Welcome to the Shotover Brewery Online Shop

The Shotover Brewing Company and Oxford Craft Beer Company

Two Fabulous Brands, One Great Brewery

We seek to discover the extraordinary.

Who We Are

The Shotover Brewery is a family run business founded in 2009, situated  in a 200 year old stable at Manor Farm in Horspath, just four miles from the historic Carfax Tower at the centre of Oxford, on the southern slope of Shotover Hill.

One great brewery with two unique brands.

The Shotover Brewery combines traditional British brewing methods and ingredients with some striking combinations of English and new world hops to produce Classic  beers with a distinctive full flavour and complexity, whilst its sister brand, The Oxford Craft Beer Company creates exciting modern International Classics, amazing seasonal beers and our latest Vivid Dreams Series of unique single hopped beers.

Shopping With Us

The Brewery Shop

We are currently operating the following during the current Covid-19 crisis

Buy and Collect from the Brewery Yard

Call, Pay and Collect  01865 604620 or 07710 883273


Home Delivery Service (Wednesday and Friday)

Phone in your order to 01865 604620 or 07710 883273, or check our Facebook Page

Place Order, Pay and we will arrange delivery. (Minimum Order Value £25.00)


We are also still delivering weekly to a number of Wine Shops, supermarkets and some pubs who are offering a takeaway service around Oxford. If you require a list then please give us a call.

Please stay safe. We’ll see you soon.


Shotover Hill, which dominates the approach to Oxford from London, is rich in myth and history. Formerly part of the mediaeval Shotover royal forest it is now largely an ancient woodland and park and still carries the original old London coach road over its summit.

Charles Wesley was robbed by a highwayman here in 1737 and a Queen’s College scholar was said to have killed a wild boar by stuffing his copy of Aristotle down its throat.

It hosts many a famous name, C.S Lewis lived at the foot of Shotover Hill in Risinghurst. The woodland of Shotover was said to have inspired ‘Narnia’ and ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’.

His friend J.R.R Tolkien lived at Sandfield Road in Headington and Lewis’s garden, now owned by the Bucks, Berks and Oxon Wildlife Trust, is said to be the original setting for Middle Earth.