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Veterans Brewing was established in Scotland on Remembrance Day, 11 November, 2014. It is the first UK craft brewery owned and run by military veterans and offering support to armed-services charities.

In 2020 Veterans Brewing changed ownership and is now based in Brighton, East Sussex which is located in the South East of England. We do not yet have an official home, our beer is made by renown local breweries produced by master brewers. Our goal is to reach a stage where we can open our own brewery in the South East and offer more veterans a chance of employment and in addition, support Veterans Charities.


It’s our aim for all our beers to support projects and charities that are helping ex-military personnel. We’ll be doing this by raising awareness and giving organisations a share of our profits.

The Veterans Brewing logo represents all three services of the UK armed forces. It’s important for the brand to show our respect for each of them and to recognise that they are part of the same team.

The British Army is represented by the crossed swords. The anchor symbolises the Royal Navy, while the RAF is represented by the eagle.



"Be The Best"


"If you wish for peace, prepare for war"


"Through Adversity to the Stars"


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Will joined the British Army straight from School In 2006.

After completing training at the Catterick Garrision he joined the 1st Battalion Princess of Wales Royal Regiment based in Paderborn Germany. During his 6 year’s service he served in Iraq and Afghanistan and in 2012 deployed to London to help with security of the Olympics.

Will left the British Army at the end of 2012.

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Ben joined the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment in October 2004 after completing training.

During Ben’s 7 years service he deployed multiple times to the Middle East, unfortunately during Ben’s last deployment to Afghanistan in 2012 while trying to reach an injured soldier he stepped on an IED and his life changed forever losing both legs.

Ben finally left the Army in 2014 after 2 years of rehabilitation and resettlement.

Slide It’s been great getting to know Will and the team at Veterans Brewing since I got elected in 2017. Not only is the work he does with veterans admirable the beer is delicious. I’m excited to see Veterans Brewing continue to expand and grow to new heights. Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP Slide Will and the guys at Veterans Brewing were great and helped us get decent sales of their beers through our venues. Golden Lion Group Slide Will from Veterans Brewing contacted my offering to provide free beer for a fish and chip day a local restaurant was putting on for Veterans. The beer was great and I look forward to working with them in the future for more charitable events. Lee Wares - Councillor Brighton & Hove City Council