Listed here are some of our local partner sites with a brief introduction. Like us, these firms have their emphasis firmly on quality first.Monty's Brewery is a recent venture based in Newtown owned and run by my brother and sister in law. They've already won numerous awards for their ales. Keep an eye out for them if you're ever in mid or North Wales.The Forge Brewery is owned and run by my brother in Hartland, Devon. He too has already won numerous awards including SIBA Supreme Champion Beer for the South West of England a remarkable 3 years in succession (2010, 2011 & 2012) as well as SIBA Champion Best Bitter in the UK Nationals 2012! You'll find his award winning beers in numerous pubs across North Devon.The Snowdonia Cheese Company is a very successful business selling it's products into delicatessens all across the UK. Their cheeses are absolutely gorgeous, my favourites being the Black Bomber and the one with the pickled onions - it may sound tricky but it's delicious! You can order their cheeses online too. They're a must for any dinner party.Benard's Gallery is owned by a good friend of mine. As well as a great collection of originals, they can provide prints and accomodate all your framing and restoration requirements. Scott's speciality is his well priced photos of the Snowdonia National Park which he takes himself. He's a keen runner and hill walker, and can reach places us mere mortals never could!Butterworths Accountants is a successful local business owned by another good friend of mine, Mark Butterworth. Mark helped me set up in business from the very beginning, and has always been extremely helpful and proactive, making sure that I structured my businesses correctly and economically! He now further assists me by taking plenty of Toasted Head Chardonnay off my hands!
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