Unit B6 Fairhills Trading Centre Fairhills Road Irlam Greater Manchester m446ba North West

The Zymurgorium name comes from an amalgamation of the word Zymurgy and also Emporium. Zymurgy is the study of scientific brewing and an emporium is a shop that sells various items and trinkets so therefore my Zymurgorium sells various brews (among other things…).


The Zymurgorium aims to give its patrons only the best of brewing experiences and taste bud adventure & diversity! From fruit/vegetable beers, to old and new techniques in the sacred art of distillation, to ancient lost ciders and honey wines, an abundance of ingredients and an almost endless supply of brewing and distilling styles…


The products that mostly feature on our brewing side will be Meads, with a few crafty Beers and Ciders sneaking in. In our distilling world we mostly make never-seen-before Gins & Liqueurs, but will also have a cheeky dip in other spirits too!


However the world is not all about the H3C-CH2OH molecule (alcohol) and it would be unfair to exclude those for whom would like a clear head in the morning. So we have ideas for all sorts of products such as; syrups that can be drizzled over food, used in cooking or can be made into wonderfully aromatic and flavoursome lemonades, cordials & Mocktails! We will also be showcasing food that is fit for a banquet from cheeses, butters and preserves with full on flavours only go to compliment our range to make it even more irresistible!


At Zymurgorium, we aim to make as little impact on this world and aim to improve standards if anything, so all our practises are as environmentally friendly as possible. That means trying to source ingredients as locally as possible to reduce carbon footprint, or using the least harmful transportation method, future improvements to energy usage and experimenting with new ideas, helping those less fortunate e.g. our freaking environment & wildlife plus any of the farmers in the third world we rely on for our amazing products (otherwise I’m sure KONGO would fall of Big Ben in shock!).