The Oxford Beer

Known as The Oxford Beer, Chadlington Brewery is passionate about the art of brewing beer. We take our inspiration from the glorious Oxfordshire countryside to create great tasting beers that everyone can enjoy. Brewed using only natural ingredients including Oxfordshire spring water and the finest English hops and malt, we take our time to ensure each and every brew is the best it can be.

We believe it’s important to be respectful of the environment, both locally and on a global scale. We work hard to leave the smallest carbon footprint possible. The hot water in our brewery is provided by renewable heat sources and our spent grains are used as animal feed on farms in Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties. We haven’t yet explored the possibilities of making our own bread or marmite from the yeast – but watch this space!

Our Master Brewer and the rest of our fantastic Brew Crew are highly knowledgeable about beer and the brew process. We are constantly working on our product development with new beer recipes being tested by our secret team of beer tasters for feedback and refinement.

We’d love to hear your feedback on our current range of beers as well as your suggestions for beers or lagers you’d like to see in the future. Please contact us to speak to a member of the Chadlington Brewery team now or why not ‘share the beer’ on Twitter and Instagram? Send us a photo of you enjoying a Chadlington Brewery beer using the #theoxfordbeer hashtag and we’ll give you a like and a re-tweet!

Our Brew Crew is looking forward to welcoming you to our brewery, which is located just outside the village of Chadlington in the West Oxfordshire countryside, near Chipping Norton. You can take a tour with our Master Brewer, enjoy a pint in our Tap Room and purchase our bottled beers to take home. And of course, if you can’t get to our Tap Room or the many pubs, restaurants and retailers that sell our beers, you can buy direct from us in our Brew Shop.

Please remember to enjoy your Chadlington Brewery beers responsibly. For more information visit and limit your alcohol consumption to within the current guidelines, which is 14 UK units per week for both men and women.