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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.
When you think of some of the best beer in London there's only one Goliath, and that's Fullers. One of the most noted beer names in the city, get set for a brewery tour to remember as you make your way round some of the best barrels in the business courtesy of their ever educated team.
Head down to Bermondsey where Fourpure are offering you the chance to get inside their brewhouse. Learn about the history of the brand, alongside how they make their 4,000-litre batches, then finish the session with a five-beer tasting flight.
Based in Islington, Hammerton Brewery is a family-run craft beer business. Their regular tours include a hands-on lesson about the brewing process, an exploration into their sips and, of course, a thirst-quenching pint.
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.
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.
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.
Head over to London Fields Brewery where they'll be offering fun tours of their working brewshed. Get the inside scoop on how they turn water, hops, malt and yeast into their hugely popular beer, and learn the sometimes scandalous history of their unique company.
Head over to Bermondsey where London's first ever cidery is offering fun tours of their brewhouse with their cider-making masterclass. Get the lowdown on what it takes to turn the humble apple into your favourite beverage, and taste the spoils, alongside a few freshly-baked pizzas in the process.
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.
Get insight into the inner-workings of Camden Town Brewery, one of London's most beloved beer companies. These tours will give you a crash-course in the art behind the perfect brew, as well a giving you to sample a few delicious creations along the way, it's a must for beer-lovers.
Get a unique inside look at how the maestros at Gipsy Hill Brewery make their lip-smacking craft brews. The tour includes a journey through the brewhouse, cellar and pack house and will have you get a little hands-on before trying a few samples.
For a brewery tour with a different check out Ale Hunters' roster of London-based tasting tours. Taking you from one pub to another you'll be able to learn all about both traditional beers and modern craft sips, tasting a few tipples along your way.
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.