The All Nations Brewhouse has a history of brewing that stretches back to the 18th Century and is the home of several real ales that are supplied to the “Brewery Tap” – The All Nations Inn. The history of the All Nations is available from the navigation link on the left and downloadable as a document. More Info ...
Several beers originated at this historic pub and are brewed by Shires in the brewhouse at the rear. Some of them are available to other public houses direct from Shires Sales Team and trade enquiries are welcome. The Dabley Ale derived it`s name from Dabley Lane the eponymous thoroughfare the pub stands on, now renamed but referred to by the locals still. Being set in the heart of “Mild” drinkers territory, the Coalport Dodger Mild, so called after the steam train that used to run on the nearby Coalport branch line, is a traditional English dark mild that is much sought after in those public houses where mild is still a popular quaffing beer.
Dabley Gold is the flagship beer and brewed to the same recipe as Dabley Ale although to a higher strength which gives it a slightly sweeter but fuller flavour making it very popular with drinkers throughout the Midlands, Shropshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire.
The All Nations Inn is a thriving bastion for real ale enthusiasts and the building retains its unique atmosphere and many of the original architectural features and fitments. Why not experience them yourself? Close to Blist Hill Museum in Madeley, you`re sure of a warm welcome, excellent ales and you can try one of the excellent freshly made cobs with your beer. The Black Pudding and Cheese toasties seems to prove popular with the locals too!