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Every morning we begin the process of brewing with a spring in our step and commence each brew by mashing in with our local Cotswold water. We hand pick only the finest raw ingredients to complement our unique strain of yeast that has remained the...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
The Old Brewery Station Road, Wickwar GL12 8NB, England
My wife and I really enjoyed our interesting and informative tour round the brewery. Although it was cold when we undertook the tour, the highlight was the friendly atmosphere in the tasting shack across the road from the actual brewery. Lots of really enjoyable Wickwar...More
The Wickwar brewery tour should be avoided. It is not valve for money and extremely disappointing.
The ‘tour’ consists of first visiting their ‘shop’ where you can sample some beer. The shop is in fact a very dirty, disorderly shed that on a cold day...More
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Abibrown1211, Manager at Wickwar Brewing Company, responded to this reviewResponded 20 August 2018
We are so sorry you didn't enjoy our tour.
Most attendees enjoy the 'rustic' nature of the tour and really relish in visiting the historic buildings our brewery and shop are situated within. This is reflected in our over 90% 'Excellent' rating on...More
My Wife bought this as a birthday present and it was very informative and thoroughly enjoyable.
Our host was excellent and clearly knew his stuff. As a previous reviewer has said, it's split into 2 parts. The 1st was about the history and the second...More
Popped in to be greeted with a friendly welcome at the shop and very informative chap who explained the brewing process and the beers available to buy.
Also gave information about the brewery tours available that we will attend in the future.
Quality beer at...More
Our tour was a surprise in many ways. First, there were around 50 people booked on - for some bizarre reason I was expecting eight or ten. Then, as you arrive you're presented with a pint of BOB, in a nice Wickwar branded glass (glass,...More
Lovely place, great staff, tried a couple of beers in the lovely old brewery shed. Can't wait to try the others we brought.
We were recommended a local pub that stock their beer, which was good too.
Would love to do the full tour, but...More
I've been on brewery tours before, but none as good as this
You meet up in their shop where free ale awaits you.
So sitting with a pint you get a really down to earth history of the place
Then for a tour that doesn't...More