There are seven breweries within the North Cheshire branch area, all of which are listed below. However, one of these produces no cask ale at present and is separately listed at the bottom of the page. If you click the links, in some cases, you will see some information collated by the CAMRA branch. Otherwise, the link to the Brewery's own website, if one exists, will be shown.
BREWERIES LISTED HERE PRODUCE CASK ALE
No longer selling Sandiway beers as these are no longer brewed (all the brewing plant has been sold, and the brewery unit next door has also been largely sold).
Opening times may vary - Mike typically gets in around lunchtime, although their license allows them to open from 1000 but this rarely happens. May open on Sundays too. See WhatPub entry at URL: https://whatpub.com/pubs/CNC/16769/wee-howff-blakemere
Wharf Street, Howley, Warrington
Website: Coach House Brewery
Unit 20, Manor Industrial Estate, Latchford, Warrington
To be found in Lymm, under the Brewery Tap !
Website: Lymm Brewing
The Stag Brewery has a portfolio of at least 5 beers. In the pub's cellar is a Craftmaster microbrewery that can produce a 36 gallon cask of ale per day - more than enough for the pub's needs. They don't sell their beer to other pubs, so the Stag is the only place they can be tasted - unless you are lucky enough to find a cask at a local beer festival!
Website: The Stag at Walton website
Relocated from the Lower Angel, Warrington to the 4Ts brewery using the original 0.5 barrel plant. Some recipes are based on those from the defunct Walkers of Warrington brewery.
NO CASK ALE
The latest new brewery in Warrington!