Malton Brewery brews it’s beer in a characterful Grade 2 Listed building located on the banks of the River Derwent in Malton. It has a beautiful idyllic setting next to the river, bringing back Malton’s tradition of brewing beer on the banks of the River Derwent, just like they did in the 1800’s.
The brewery currently produces 400 litres of beer per week which makes it one of Britain’s smallest commercial breweries, and as such, our beer is in great demand. Even though we are one of Britain’s smallest commercial breweries the equipment we use is high spec which produces great quality beer. The new Malton Brewery is owned and managed by Howard Kinder.
The original Malton Brewery closed in 1998 after trading for 14 years from behind the Suddaby’s Crown Hotel in Wheelgate, Malton. It was only after organising a charity event for Racing Welfare at Suddaby’s Crown Hotel, I discovered the history of Malton Brewery and after a conversation with Neil, the previous owner of Malton Brewery, he kindly allowed me to use the name.
So, we had a name, we registered a limited company in the name of Malton Brewery, we bought up the domain names and then set about finding some premises. For the perfect story tale, it would have been great to take over the old premises, but time had moved on and the use of the property had changed. We worked with the Fitzwilliam Estate and viewed various properties before deciding on the Grade 2 Listed building in Navigation Wharf.