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Real Ales and Beers | The Old Cannon Brewery

If you love real ale then you are in for a treat for we brew beer on site.  The Good Beer Guide has described us as THE place to go for real ale in Bury St Edmunds.

Our unique, state-of-the-art, stainless steel brewing vessels are a stunning feature of the bar itself.  Our beers are made from East Anglian grown and malted barley, choice English hops and a special house yeast and we brew once or twice a week, usually on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday lunchtime when you can sit sipping the results whilst watching the next brew in the making!

We always have our Best Bitter and Gunner's Daughter core beers available.  These are also complimented with one or more of our own seasonal beers, along with 1 or 2 guest beers from other regional breweries.

Old Cannon Best Bitter ABV
Old Cannon Best Bitter 3.8% ABV
Black Pig ABV
Black Pig 4.2% ABV
(winter seasonal)
Bronze Award winner, East Anglian Beer Festival 2009
Blonde Bombshell ABV
Blonde Bombshell 4.2% ABV
(summer seasonal)
Gunner's Daughter ABV
Gunner's Daughter 5.5% ABV
Silver Award winner, East Anglian Beer Festival 2010
Hornblower ABV
Hornblower 4% ABV
Silver Award winner, East Anglian Beer Festival 2011
Brass Monkey ABV
Brass Monkey 4.6% ABV
Rusty Gun ABV
Rusty Gun 4% ABV
St Edmund's Head ABV
St Edmund's Head 5% ABV
(annual brew for St Edmund's Day - November 20th)

All our beers can be bought (bright) in 2, 4, 18 and 36 pint take-away containers.

To order any of the above please call 01284 768769.

Free traders can speak to Craig Nichols or email him on info@oldcannonbrewery.co.uk

If beer is not your tipple, we have a full range of spirits, local Aspall cyder, Suffolk-grown apple juice and a carefully selected range of wines, many of which are available by the glass.  Unique to our bar is draught Calvors, a premium Suffolk lager brewed on a farm in nearby Coddenham.