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Trinity Ales

Trinity Ales

Wild Hearts Cottage, 5 Church Rd, Gisleham NR33 8DS

Started brewing mid-2009. Graham Hunt has installed a four barrel gas heated set-up and has had three brews on the go since he started brewing. Graham uses pure spring water drawn from the brewery's own ancient well some 40 feet below the ground, together with locally sourced Suffolk hops, and barley from Priory Farm just six miles down the A12 at Wrentham.

The brewery's twitter feed has been silent since 2017 and its website has disappeared; it may be that it's no longer active. Ratebeer reports (June 2020) that brewing was suspended in the summer of 2019. If you have any information, please let us know.