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Brewery Open Day - 19th August 2023

Join us on the 19th of August for the return of the brewery open days! 

There will be live music and food cooked over a huge open fire plus all your favourite Triple fff ales from this year, including our newest golden ale, Sundown. The doors will be open for the public to come in and have a look around your local brewery. There is also our brewery tap room and shop onsite to buy beers, wines and spirits from around the world as well as our own fresh poured Triple fff beers.

Starting from 12 noon, food served when it's ready and plenty of beer. Come to learn more about the tastiest local beer!


Any questions? Call us on 01420 561422 or email















Neuroblastoma UK official charity of Triple fff Brewery - September 2020

For many families, the first time they hear the word ‘neuroblastoma’ is when their child is diagnosed. Neuroblastoma is a rare and aggressive childhood cancer, affecting around 100 children every year - and a diagnosis can be a total shock for families. This September, we want to help people understand more about this rare cancer. Please join us in raising awareness of the devastating impact of neuroblastoma and together, we can fight childhood cancer.

For parents of past and present pupils at Four Marks Primary School, your children will no doubt have played on Greg's Playground, built in memory of Gregory Faithfull who died from Neuroblastoma in 2004. Our friend and Four Marks resident, Tony Heddon, has since dedicated himself to raising as much money as possible to fund research into finding a cure. 

We were proud to be part of the Quiz Night hosted by charity patron Alan Carr in March and are even prouder to now officially name Nueroblastoma UK as Triple fff's official charity. To mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Neuroblastoma UK has collaborated with established and emerging artists to create a range of limited edition t-shirts to help fight childhood cancer.

The exclusive t-shirts feature designs by a notable line-up including Nat Bowen, Luca Bornoffi, Rex Southwick, Crystal Fischetti and Emily Sutton, hotly-tipped by Tatler magazine to be one of the new ‘greats’ of the art world. The initiative is part of The One Sock Artist project, founded by Stella Gittins, whose daughter was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in 2019. Our bar staff will be wearing their t-shirts in place of their uniform for the entirety of September and you can get yours here to show your support

Easing Out of Lock Down - June 2020

The last time I wrote an article for a local magazine, I talked about how we were learning to adapt our business to fit in with a national lockdown. Now, just as we have adapted, we need to do it again but this time the logistics are far more challenging. As such we now find ourselves in a situation where we realise lockdown was arguably easy. The Government said everywhere except essential outlets must close and everyone except key workers must stay indoors. No argument, no deviation, no excuses.

Now, as we ease out of lockdown, there is a list of rules we must adhere to and most have found confusion in these. Beaches, beauty spots and protests have borne witness to flouting of these rules, gatherings have happened that simply do not comply with the social distancing rules. The difference we face as an industry is that flouting of the rules on our premises could mean serious consequences.

There has been a massive amount of guess work regarding what rules the government would introduce to allow us to open again and most venues, including ourselves, have already put in place COVID compliancy check sheets. If we fail to prepare, we must prepare to fail. As such, we are working extremely closely with the landlord and landladies of our pubs to make sure that not only will our customers be safe to return but so will our staff. We’re so happy to see our friends from other pubs placing their orders for Triple fff beer in readiness for their reopening and hearing how they are also preparing their premises in line with the new guidance.

We are now winding down our home delivery service although as always, collections are still available. We have been overwhelmed by the support from every single customer we have had. Every single pint, can, bottle and even snack that has gone out the door has been a financial support for us, and we are beyond grateful! We can’t wait to see you back at Off The Rails, our pubs & shop from July 4th. Thank you x

COVID-19 - A Message April 2020

I’m not sure I ever expected to start an article talking about how we’ve adapted our business to fit in with a national lockdown. It’s the quietness of outside we notice the most here at Triple fff Brewery, the mash tun not warming up, the tanks not filling, the lack of cars, vans and lorries driving past our office window…and there’s the lack of our beloved colleagues. Our brewing staff & our bar staff have now been away for what feels like far longer than three weeks and as I write this, I truly have no idea when we will see them back again. But we will see them back, the cogs of the brewery will turn again, and we’ll be complaining about how busy the industrial estate is soon!

We’ve been at the heart of Four Marks in Station Approach for nearly 23 years but never have we witnessed such incredible community spirit as we have in the last couple of weeks. Copious offers of help on social media, not only to neighbours but to strangers, NHS staff, key workers and the vulnerable. Meals are being cooked, prescriptions and shopping is being collected and dogs are being walked, all to help those who can’t. Don’t think we don’t notice the wonderful rainbows we’re seeing in people’s windows as we do our home deliveries and how heart warming it has been to listen to the Thursday night clapping.

At Triple fff we’re seeing this community spirit trend across the UK as orders are being received from all areas to be sent to a parent, sibling, relative or friend in the village to ease isolation. We’re being sent lovely emails & messages on social media to thank us for the beer and/or wine, soft drinks and spirits left on their doorstep. Our lovely neighbours Linda & Mike are making lunch for us and leaving it at the bottom of the steps as we struggle to find time in the day working with a skeleton staff.

