RP218: Stroud Brewery

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ReMARKable Palate #218: Stroud Brewery

This week, it’s back to the Cotswolds region of England, where we recently had the pleasure of meeting Greg Pilley from the Stroud Brewery. The Stroud brewery is truly a local microbrew, making small batch craft beer in the village of Thrupp in Gloucestershire. Greg tells us about his unlikely path to running a brewery, and we also learn about why the spot in which they brew has a unique place in history.

Theme Song: “Go Fish”, by Big Money Grip, from the Podsafe Music Network.

ReMARKable Palate is a production of The Culinary Media Network. www.culinarymedianetwork.com

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One Response to “RP218: Stroud Brewery”


  1. Stroud brewery, not only makes so quality beers (all their regulars are of the highest quality), but they also represent the good side of the debate around ethics in real ale. Supporting local pubs and local economies.

    http://stevehynd.wordpress.com/2009/11/13/the-dark-side-of-real-ale/

    They have been known to make the occasional shocker (I remember thier xmas special afew years back – ding dong). generally though people should support Greg and Stroud brewery!