Based in an 18th century granary barn in the picturesque village of Lodsworth on the Cowdray estate, Langham Brewery nestles in the beautiful South Downs National Park between the historic market towns of Midhurst and Petworth on the A272. Well known locally, the brewery has gone from strength to strength, already securing more than 25 awards for its traditional cask conditioned real ales.
THE HISTORY OF LANGHAM BREWERY
A 10 barrel plant was lovingly refurbished and with the support of the Cowdray Estate, who converted a superb 18th century granary barn for the purpose, by spring 2006, Langham Brewery was ready to brew.
Sundowner and Halfway to Heaven were born and next came Hip Hop, an instant success and winner of Western Sussex CAMRA beer of the festival 2007and 2008; followed by 7 more award winning beers over the next 5 years . Steve Mansley retired in 2013, and the brewery continues from strength to strength, winning a further 9 awards in the last 3 years! The brewery now produces 15 different ales, including Black Swallow, (Gold medal, 2015 SIBA SE Regional competition) and winning brewery 2015 Sussex Food and Drink Awards. Also in 2015, Langham was one of the first 4 breweries in England to gain a Cask Marque and the SALSA plus Beer accreditation for its quality brewing processes and performance. Follow us on FB, Twitter and Instagram for latest news of brews, events and developments……