After the Government confirmed Off Licences could continue to trade, we made the decision to keep our shop closed for the safety of our staff and customers alike. As such, the home delivery service we have introduced has been a welcomed alternative. If you live within a 10 mile radius of the brewery we are offering a free home delivery service on orders of £20 or more. That equates to one of our 5L (8.5pts) polypins of beer which lasts for 10 days in a cool area, longer if chilled. We’ve also left bottles of spirits & wine, the essential mixers for said spirits and even a liqueur on people’s doorsteps the last few weeks. As the weather is getting warmer and gardens are being enjoyed (even more so than usual) we have noticed more requests for craft beer, low abv beer and cider and we’re pleased that people are taking this time to try something new!

Every day since March 23rd we have learnt something new about how to continue operating until we are on the other side of the pandemic. Making sure we think of every variable that allows us to survive the massive drop in business we have experienced. Sometimes it gets a little overwhelming but every time, we realise regardless, we must try. We’d like to thank Four Marks and the surrounding area for every single order we’ve received and for every order yet to come.

Stay safe, stay well, stay home x

Charity Quiz Night in aid of Neuroblastoma UK - 7th March 2020

We were proud to support this night hosted by Alan Carr in Four Marks Village Hall. Over £6500 was raised for the charity through ticket sales, auctions and a raffle. Local resident and Chair of the charity, Tony Heddon and his family arranged the evening all with Greg Faithfull in their hearts who died in 2004. All the food, beverages, prizes and hosting was provided completely free of charge by local businesses and Alan Carr himself allowing for every single penny to go direct to the charity. We have no doubt Tony will be arranging another fabulous event in the future and we can't eait to be part of it.

Alton Beer Festival - 21st & 22nd February 2020

Since 2002 this event has raised over £249,000 for local charities all through drinking the best Ale & Cider from across the county. As the main event sponsors, Triple fff were there with bells on at their own stillage with Chris (General Manager) & Taz (Operations Director) acting as bar staff. It's such a pleasure to be able to speak to so many different people of every age demographic about their love of beer and their favourite Triple fff brew. We were very lucky to be right next to the stage and had great fun bopping away to the music of Big Red Ass on the Friday night and Black Sheep Band on Saturday in between pouring pints.

Launch of our refurbished bar - 29th November 2019

Something the village has needed since we lost The Windmill, a bar big enough to swing a cat in! We trebled the size of our old bar allowing for booth seating, sofa snugs and bar stools all the while making sure we had plenty of standing room for those of us who like to nurse a pint on two feet. Timed perfectly for Christmas we were elated to create a very festive, cozy and warm place for people to come and enjoy the lead up to the most magical time of the year.

Brewery Open Day - 17th August 2019

We had another incredible turn out this year. The live music and food cooked over an open fire plus all the Triple fff ales from this year made for a fantastic party atmosphere. The brewery had it's doors open for the public to come in and have a look around. Our shop was overflowing with customers as was our bar. As always we had great feedback and we were extremely lucky with the weather. We hope to make it bigger and better next year!!



Best beer in Hampshire 2016 according to is a very popular website for beer drinkers and enthusiasts to use in choosing, tasting and reviewing beers from the worlds brewerys and it was anounced on the 31st January 2017 that Citra Sonic has been voted Hampshires Best Beer!

Smells Like TEAM Spirit Hop Picking Event

Following on from the successes of previous years, we are asking the local residents of Hampshire and Surrey to contribute freshly picked hops to this years brew on the 6th September. We brew this beer to celebrate the hop picking season and also to remember the many hop gardens in the region from years gone by, that supplied the breweries of Alton.

Beers are normally brewed using dried hops but we have the chance to brew with the fresh cones only once a year which impart a very different and unique flavour and aroma. Fresh hops can be found in gardens and hedgerows through the two counties.

In previous years, you have managed to collect between 12-16kg of fresh hops for our brew of Smells Like TEAM Spirit, a 4.8% abv English ale and we would love to beat that figure this year. All donations should come up to the brewery within 48hrs of being picked due to the delicate nature of the hop cones and contributors will be able to sample the beer when it's ready later in September by taking away 4 pints to share with family and friends..sharing is optional!

Your local brewery needs YOU!


Brewery Open Day - 20th August 2016

Come and join us on the 20th of August for this year's open day (weather permitting!). 

There will be live music and food cooked over a huge open fire plus all your favourite Triple fff ales from this year. The brewery will have it's doors open for the public to come in and have a look around your local brewery. There is also our newly refurbished shop onsite to buy beers, wines and spirits from around the world as well as fresh poured beer to take away beer from Triple fff.

Starting from 12 noon, food served when it's ready and plenty of beer. Be prepared and bring a camping chair and any soft drinks you may require.

Any questions? Call us on 01420 561422 or email

Brewery Shop Re-Launch Night

Following the refurbishment of our brewery shop, we will be having a tasting night on the evening of the 21st July 2016. You are invited along to samples some of our beers, wines and spirits from around the World and chat with us about the different styles and flavours  we now have on offer.

Also on the night you will be able to enjoy 20% on all bottled beer and wine purchased on the night along with 10% discount on spirits.

The evening will commence at 5pm and finish around 8.30pm. Contact us on 01420 561422 if you have any questions.




















A New Pub for Triple fff - March 2015

From the 27th March 2015, The Artillery Arms in Hester Road, Milton, Hampshire, PO4 8HB, will join the fold alongside The Railway Arms and the White Lion to become the third Triple fff Brewery pub. The pub holds a good range of beer and is a short walk to Portsmouth Football Club, so gets very busy on match days. It is a very traditional pub wih a large garden for the Summer months.