The Three Tuns Inn and Brewery were established in 1642, with the brewery being possibly the oldest in the country, with records showing that King Charles 1st issued the first brewing licences in that year to raise funds to pay for his army fighting the civil war.
Both were 'modernised' in about 1890 by the then owner John Roberts who added a state ot the art 'tower brewery'. The Pub and Brewery remained in the Roberts family until the 70's. Then for many years ownership and fortunes varied.
In 2003 ownership of Pub and Brewery was split, with both undergoing further development and improvement. Now with a close working relationship between the two, both are vibrant, developing businesses with a clear view of the future and aways a warm welcome.