The Liberation Brewery, in one form or another has been a traditional ingredient of Channel Islands’ life since Queen Victoria was on the throne, so its award-winning beers brim over with genuine local flavour.
The brewery's beers are part of Jersey's rich history and heritage and brewing has continued uninterrupted even during the First World War and the German Occupation from June 1940 to May 1945.
The brewery’s flagship cask ale, Liberation Ale, has picked up a raft of a wards including Gold at the International Brewing Awards in 2013 and 2012. In 2013 the bottled version won Bronze at the prestigious International Beer Challenge, and in the same year, Liberation 140, brewed especially to celebrate the brewery’s 140 years of brewing in the Channel Islands, also won bronze at the International Brewing Awards.
In July 2014, the brewery struck gold when it won three awards at the British Bottlers’ Institute 2014 Awards, picking up a gold medal for its Liberation IPA.
The Head brewer, Patrick Dean, is a proud Jerseyman and his team at the brewery in Longueville use their expertise to ensure that every pint is not just a true taste of the islands but fresher than imported beers because of its local provenance.
Liberation Brewery’s beers – Herm Island Gold, Liberation Blonde, Liberation Ale, Ambrée, Noire, Blonde, Rouge, Liberation IPA, Mary Ann Special and Best, Bailiwick Best, Premium Pony and Christmas Ale - are available at selected Liberation Group pubs, bars and eateries; in free houses and many hotel bars across the bailiwicks of Jersey and Guernsey.
For more information about the Liberation Group, the brewery, its award-winning ales and public houses - 44 in Jersey, 22 in Guernsey and two in Alderney visit: www.liberationgroup.com