Ward's is believed to currently be activeSheffield
, South Yorkshire
See also: Jennings
Where another brewery's name appears in brackets after a beer name, this indicates that the beer is understood to actually be brewed by that brewery and not by Ward's. In some cases, beer is known to be brewed elsewhere but no information is available as to where. In this case the beer's entry will say [brewed elsewhere]
The beer regularity mentioned here refers only
to the cask-conditioned form of the beer. Even if it is shown as "dead" here, it may still be available in bottled or keg form.
- regular: a beer that is believed to be brewed either all the time or at least on a very frequent basis.
- irregular: a beer that is believed to be brewed either seasonally or on an occasional basis.
- unknown: a beer that has been reported as having been seen at least once in the past 12 months but whose regularity has yet to be confirmed.
- dead: a beer which is known to have been a one-off or to no longer be produced by the brewery. Beers of unknown status are assumed to be dead if they have not been reported on sale in the past 12 months.