A very warm welcome to our sister company – Sativa Brewing Company, and to Rob Wattie from Fairview Wines – and to their new duo of vegan friendly natural hemp beers.
Following a year of creative test brews the new beers are born; the team here at Langham wanted to take their time, using their expertise to produce these unique, flavoursome recipes and get them ‘just right’.
Both Harlequin and Black Diesel use our organically grown hemp for a unique, modern drinking experience.
Harlequin – 4.2% – Hempy Hoppy IPA
This is a balanced, unfiltered golden beer.
Maris Otter malted barely is complimented by a carefully generous combination of aromatic hops, with a lingering organic hemp flavour using our specially developed technique.
Naturally hazy, hemp crazy and vegan friendly.
Black Diesel – 4.2% – Hempy & Dark
This is a dark, smooth, complex malty ale.
It is gently hopped for a slightly sweeter taste, with a lingering organic hemp flavour.
Naturally hazy, hemp crazy and vegan friendly.
What was once your Happy Hour has now become your Happier Hour!
The beers are also available to purchase via: Fairview Wines
This morning (25th March) the Government clarified its guidance on the closure of retailers, and after pressure from the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) and other industry bodies, has confirmed that ‘off-licenses and licensed shops selling alcohol, including those within breweries’ are exceptions to the closures.
This means that if you have a bottle shop or taproom selling beer for takeaway you can remain open ie us and our Drive-Through brewery!
Please do visit us. We kindly request that customers observe a safe distance.
We kindly request:
Please ring the bell for assistance.
Please stand behind the table. Customers are no longer allowed inside the brewery. This for your safety and for the safety of our staff.
Please respect a safe 2 metre distance.
We are happy to bring your purchase to your car.
Card payments only please. Our card machine is cleaned regularly.
We’re happy take payment over the phone should you prefer.
Thank you and hope to welcome you soon.
We are delighted to offer a local delivery service.
Orders are taken from Saturday to Wednesday for the beers of your choice. There’s a minimum order of £40 please, which includes delivery.
Deliveries will be made on Thursday’s and Friday’s – in time for your weekend.
Simply fill in the contact form on our Langham Home Delivery page with your choice of beers, the container size/number of bottles or cases (we have mixed cases available), your address, telephone number and any special drop off arrangements if you’re not at home. Plus, extra instructions should your house be hard to find!
We will then call you back to confirm your order and take your payment over the phone.
Alternatively, orders can also be accepted over the phone: 01798 860861.
We look forward to serving you.
Stay safe. Stay strong.
In these uncertain times, we would like to reassure all our retail and off-sales customers that we are taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safe and secure production and supply of our beer.
In addition, the brewery has plentiful stock of draught cask and keg ale and bottles and 2pt/4pt/10ltr and 20ltr containers for dispensing off-sales so there should be no interruption to supply during this constantly evolving situation.
To keep staff and members of the public safe, we have introduced a number of new policies and procedures for all drivers, contractors and visitors to the site.
Things are uncertain at the moment, but firm foundations are in place. The bigger the obstacles, the better our resolve to come through this together! We are following governmental guidelines, so we’re requesting that if you or any of your immediate family/friends have visited a category 1 or 2 country recently, that you wait until the appropriate quarantine period has passed, before visiting us.
Many thanks for your continued support.
Stay safe, stay strong.
With love from the Langham Brewery team.
After the latest briefing from the government about the Coronavirus, it is with heavy hearts that we have postponed our March and April brewery tours.
We will be in touch with everyone already booked on the tours. For those of you with vouchers, please ignore the 6 month expiry date, as vouchers will be honoured for future bookings.
Some good news ☀️
Our NEW Drive Through Brewery Shop will be open on Saturday between 10am – 2pm and during the week from 9am – 5.30pm. Please note our NEW Saturday opening hours!
So come and see us at the brewery. We have plentiful supplies of all your favourite brews in cask, keg and bottles.
Look forward to seeing you soon… and to resuming our fabulous brewery tours as soon as the all clear is given.
NB: If entering the brewery, all visitors will be asked to sign in to confirm that they have not exhibited any symptoms or been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or been to any of the Category 1 or 2 countries.
