Tiny Rebel unveils new brewery and bar
Tiny Rebel brewery has opened its new brewery and bar site in Newport, Wales, and beer fans from around the world are invited to immerse themselves in the experience.
Tiny Rebel will run regular tours and host events including festivals, pop-ups and live music alongside private functions – giving fans the chance
to enjoy its award-winning beer on its home turf.
Including an event space for up to 400 people, the new site has a full kitchen and bar service.
Glass fronted, and on two levels of event space, the bar area overlooks the brewhouse itself - allowing visitors to see their favourite beer, such as Cwtch, being made as they enjoy the finished product.
A range of menus – including everything from buffets to brunch – have been created by executive chef Rickie Ash, who oversees food across all three of Tiny Rebel’s bars.
Situated just outside of Newport City Centre, the new brewery is predicted to become a popular ‘hidden gem’ for the increasingly foodie city.
Gazz Williams, co-founder of Tiny Rebel, said: “After the success of our two bars in Cardiff and Newport, we’re really excited to have even more space to share with the people who love our beer.
“With the new brewery up and running, we’re going to be able to make even more beer – up to nine million pints a year – both old favourites and new limited editions alike.”
The award-winning brewer has been producing beer at the site since January 2017.
A new can line of core range beers includes Cwtch, Cali and Clwb Tropicana.
The new site is situated in Rogerstone, in between Pye Corner and Rogerstone train stations, making it easy to get to from Cardiff and only three miles from Newport City Centre.