Once Brewed (also known as Twice Brewed or Once Brewed/Twice Brewed) is a village in Northumberland. It lies on the Military Road (Northumberland) B6318. A motorist arriving over the B6138 from the east will see the place name shield "Once Brewed", while those coming from the west will read "Twice Brewed". Once Brewed lies just south of Hadrian's Wall, which runs along the top of the Whin Sill ridge above the village to the north. The Roman fort of Vindolanda is a couple of miles away to the south-east. The Roman earthwork known as the Vallum runs right past Once Brewed, adjoining and also overlain by the Military Road. The village is home to the Twice Brewed Inn, a well-known pub.
Few folk venture to Northumberland without walking a part of The Pennine Way or Hadrian’s Wall and this purpose-built hostel is just half a mile from its most spectacular section. Being two miles north of Bardon Mill, it’s also within easy walking distance of Vindolanda, where you can see how the Romans lived, and Housesteads Fort, the most complete Roman fort in Britain.
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