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Star Wing Brewery in Redgrave opens new Tap Room




Adam Chandler, Alfie Brydon, David Upton and Mark Duxon.Picture by Mecha Morton.
Adam Chandler, Alfie Brydon, David Upton and Mark Duxon.Picture by Mecha Morton.

Star Wing Brewery in Redgrave is set to open its own on-site Tap Room to coincide with the expansion of its hop farm.

The hop farm is now 15 times the size, with an additional five acres ready for planting.

Converted from an old redbrick sawmill, the Tap Room and adjoining brewery will offer Star Wing’s core range of six craft ales on tap.

Its bar will also feature drinks from a host of local suppliers, including Harleston Cider, which is based in Palgrave.

Brewery manager David Upton said: “We want to continue to demonstrate our commitment to providing a social hub for the local community and the launch of our Tap Room marks the first of many events at Star Wing this year.

“We’re excited to throw open our doors to welcome people from the local and wider community, as well as discerning beer lovers from far and wide.”

A bank holiday weekend of celebrations is planned to mark the Tap Room’s opening.

From 11am on Saturday, May 4, thirsty punters are invited to enjoy food and drink at the new venture, as well as live music throughout the day.



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