Trustees statement

Trustees statement

Following the announcement by East Staffordshire Borough Council (see here for full details), the Trustees have made the following statement: The National Brewery Heritage Trust has been in close conversation with East Staffordshire Borough Council for some time about...
Vacancy: Qualified Archivist

Vacancy: Qualified Archivist

We are looking for a qualified Archivist to join the team, working freelance for one day a week for six months initially, with the potential to extend and expand the role subject to funding. Due to the nature of the role, the successful applicant will need to work...
Brewery Men Remembered

Brewery Men Remembered

As the country commemorates 80 years since the D-Day landings in June 1944 we talked to volunteer Malcolm Goode about his research into the brewery workers who served in the D-Day Campaign. Malcolm has volunteered with the Trust since 2016 and has a particular passion...
Safeguarding the future of brewery heritage

Safeguarding the future of brewery heritage

The Trust remains committed to protecting and preserving Britain’s brewing heritage. Our current focus is on securing the future of the archives and artefacts that were previously housed in the National Brewery Centre in Burton upon Trent, which means the Trust...
Member spotlight: Shepherd Neame

Member spotlight: Shepherd Neame

We are proud that Shepherd Neame is a corporate member of the Trust. Shepherd Neame is Britain’s oldest brewer – and while 1698 is the Brewery’s official founding date, its heritage pre-dates this period. As in Burton-upon-Trent the history of...