Hand picked hops
We need to be proud of every beer we brew. That's why we make an annual pilgrimage to Charles Faram hop merchants near the Malvern Hills to personally select the world's most delicious hops.
floor malted barley
Barley is the backbone of beer and we demand the best. That's why our malted barley comes exclusively from Warminster Maltings, the UK's oldest working maltings on the edge of the Salisbury Plain.
the finest ingredients
We started Eden to make the kind of beer we wanted to drink: Beer with guts, beer that demands respect. That's why we're obsessive about choosing the best ingredients to the do the job.
...and a bit of hard graft
We didn't get into brewing because it's easy. We work long and hard to make beer you'll love and beer to make us proud. If it's not good enough, we chuck it away and start again. That's what happens when you demand the best.
EDEN RIVER BREW CO: WORK HARD, PLAY HARD
Eden was born out of a dream of better beer. The kind of beer that requires love and hard work. The kind of beer you demand; beer for people who aren't afraid to push themselves.
The harder we work, the more we can relax by exploring the beautiful landscape we call home and popping the cap on a well earned beer at the end of the day.
Liberate your love…of beer
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WHO ARE EDEN?
The few hours of the day when Jason isn’t running Eden are spent working up a thirst leading spinning classes, or out on his bike hitting the roads around Cumbria.
Before becoming our head brewer, Linda was used to working hard in many ways - perhaps most notably as a Commonwealth record holding pole vaulter for Team GB.
When he’s not writing about our beer or forcing us to be in videos or photographs, he can often be found running up a nearby fell or hanging off a crag.
Cookie has never actually worked in the brewery (she's a dog after all) but she helps keep Jason sane and inspired when things get hectic.
Craft Ale Packaging Line
The project included the purchase and installation of a new bottling line for Eden Brewery to process and bottle craft beers into various speciality and standard beer bottles. It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and supported by the Cumbria Fells & Dales Local Action Group.