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Introducing Craft Beer Bottling

We are The Craft Beer Bottling Company and our aim is to provide a high quality beer bottling service to breweries in The Midlands and The South of England.

We are well located, by junction 6 of the M3 in Hook, Hampshire, within easy reach of breweries situated on the M3, M4, M25, M40, A34 and A303 corridors. We are also in a great spot to service the London brewers.

With tank sizes ranging from 6 BBLs to 25 BBLs - all jacketed and pressurised - we can process both small and large quantities of beer.

We have invested in new equipment to be able to provide you with a fast, reliable service. Our bottling machine has an output of 2,000 bottles per hour, and we aim to turn around ‘bulk beer in’ to ‘bottled beer out’ within 8 days.

Give us a call or message us to find out more about us and to see how our service can help you not only to stay in stock of your current range of bottled beers but also to extend your range to include bottles of lower volume beers and seasonal specials.

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6 Months in...


We are happy to be up and running, servicing several local breweries since opening for business in September 2014. We have been particularly pleased by the support shown to us by the Brewers of Hampshire and we aim to continue to provide them with a rapid service. We have also serviced out first customers in London and others as far afield as Essex and Gloucestershire and hope to continue building relationships with brewers of craft beer across the country… Neil and Ian.

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The Tanks Roll In


After an anxious wait our tanks have finally arrived from Hungary. We have eight tanks in total: four large tanks (4500 ltrs gross capacity) and four small tanks (1250 ltrs gross capacity). After an interesting morning spent working out how on earth to get them off the lorry, we finally managed to hire the right bit of lifting kit and were able to let our Hungarian driver start to make his way home by mid-afternoon. Getting the tanks into our building was...

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