Brewery Tours in London
Heaving with hops, and boasting some of the boldest bottles of beer in London, the surge in microbreweries has been second to none in the city as of late. But where to enjoy some of the best brewery tours in town? From micro-pubs brimming with barrels, to fully fledged ale adventures in the heart of city, tastings and top beer are but the least you should expect from these great brewery tours in London.
Last updated on 17th June 2016
Boasting their own microbrewery right on site, it's no wonder that the nippers are lining up to experience a brewery day at Brewhouse and Kitchen. Cavort around their copper barrels and get a taste for some of the finest craft in the business as experts teach you all there is to know about the art of hops.
This microbrewery tour in London promises a look into the workings of Five Points Brewing Co, The Cock Tavern, London Fields Brewery and Redchurch Brewery, featuring expert commentary, take-home bottles and of course, plenty of tastings along the way.
Opening their doors for a unique series of London brewery tours, the Southwark Brewery's tasting and tour season features a live Q&A with brewery staff, tastings aplenty, a take-home bottle, and also the oppurtunity to stick around post tour, and soak up the brewery's very own bar.
One of the coolest names on the London brewing scene, Crate are swinging open the doors of their beloved brewery for all beer lovers in the city. Whether your opt for a tasting tour or the premium package, expect a top event of tasters, insight, platters and fun aplenty.
Bermondsey is alive with a number of microbreweries, and this tour stops at the best of the best. With tastings and talks at four of Bermondsey's finest beer outposts, guests can expect a try of each brewery's best exports, a showcase of brewing equipment, and the chance to ask their own questions along the way.
Looking to learn about one of London's most bustling craft beer joints? Crack on down to Camden for a brewery experience to remember. Brimming with barrels of the golden good stuff, and toting a selection of tour guides that know more about hops than you've had hot dinners, the daily running of brewery tours here is just your slice of Pale Ale.