British Breweries To Follow On Twitter

Beer Brewing is one of Britains most established crafts, and is massively on the rise in 2017 – with over 1,700 breweries now in the UK! Great brewers have helped soldiers win wars, have created entire working communities and have inspired generations to keep developing new combinations and flavours.

With entrepreneurial microbreweries and craft beer venues popping up across the country, competition for more established breweries has never been higher! Below are five of our favourite brewing companies succeeding in 2017, that you need to be following on Twitter;

Wychwood – Hobgoblin
6,755 Tweets | 15.7k Followers

@Hobgoblin_beer

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“Afraid you might taste something?!”

Wychwood Brewery based in Oxfordshire are famous for fantasy myths and legends-style artwork, and their flagship ‘Hobgoblin’ beer which is the 3rd best selling bottled ale in the UK. Their Twitter account does well to continue this branding as-well-as promote events & causes they’re involved with.

Hall & Woodhouse – Badger Ales
3,488 Tweets | 8,758 Followers

@Badgerales

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“Award-winning beers brewed in the heart of Dorset since 1777 by an independent family brewer Hall & Woodhouse.”

With a long history, Hall & Woodhouse are one of the UK’s most established breweries, under the ‘Badger’ brand. Whilst known for superb flagship beers like ‘Tangle Foot’ and ‘Fursty Ferret’, they are also innovators and always ahead of trends in the industry. Stretching across the country, H&W have over 200 UK pub venues and a modern brewery in Blandford, Dorset.

St Austell Brewery
11.8k Tweets | 25.4k Followers

@StAustellBrew

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“Cornwall’s independent regional family brewer. We run 170 lovely pubs, brew award-winning beer and serve 3,000 free trade businesses”

St Austell dominate pub venues across the UK’s West Country, appearing in 179 hotels & inns. Flagship ales include ‘Proper Job’ a 4.5% India pale and the multi-award winning ‘Tribute’ a 4.2% pale ale. Their social media focuses on promoting real world goings-on with their ales and pubs.

Marston’s | 3,405 Tweets
5,706 Followers

@MarstonsBrewery

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“Proud Burton brewers creating great beers and experimenting with flavours”

Marston’s PLC has been running pub venues and brewing beer for well over 180 years, and own a huge portion of all pubs across the UK. They are behind many leading brands including ‘Marston’s’, ‘Ringwood Brewery’ and ‘Banks’s Beer’, producing over 60 of the top ales in the country today! They have various Twitter accounts but we’re highlighting the core Marston’s brewery page.

Brewhouse & Kitchen
991 Tweets | 1,283 Followers

@BrewhouseUK

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“Having dinner with friends, or learning how to brew beer on our legendary Brewery ‘Experience Days’, we want you to have a great experience.”

Breweries come in all shapes and sizes, from the commercial giants to small independents. Brewhouse & Kitchen have taken the microbrewery idea one step further by incorporating brewing into their actual venues. With 17 pubs across the country, the variety of brews is massive and always being refreshed! They also stock fantastic local beers from across the country, the perfect venue for any craft beer fan!

 


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Unique British Hotels to Follow on Twitter

Unique and unusual British hotels spark our imagination – offering fabulous luxury in locations that are simply astounding! However these hotels also need to fill rooms, grab attention and gain repeat custom, so are now turning to digital marketing & social media to increase sales.

Below are five of our favourite surprising, eccentric and quintessentially British hotels, that you need to be following on Twitter;

Burgh Island Hotel
1,460 Tweets | 1,985 Followers

@BURGH_ISLAND

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“The beauty and intrigue of an island visit has always drawn guests who are looking for something different” – With its celebration of Art Deco and iconic location, Burgh Island Hotel offers a true luxury escape on the Devonshire coast. Their Twitter account sings of seaside romance, taking advantage of the beautiful scenery.

Glazebrook House
2,286 Tweets | 1,692 Followers

@GLAZEBROOKHOUSE

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“A luxurious boutique hotel and restaurant with nine unique rooms and a surprise around every corner” – Staying at Glazebrook House is truly an experience in itself! From its sophisticated twist on an Alice In Wonderland theme, to the hidden away location and creative seasonal menus, this is a hotel that will blow you away. On Twitter they mainly promote upcoming events, the beautiful food available and booking special offers.

Amberley Castle
1,756 Tweets | 2,856 Followers

@AMBERLEYCASTLE

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“This magnificent 900-year-old castle is enclosed by a 60 foot high curtain wall and portcullis that remains open, behind which you will discover an enchanting hotel offering the highest standards of food and service” – Located in the picturesque village of Amberley, this luxurious castle hotel is steeped in history, perfect for those looking to escape the 9-to-5 and feel like royalty. Part of the Andrew Brownsword Hotels Collection, this uniquely British property mainly tweets about ‘real life’ goings-on around the castle using romanticised photography.

Penny Lane Hotel
191 Tweets | 1,850 Followers

@HOTELPENNYLANE

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“The Penny lane Hotel gives guests a front row view of some of the most historic landmarks relating to the band” – It doesn’t get much more British than The Beatles and Liverpool’s Penny Lane Hotel is a Beatles fan’s dream come true! Each room is designed around the band with original memorabilia, and the hotel even offers Beatles themed weekends. This hotel often retweets reviews from happy guests or uses Twitter to promote exclusive special rates.

Solent Forts
2,450 Tweets | 2,516 Followers

@SOLENT_FORTS

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“Drop anchor in the Solent and experience our genuinely unique award winning venues” – Solent Forts own three luxury island hotels off the coast of Portsmouth; Spitbank FortNo Man’s Fort and Horse Sand Fort. Each of these incredibly exclusive locations offers a remarkable getaway for guests, with a vast range of leisure facilities aboard these historic fortresses. Twitter for Solent Forts has a nautical approach, speaking about the forts, history and facilites provided.

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