Upham Brewery was set up in 2009, in the heart of the South Downs, near Winchester.
Their fine real ales are crafted in the grounds of a picturesque, seventeenth century farmstead by a small and dedicated team. The Upham team still brew using traditional methods, which ensure the beer has great character, and use the best natural ingredients they can get hold of, to give consumers a proper pint, full of flavour.
Although the business began its life as a small 3.5 barrel plant with one pub, Upham Brewery is now the south of England’s fastest growing pub and brewery group. They officially launched our new 30 barrel state of the art brewery in May 2013 and now supply over 250 stockists, including leading pubs, hotels and local Majestic and Co-op stores with their staple ales; Punter, Tipster, and Stakes, as well as a range of seasonals.
The company also owns a growing portfolio of pubs across Hampshire, Berkshire, Sussex and Wiltshire. Indeed, Upham’s core values reflect that of a traditional country pub with a community focus and a desire to be the heartbeat of the local area. No two Upham pubs are the same but each prides itself on producing great tasting local food paired with their fabulous beers and a welcoming atmosphere.
Upham pubs which are members of Hampshire Fare include:
- The Mill at Gordleton
- The Navigator
- The Peat Spade Inn
- The Navigator
- The Running Horse, Winchester
- The Thomas Lord
- The Wheelwright’s Arms
- The Hawk Inn
- The White Hart, South Harting
- The Bunk Inn
- The White Hart, Overton