Red Rock is a family run 6 barrel brewery based in a renovated barn in South Devon. They produce distinctively flavoured real ales using only spring water, finest malt, whole hops and wet yeast.
Arguably Red Rock makes the most locally brewed beer in the area: some of the barley is grown at Higher Humber Farm where the brewery is located. It is then malted in Newton Abbot’s own Tucker’s Maltings before coming back to the farm to be made into distinctively flavoured real ales by adding only spring water from the farm, whole hops and wet yeast.
See this for yourself on the tour of the microbrewery run by the Parkes family. Son Lewis, head brewer, and his father, John, manage the day to day fermentations whilst daughter Holly sells them (and is married to Joe, third generation farmer at Higher Humber). Mother Jackie manages the lively pub, The Old Workshop in the evenings.
After a tour of the brewery, enjoy a pint as well as a locally made steak and ale pie made using Red Rock beer. The pie is not shown in the picture, so good the cameraman ate it! (Special diets catered for by request when booking). Thursday night is also acoustic night so you may be tempted to stay to toe tapping fun in the back room afterwards.
For further information or to buy tickets please contact the venue directly