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Tillingbourne Brewery, Old Scotland Farm, Staple Lane, Shere, Surrey GU5 9TE  t: 01483 222228  e: info@tillybeer.co.uk

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The Tillingbourne Story

Situated at Old Scotland Farm, Shere, the Brewery is nestled on the Albury Estate and takes its name from the short river (just 11 miles long) which starts as a spring on Leith Hill and meanders through the heart of the Surrey Hills and its villages.


The Brewery has a 17 barrel capacity (68 casks) and we are currently producing around 136 casks per month. Our first regular beer “Falls Gold” has proven to be very popular and it can be found in approximately 25 local pubs now.


About Tillingbourne Brewery

When the Brewery equipment housed at Old Scotland Farm came up for sale in July 2011, it proved the perfect opportunity for chief brewer Steve to fulfil his life long dream of owning his own Brewery.


In a partnership with an old school friend Lee, the purchase was complete by September 2011 and there started the major task of cleaning, decorating and upgrading the Brewery.  On the 19th November 2011, the first Tillingbourne brew was finally underway.


With over 15 years brewing experience, moving from brewing 120 pints for private consumption to nearly 5000 pints commercially was always going to be a challenge. But under Steve's strict quality control, we did it – and on the first brew too!


Determined to stick to our stringent commitment to produce the finest quality beer for the local area, we will only be supplying to a limited number of carefully chosen pubs.  This is to ensure that we can always guarantee supply and look after our loyal local supporters - trade and retail.


Tillingbourne Brewery News

Tillingbourne Brewery is featuring at the Dorking Beer Festival 16th & 17th May 2014 and at the Surrey Oaks Beer Festival May 23rd - 26th May 2014.


Tillingbourne Brewery - Beer Searcher
Tillingbourne Brewery receiving their latest award


Falls Gold, 4.2% abv

Tillingbourne Brewery  - Falls Gold

description: Falls Gold is a light Hoppy golden session ale, with a taste appealing to everyone.   Falls Gold takes its name from the waterfall on the Tillingbourne river near Wotton, Surrey.




style: Golden ale


awards:  Winner of The Golden Ale category and Best Overall Beer at Festival – Woking Beer Festival 2012




availability: All Year (cask)


beer anatomy:



The Source, 3.3% abv

Tillingbourne Brewery - The Source

description: The Source is a Golden Light Beer infused with a combination of hops giving it a refreshing floral taste. The Source is named after the Spring near Leith Hill, the beginning of the Tillingbourne river.



style: Golden ale









availability: All Year (cask)


beer anatomy:



A.O.N.B, 4.0% abv

Tillingbourne Brewery - A.O.N.B

description:  A.O.N.B is a heavily dry hopped Golden Ale fermented over a long period of time using copious amounts of Cascade hops.  A.O.N.B is a tribute to our local area which is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.


style: Golden ale


awards:  Winner of Best Overall Beer at Festival – Guildford Beer Festival 2012




availability: All Year (cask)


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Black Troll, 3.7% abv

Tillingbourne Brewery - Black Troll

description:  Black Troll is a  Black bitter packed full of hops delivering a subtle roasted malt flavour.  Not as dark as it looks!





style: Black Bitter


awards:  Winner of The Bitter category – Woking Beer Festival 2012





availability: All Year (cask)


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