Fosse Way Brewing Company2019-08-21T10:33:18+00:00


Jozi Gold

A South African style lager. Full flavoured with light, crisp citrus notes from the British Boadicea hop.

4.2% ABV

Dark Side

A Porter for those preferring darker flavoured beers. Roasted malt flavours and a distinctive roast coffee note complimented with chocolate and molasses.

4.8% ABV


An easy drinking, dark copper Ale; fruity malt flavours with caramel-toffee, roast coffee and chocolate with traditional English Hops.

4.5% ABV


 A refreshing, light bodied beer, golden amber in colour with malty and citrus flavours of grapefruit, mango and melon.

3.6% ABV


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Very well deserved! This wonderful business has run our local markets with Covid protocols in place in such a professional manner. This has led to decisions allowing continued trade albeit essential stalls only which luckily includes us when on lockdown. They have literally helped to keep small businesses thriving in challenging times.Did you hear? 📢 We’re a finalist for the Leamington Resilience Awards!

It’s been a very difficult year for us all, and we’re absolutely delighted to be a finalist for the work we’ve done over the Pandemic!

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We’re trading as an essential stall at #Warwick market today. Besides our offer of buy 6 beers and pay for 5 we also have great gift packs for £10 which make brilliant Christmas gifts. ... See MoreSee Less

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5 BBl per brew (10 Hl),set in the idyllic South Warwickshire countryside in the village of Offchurch, a mile from the Fosse Way.

Originally called “Long Itch Brewery,” then Lemming brewery and then to its current name & identity.

You can find us at: 5A Manor Farm, Hunningham Rd, Offchurch, CV33 9AG.


Tony is a Brewing graduate from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. He went to Cape Town in 1982 to do his traineeship with South African Breweries (SAB).

He worked for SAB in various roles including Commissioning Brewer at Rosslyn brewery in Pretoria and Prospecton Brewery in Durban. Both were the latest ‘state of the art’ plants.

In 1988 he worked as a development chemist at the SAB Central Laboratory breaking new ground with Crossflow filtration. In 1992 Tony became an Allied Trader supplying Process aids to breweries in Southern Africa, before starting C & H Technologies in 1995.

C & H were also the African agents for Steinecker equipment and Schenk Filters. Tony and his family returned to the UK In 2014, after 33 years in Africa. He took over the brewery in Offchurch in 2017.


Mick Stewart was the former Head Brewer of SAB. He was a fountain of wisdom and was never happier than when he was sharing his hard earned knowledge with the trainees. Mick was taken from us too young in 1999. I’m proud to have known him as a friend. He taught me so much.

Each month or so, we would like to include a short article on beer or brewing. It can be from any point of view whether technical or not important. Just as long as it is of interest and to do with beer.

John Dodd (pictured left), also from SAB, is the custodian of this page.