SPRINGHEAD is an award-winning run craft microbrewery, who are proud to produce top quality beers from our state-of-the-art microbrewery, established in 1990.
Core members of our team, including our highly-experienced brewers, have from 2019 been joined by a NEW MANAGEMENT TEAM, enabling us to elevate our much-loved beers to the absolute pinnacle of craft brewing, and to reach a wider audience than ever before.
Our brewers-team are proud to present a bold and exciting range of craft beers, utilising traditional as well as cutting-edge modern techniques to showcase the extensive variety of flavours that can be produced from the very finest of ingredients, sourced from our local area and across the globe.
Springhead began life in Sutton-on-Trent as the smallest brewery in England in 1990, gaining a place in the Guinness Book of Records, with a brew length of just 2.5 brewers barrels (about 10 casks for a day’s work). Successful recipes soon led to national prizes, and a huge increase in sales, resulting in the need to move to larger premises, where it expanded to a 10 brewer’s barrel plant. Continued success saw the brewery later move again, this time to a converted old mill in the picturesque village of Laneham, near Tuxford, in North Nottinghamshire. The Robin Hood site, as it has become known, has now grown to a brew length of 50 brewer’s barrels, making it one of the largest microbreweries in Nottinghamshire.