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Brewery Reopening 2018

20 months after the fire which affected Bucks Star Brewery, the roof on the building has now been replaced and internal works are taking place to have the brewery reopened for the New Year.

The Founder of the brewery, Datis, says the challenges of the past 20 months have not only served to strengthen the character of the business and it’s offering, but have also revealed how supportive members of the community have been during this time, especially those who have bought into the Growler Swap initiative. This initiative is the first of its kind and means two things: zero waste and fresh, local beer. We very much look forward to seeing customers, old and new, in 2018, and to the brewery becoming a hub of great conversations and memories, and perhaps the start of an important zero-waste movement propelled by Growler Swap and great artisan beers.

The New Year will also see the launch of a separate Growler Swap website which will allow customers to place orders online for same day delivery of fresh beer to their home. Please go to our website to see where you can Swap this month.

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Bucks Star Head Brewer Finalist in SME National Awards

We’re so pleased that our head brewer and founder, Datis, is a finalist amongst other leading Entrepreneurs from around the Country at the SME National Awards, being held at Wembly Stadium on 1st December!

Growler Swap, an innovative, eco-friendly scheme, designed to reduce waste and environmental destruction whilst making purer and better quality beers more accessible to discerning drinkers, is what has set our founder apart and secured him as a finalist in the business awards.

Datis will now be judged amongst many other talented business owners from around the Country, the results of which are to be announced next month. Other super-talented contestants battling for the title of Entrepreneur of the Year, are:

Abi Purser, Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel Group

Amanda Murrell, Amanda Murrell Associates Ltd

Angela Steel, Superwellness

Chris Morgan, New Skills Academy

Edward Williams, Elite Swimming Academy

Harjinder Singh, Smarta Healthcare

Nick Thompson, DCSL Software

Paresh Davdra, RationalFX

Peter Smits, Ashbourne Insurance

Pippa Simpson, Atomic Bee Ltd

Robin Williams, Brighter Foods Ltd

Sahaj Kothari, Make in 3D

Tom Warner, Warner Edwards Distillery

More information can be found by visiting: https://www.smenationalbusinessawards.co.uk/finalists-2017

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Importance of Fresh Beer

Professor Charlie Bamforth emphasising the importance of freshness

Professor Charlie Bamforth has described the nine month Best Before dates applied to beers in England as ‘ridiculous’, a view which raises questions about the move to twelve month dates in Australia. Continue reading

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Festival organisers on a mission to…

Festival organisers on a mission to nurture localism, sustainability and well-being, starting in Stony Stratford on Saturday, June 3, 2017.

In the 50th anniversary of the founding of Milton Keynes, Datis Gol, one of the team behind Bucks Festival, said the city needs to become more tuned in to local businesses so it can reduce harm to the environment.

“Fifty years ago, the planners of Milton Keynes Continue reading

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Vacancy for Graduate Trainee Brewer

Graduate Trainee Brewer

Vacancy for a part-time, male or female graduate trainee brewer.

A rare opportunity to work for local, multi award-winning and ecological brewers, Bucks Star Beer. This is an opportunity to be given training and to work in a dynamic environment on flexible terms. Candidates with a background in brewing technology, microbiology, chemistry or engineering will be given preference.

Presentation, hygiene and good communication skills are essential. Role requires candidate to be self-motivated, to use their own initiative and have a versatile approach to work. Must be comfortable speaking with customers and familiarity with the business ethos and core values will place them in good stead.

Please send your cover letter and CV to info@bucksstar.beer

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Bucks Festival 2017

Once upon a time, before Milton Keynes was the old village of Mideltone. Many years on and we celebrate the town’s 50th Anniversary as Milton Keynes. Milton Keynes is one of Europe’s fastest growing towns and was reported by The Guardian newspaper in 2015, as a town which creates jobs faster than anywhere in the UK. Continue reading

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Bucks Star on Collaboration & Localism

Bucks Star on Collaboration & Localism

Bucks Star have been called to give evidence to a Committee at the Council offices in Central Milton Keynes. The evidence is required to show that there is a real prospect of The Suffolk Punch in Heelands being used as an asset of community value; that in fact Bucks Star itself will commit to and invest in the project to realise this asset.

Back in early 2015 the brewery had contemplated opening a freehouse, but it was too soon and a suitable location was not available at the time. However, the Suffolk Punch presents a real and new opportunity, perhaps a bigger one than originally anticipated, but a goal certainly worth working towards.

Bucks Star’s tripartite philosophy focuses on ecology, health and the local community and helping to bring alive The Suffolk Punch under the guise of Bucks Star is absolutely inline with the brewery’s community ethos. There is presently nowhere in Central Milton Keynes championing beers made by all of the local breweries and our founder’s intention has always been to open an establishment which specialises in promoting all of the local producers. Milton Keynes has the perfect CV of local producers with Concrete Cow as the first brewery to setup in recent years and Virtual Orchard as the first cider producer. Bucks Star views itself as an agent of this collaborative movement and an important movement it is.

Bucks Star would like to thank Milton Keynes CAMRA and their Chair David Martin for their support over the past couple of years and to Mr & Mrs Fursdon and others giving evidence to support the local community, at the Council meeting on Monday.