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Somerset Brewery opens this weekend to serve beer at social distance outdoors Bath City News

A Somerset brewery opens this weekend to serve ‘brewed fresh’ beer at social distance outdoors.

Yonder Brewing & Blending, a farmhouse brewery based in the Mendip Hills, will open up a range of beers outside to visitors with full table service.

A bar in a converted shipping container will feature ten taps of Yonder beer flowing directly into the brewery, and soft drinks and snacks will also be available.

All of Yonder’s beers use locally sourced ingredients and the core range includes the Light Subculture beer made from Jester and Olicana hops and Raspberry Gose.

This Saturday (April 17) is the first in a series of brewery open houses in Yonder and it will feature events such as live art with mural on the walls of the Yonder brewery. Brewery tours and foraging walks are scheduled once cleared.

Local street vendors will also serve a delicious selection of hot or cold food, with options available for vegetarians, vegans and any food intolerance.

Stuart Winstone, Founder of Yonder Brewing & Blending, says: “We are extremely happy to be able to open the doors of our on-farm brewery starting April 17th. a Saturday between spring and fall.

Due to the current COVID restrictions, strict rules will be in place.

Group sizes are currently limited to six people and all seats will be outdoors until further restrictions are lifted.

Food and drinks will be served only through table service, with tables located two meters apart. Visitors and staff will be required to follow social distancing measures on site and masks must be worn inside the building (in the washrooms, for example).

Yonder will also keep contact details of the person who reserved each table under current government guidelines for Track & Trace.

To reserve a table, visit:

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This notice was published: 2021-04-13 11:56:06