Adnams

Adnams Brewery has a long and rich heritage. Beer has been brewed on the same site as the present brewery for at least 670 years. The Sole Bay Brewery in Southwold was purchased in 1872 by George and Ernest Adnams. The company was incorporated in 1890, and has remained independent since then, producing a range of beers for distribution mainly in East Anglia. The Adnams family was joined in 1902 by Pierse Loftus and his brother Jack, and Adnams still has members of each family on the board, with Jonathan Adnams as chairman and Simon Loftus as a non-executive director. Until 1953 and from 1970 to 2006, casks of Adnams ale were delivered to the six pubs of Southwold by horse and dray; the tradition ended when a new distribution depot was built three miles from the brewery.The company founded a charity, The Adnams Charity in 1990 to celebrate its centenary as a public company.  A percentage of the company's annual profits is used to support worthwhile causes within a 25-mile radius of Southwold.

In 1993, Adnams Extra won the Champion Beer of Britain, an award presented by the Campaign for Real Ale at the annual Great British Beer Festival. Adnams remains committed to brewing cask ale and operating non-themed pubs.
Today,Adnams supplies a wide array of beers and ales to the country, making it one of the most loves breweries in the UK.

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