory (that many people don't realise is still turning out glass as part of the Ruskin Mill Educational Trust college) - and yes, it IS open to the public, with a great cafe and lots of studios working in glass and other crafts too.

May 2009:
The Stourbridge Beer Festival was attended by more people than ever with Enville's Ginger Beer being awarded second place overall.
Read More and see the Photos

April 2009:
Couture@ThePublic hosted the first ever West Bromwich Beer Festival at the recently opened new cultural centre, The Public in the centre of West Bromwich.
Enville's Ginger Beer was top of the awards list once again being named best beer of the festival by virtue of it selling out FOUR times!
Read More and see the Photos

January 2009:
Our latest Tap House - The Queen's Head in High Street, Wordsley - opened with a special 'Tap House Party' hosted by landlady Michelle New and her team. It was a great evening on Thursday 29th January 2009 with free food, live music and a range of Enville's fine ales to enjoy.

December 2008:
Enville directors were out in force at the launch of their new Tap House - The Waggon & Horses in Worcester Street, Stourbridge where you'll find genial host Carlos Maura pulling up to SIX different Enville brews EVERY night (and day) of the week.

October 2008:
Stourbridge Rugby Club held its first ever Beer Festival at Stourton Park in October 2008 with a line up of more than 20 cask ales and ciders, superbly served to their rugby-mad audience over three evenings. The winner of the Best Ale of the Festival was the specially commissioned SPA (Stourton Park Ale) a 4% session bitter which we brewed exclusively for the event. Enville's speciality Ginger Beer came second and Kinver Brewery came third. MORE PHOTOS

September 2008:
Enville not only provided and staffed the bar at the third International Festival of Glass over the August Bank Holiday but we once again brewed a special ale for the event. The brew called 'Egyptian Gold', following one of the main themes of the festival, was offered alongside Enville Ale and Enville Ginger quenching the thirst of around 10,000 visitors to the Ruskin Glass Centre in Amblecote, the hub of the Festival events and where the prestigious British Glass Biennale exhibition was held. MORE PHOTOS

August 2008:
The Wollaston Pub Fun Run was as popular as ever this year with several hundred 'staggerers' suitably dressed to take the process seriously as a sporting event! The photo shows (Aussie) James, barman at The Foresters (from where the runners start and finish) dressed as an Enville Bee. A good time was had by all. MORE PHOTOS

April 2008:
To mark St. Georges Day Enville created a new brew which we appropriately named 'Dragons Den' and, in a tie up with the local CAMRA groups, launched it alongside CAMRA's "Ales 'n' Tales 4" bulletin at The Robin Hood in Collis Street, Amblecote. Landlord Ben Jeavons dressed impeccably to ensure each pint was pulled with suitable decorum and he and his team put on a great buffet for the occasion. The new ale went down a treat, so much so that it has been repeated on two subsequent occasions. MORE PHOTOS

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