Welcome

Clavell & Hind approaches brewing in an innovative, ambitious manner- in technique, recipes and beer styles. Putting a premium and quality and consistency. The brewery takes inspiration from the past and interprets each beer in a unique and distinctive style. Creating beers that are both modern in taste and traditional in style.

Welcome

Clavell & Hind approaches brewing in an innovative, ambitious manner- in technique, recipes and beer styles. Putting a premium and quality and consistency. The brewery takes inspiration from the past and interprets each beer in a unique and distinctive style. Creating beers that are both modern in taste and traditional in style.

Our beers


Coachman

Golden ale

Bridges the gap between lager and ale. Clean tasting and thirst quenching.

Wicked Lady

Amber Ale

A modern amber ale. Smooth and refined.

Blunderbuss

Pale ale

Named after the Blunderbuss, this beer explodes with flavour.

Rook Wood

Ruby Ale

A rich, well balanced ruby ale.

Our story


John Clavell and Captain James Hind, both infamous highwaymen, rode the coaching routes of England’s south west, stopping at inns and public houses to quench their appetites, rest and plot. Knights of the road have been linked with drinking establishments for centuries. These heroic and courageous men were held in high esteem by the people, as stories of their daring spread fast across the country, engraining their names in English folklore.

Upcoming events


  • 31 January

    The Cotswold Salt Beef Co, pop up kitchen 4–8pm

    Specialising in home made salt beef, bagels and pastrami for a unique taste experience. The beef is then cooked slowly for up to seven hours before serving it fresh hot and piled high! This succulent beef is then wedged between a bagel and a delicious choice of dressings. Live piano, beers, fizz, cider and soft drinks.

  • 28 February

    Rubols Fusion Kitchen, pop up kitchen 4–8pm

    Ruby's interest in Mexican food, and Holly's interest in Middle Eastern food resulted in both realising that the spices and flavours used in these two very different cuisines were actually very similar. The way certain dishes were served, the flavour combinations, and their love of spice then gave them the idea to fuse the two together to create mouth-wateringly delicious fusion feasts. Live piano, beers, fizz, cider and soft drinks.

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