Our Brewer, Tom, sampling a beer before bottling.

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Bluestone Brewing is an eco-friendly brewery & events venue in North Pembrokeshire, Wales.
We’re a small team of seven who really love good quality, craft beer.
We create a wide variety of beers & lagers that everyone and anyone can enjoy.

Our Brewery is situated on the working family farm, Tyriet. We take pride in the fact that our brewery is incredibly environmentally friendly. All of the bi-products from brewing are re-used on the farm or fed back to our animals. The water that we use to make our beer comes from our own well and we even generate our own solar power!

In 2018, we were the first Brewery in the world to be given the Green Key Accreditation, which is an international award that recognises environmentally sustainable businesses.

Minimum spend of £10 for card payments.

Large groups - recommend booking in advance.

Benches available for you to bring your own picnic but we do not sell food on site.

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Guide Prices

£2.60 for a bottle to take away

£2.90 for a pint

3 bottle gift pack £9

6 bottle gift pack £16

Case of 12 beers £26


Booking & Payment Details

  • Credit cards accepted (no fee)


  • Picnic site


  • Children welcome


  • Facilities for educational visits
  • Facilities for groups


  • Free Parking

Property Facilities

  • Dogs Accepted
  • Gift shop

Target Markets

  • Accepts groups
  • Coach parties accepted

Map & Directions

Bluestone Brewing Company


Tyriet, Cilgwyn, Newport, Pembrokeshire, SA42 0QW

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Tel01239 820 833

Opening Times

* Open Monday-Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 11-4

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