We are regularly cleaning all handles/surfaces/credit card machine etc…
And you are most welcome to be served from the comfort of your car seat.
Stay well, the Langham Team xx 🍻
“All of us at Langhams are passionate about our steam heated microbrewery, nestling in the heart of the South Downs. That’s why we believe it is so important to raise awareness of the South Downs National Park Trust and its work to raise funds for key initiatives to preserve and protect our environment, and in particular the Park’s 10th Anniversary campaign to plant 5,000 trees across the South Downs”.
Read more via the South Downs National Park blog.
We’re thrilled to host this wonderful event here at the brewery on Saturday 18th April.
This is a travelling, fund raising, folk music event organised by The Sustainability Centre’s Jeff Lane, with the amazing support of some magical venues and hugely supportive organisations. This time it’s the turn of us, here at Langham Brewery. The funds support the Leaves for Learning fundraiser at The Sustainability Centre.
With live music from:
Sandy Walker and Andy Broad beautifully combine Folk with Blues and Jazz. The resulting original music is a unique blend of all three, with lively Latin inspired foot tappers, Jazz tinged ballads and a couple of out an out Bluesers, every song with its own story.
Surrey based singer-songwriter Harrowman weaves a style of contemporary folk that effortlessly blends intricate guitar playing with soaring vocals and sharp, poignant lyrics. 2019 saw the release of debut album ‘Rite of Way’, a collection of songs mixing delicate acoustic troubadour ballads with lush string arrangements and evocative lyrics.
Mike is often described as ‘The Troubadour of the South Downs’. His bright and thoughtful songs embrace everything that is good and beautiful about the South Downs and offers much hope for the future. All done with an engaging twinkle and a warm smile.
Headlining are Mary Jane, a folk rock band who play a highly original blend of acoustic and electric folk-rock. Their dynamic and exciting music is an irresistible combination of original songs and traditional tunes, arranged for an electric five piece band. Once seen they are simply unforgettable.
The amazing Olly’s Fish & Chip Shack will be serving special fish and chip suppers with Langham ‘hip hop’ batter. Hip hop chip shop anyone?!
As well as a generous donation please bring your own chair (just in case) and dress warmly.
The Sustainability Centre are a learning and study centre – a beacon for sustainability – based in the heart of Hampshire’s South Downs National Park. They model, teach and share practical solutions enabling people to become the planet protectors and change makers that our world needs.
They offer an immersive and creative approach, inspiring everyone to be part of eco evolution in action.
Their Leaves for Learning Fundraiser will enable them to teach even more children and young adults to understand sustainability and become planet protectors of the future.
We’re thrilled to be on board the first Real Ale Train of 2020: Saturday 15th February.
Enjoy friendly banter as you travel on a steam train drinking our lovely ale!
Also on board are fabulous ales from the Itchen Valley Brewery, Hampshire.
The famous Real Ale Train, or RAT as it is affectionately known, continues its tradition of serving real ale from a restored bar carriage pulled by a steam locomotive.
RAT services for 2020 will start and finish at Alton Station. Your on-board experience is approximately three and a half hours long.
The RAT departs ALTON station 7.00pm, returning to Alton approx 10.30pm (connects with the 10:44pm South Western Railways departure from Alton, plus one further service after that).
Pub Busting Prices:
Train fares are only £16 per person and it’s just £3 per pint!
FREE Pint voucher when booking more than 3 days in advance.
The Petersfield Beer and Cider Festival returns on Saturday 29th February 2020 for 2 sessions of great drinks, music and food, and we’re more than happy to be involved.
We’re thrilled to be hosting a ‘Meet the Brewer’ at this event. From 1pm – 4pm do chat to us, your friendly brewers, about all things beer, hops, brewery techniques, love, life, the global marketplace and everything in between. We look forward to spending time with you.
There will be lots of beer to sample from many local breweries, including ours, as well as some from further afield, plus the keg bar with a selection of 8 taps of truly fabulous brews.
Also expect quality live music and fantastic hot food.
More info, plus tickets are available via Petersfield Beer & Cider Festival