Caffle Brewery is a Pembrokeshire Craft Brewery that uses well chosen ingredients to brew high quality beers.
Pembrokeshire’s Caffle Brewery was established in May 2013 by Chris and Sharon Bannister and the Caffle micro brewery is situated in Llawhaden, in the heart of Pembrokeshire. The idea for Caffle brewery started in a pub on a rainy holiday weekend drinking ale. Within 12 months the dream has been realised and the brewery is making its mark amongst the real ale connoisseurs in Pembrokeshire. Where did the name come from? Caffle means tangled, messed up, confused. And ideal descriptive Pembrokeshire word to describe the brewing of their beer - Mixing up a few well chosen ingredients to produce crafted Pembrokeshire ale that they’d like to drink. They are a five barrel brewery and the selection offered is aimed at maintaining their high quality craft beer reputation. The ingredients: Water: Tasty water in Wales is used in all their beers and all waste water is treated by a reed bed. Barley: Once all the worty goodness has been extracted a local egg producer is able to have all his lovely ladies dine in style. Hops: plenty of research (consuming pleasures) has gone into the choice of hops they use and once their flavours are transferred they make great compost. The ingredient adventure continues into the future with water from their own well and home grown Pembrokeshire hops.
P: 01437 541502
The Old School, Llawhaden, Narberth, SA678DS