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We really enjoyed our tour yesterday- the hosts were knowledgeable and friendly. The tour is good value for money and we particularly enjoyed sampling the beers straight from the barrel in the little bar at the end of the tour. You also get to take...More
We attended the tour yesterday while visiting the area, due to seeing the reviews on here and we were glad we did.
My partner loves all things beer but this was such a delight!
The staff and tour guides were all lovely and informative. Very...More
This was an excellent tour and even better if you're not driving. Starting off with a brief history and the people behind it, over half a pint you wander through the compact brewery leaning about the processes, smelling and tasting the ingredients before returning to...More
For £10 you get amazing value for money.
An interesting talk regarding the history,before the actual tour, set in their own snug bar. A free 1/2 pint glass is given which is topped up as soon as it's empty (do not drive to this tour)....More
Visited Brewery for tour as a birthday present from my daughters. Wasn't disappointed at all,small number in group, Tour guide very informative and entertaining. Tour began with brief history of Brewery along with a tasting of one of the Beers brewed on site.A tour of...More
This is not the first brewery tour I've done and it is definitely one of the best value tours I've experienced.
The tour costs £10 and lasts approximately 2hrs. This does include over 1hr in their small bar where the samples flow freely. The two...More
Amazing , The brewery was spotlessly clean , the man doing the tour not only informed us of the different procedures ( which was really interesting ) but also backed it up with the history of brewing ale and the Ringwood brewery itself , wonderful...More