Breweries in Northumberland
This article is an alphabetical resource of breweries currently brewing in the administrative county of Northumberland, England.
Allen Mill, Allendale, Northumberland, England NE47 9EA
16 Bondgate Without, Alnwick, Northumberland, England NE66 1PP
Founded 2005. Beers are contract-brewed by breweries including Daleside (North Yorkshire) and Great Corby (Cumbria).
Unit 3, Meantime Workshops, North Greenwich Road, Spittal, Northumberland, England TD15 1RG
Slainsfield, Cornhill on Tweed, Northumberland, England TD12 4TP
Credence Brewing, 16b Coquet Enterprise Park,, Amble, Northumberland, England NE65 0PE
First & Last Brewery
Behind the Bird in Bush pub, Elsdon, Northumberland, England NE19 1AA
Hawk Wing (formerly VIP Brewery)
Hawkhill Business Park, Lesbury, Alnwick, Northumberland, England NE66 3PG
Founded 2012. Changed name in 2018.
Hetton Law Brewery
Hetton Law Farm, Lowick, Northumberland, England TD15 2UL
Dipton Mill Road, Hexham, Northumberland, England NE46 1YA
High House Farm
High House Farm,, Matfen, Northumberland, England NE20 0RG
3 Bellister Close, Park Village, Haltwhistle , Northumberland, England NE49 0HA
North Blyth (formerly Northumberland)
Worsdell Street,, Blyth, Northumberland, England NE24 1SD
Founded 1996 in Ashington as Northumberland Brewery. Moved to Barrington Road, Bedlington in 2007. Moved again to Blyth in 2015. The brewery changed name to North Blyth, although many of the brands were retained. 
Pit Top Brewery
Bridge Cottage, Willimoteswick, Hexham, Northumberland, England NE47 7DD
Rigg & Furrow Farmhouse Brewery
Acklington Park Farm, Acklington, Northumberland, England NE65 9AA
Newton Square, Low Newton by the sea, Nr. Alnwick, , Northumberland, England NE66 3EW
Brewpub founded in 2009.
Twice Brewed Brewery
The Twice Brewed Inn, Bardon Mill, Northumberland, England NE47 7AN
Brewpub founded in 2017.
Palace of Arts, Exhibition Park, Claremont Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne , Tyne & Wear, England NE2 4PZ
Founded 2000. The original Wylam Brewery was located in Northumberland, at South Houghton Farm, Heddon-on-the-Wall, before the company moved to Newcastle in 2016. The original brewery tap was the Boathouse pub in the village of Wylam.
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