James Berrow is co-owner of the brewery.
Langham Brewery was James’ brain-child and he’s a hugely influential and intregral part of the team.
Lesley Foulkes is co-owner of Langham’s.
Many of you will know lovely Lesley, as she’s co-managed and ‘joined the dots’ at the brewery since it’s conception in 2004. But, did you know she’s half Swedish and has an addiction to… yoga?!
Find out more: Lesley’s Q&A
Saulo Parreira is our head brewer.
Originally from Nazaré in Portugal, Saulo studied at The Institute Of Brewing and Distilling. He’s married and lives in Midhurst, West Sussex.
Find out more about Saulo in his Q&A: Saulo’s Q&A.
Meet Bex Harman – officially our Retail Business Manager and a capable do-er of many brewery things and an excellent juggler of many brewery tasks.Bex is a qualified Certified Beer Server under the Cicerone Program and is currently studying for Level 2 – a certification for professionals dedicated to beer.
Read Bex’s Q&A
Fran Weston is our (very capable) assistant brewer. Fran joined us in 2021, having been head brewer at Ballards Brewery for many years.
Fran has quickly become an invaluable member of our dedicated team and we love that he sings while he brews!
Find out more: Fran’s Q&A
Meet Martyn Constable, our Sales Rep. Martyn has been a friend of the brewery for a number of years. His mission is to create and maintain face-to-face relationships with our trade accounts.
Martyn is a fool… for a Morris dancing side!
Discover more in Martyn’s Q&A
Rob Harris supports our brewers in the brew house, neatly crossing between the tasks of producing, racking and delivering ale, as well as serving beers in the Taproom and at events across the region.
Rob was once in panto with Bobby Davro. Oh yes he was!
Read Rob’s Q&A
Emma Davies is our Lodsworth liaison representative. You’ll often find her in the Tap and Shop and at events we’re involved in, too.
Emma lives in Lodsworth village; used to own a pub; was, at one time, a pilot and advanced scuba diver; and is somewhat of a local legend!Find out more via Emma’s Q&A