BBC Norfolk | Chris Goreham feature
Best In Norfolk – Beer!!
How much nicer would it be to have a farmhouse brewery, that celebrates the region and makes beers that reflect where they’re from
BBC Radio’s Norfolk’s Chris Goreham interviewed co-founder Miranda Hudson in a feature about what Norfolk loves most about beer and why Duration was founded to showcase how beautifully brewing and agriculture can exist in tandem at Duration’s farmhouse brewery in West Norfolk.
Covering the backstory to Duration of making beers that reflect their landscape, why craft beer has taken off and how food and drink trends are moving towards a wider appreciation of where ingredients have come from are all discussed.
We love becoming unique by picking our location and putting goods from our region and other small producers in our beers, we did an oyster stout, with Brancaster Oysters who are a father and son duo that hand read their oysters in the creaks up on the north coast – and then we’ve worked on a beer with Drove Orchard putting two different types of apples into an IPA – so I love working with botanicals, fruits and other ingredients that are from Norfolk to go into our beers
I think beers got so much diversity in it, in the summer you can drink a lovely wheat beer, in the autumn you might want a nice Märzen or a lager and then you head over to your stouts – so I think the range of beer we can produce just give us infite options, for creating something unique
Listen in by skipping to 2hr 43min – 2hr 48min in the morning show for the full interview
Duration beers are available from our brewery shop open 6 days a week or you can order from our online shop for next-day delivery HERE