|They have two brewing streams of about the same size|
|There's always one|
The brewery's capacity is a million barrels a year, not sure how much they're doing at the moment. I know they used to make more lager than ales but with the loss of the contract to brew Cobra I don't know if that's still the case.
They have the facilities to make cask, bottled, kegged and canned beer - so the full range from the virtuous to the morally bankrupt. I only had a half when I was there, and I went for DNA, the beer they make in conjunction with Dogfish head. I was keen to try this as despite Dogfish head being a very interesting brewery it's arrival was greeted with universal derision by my fellow beer nerds. I was expecting something a bit underpowered, but the my surprise the American hops were clearly there in strength, and being reassuringly brown and with some body to it I suspect I could have happily sunk a few pints. Chatting to one of the brewers I found that after seeing the feedback they'd upped the dry hopping. Not having tried the original version I don't know how they compare, but it certainly worked for me.