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Wadworth Brewery

41-45 Northgate Street, Devizes SN10 1JW, England
+44 1380 723361
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Wiltshire Cask Ale and Brewery Tour in Devizes
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Established in 1875, this independent family owned brewery is steeped in history, heritage & traditional skills, as well as a wide collection of carefully hand crafted ales. With an on-site Sample Bar, Brewery Shop & Visitor Centre, there's certainly much more to Wadworth - a visit to see our Shire Horses, who deliver our ales across town each week day, is highly recommended! The Visitor Centre is FREE admission, however fees apply to our guided tours. Scheduled tours are available daily at 11am & 2pm, catering for up to 50 people, prices start from £10pp. Brewery Tours include a visit to the main production areas, our on-site Sign Studio; where guests can gaze at our unique hand painted pub signs, followed by a visit to the Stables, finishing with a tutored beer sampling session. Our Visitor Centre & Brewery Shop is open each week day from 9am-5pm (except bank holidays), and is always well stocked with your favourite Wadworth ales and gifts. **Advanced booking strongly advised!**
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41-45 Northgate Street, Devizes SN10 1JW, England
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

An insightful and interesting 2 hr tour followed by beer tasting of 7 different ales. Topped off by a pie and a pint. A fabulous way to spend a few hours in the company of our tour guide Jim.

Thank Jim G
Reviewed 4 days ago

Three of us decided to do the brewery tour - and it was fascinating. Lucy was an excellent guide - knowledgeable, entertaining and utterly committed to the product! We learned about the brewing process, visited the old and the new brewhouses, saw the signwriters, the...More

Thank SueJBaxter
Reviewed 6 days ago

Knowledgeable entertaining tour from a great guide. lots of info about the brewery and the process. Good to see so much old equipment still being used. Interesting to see pub signs still being hand painted. The shire horses were lovely although Max has a definite...More

Thank DerekTarrant
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Organised for my husband's birthday. Lucy was our guide for the afternoon and was captivating. Extremely knowledgeable and numerous. We were told about the history of the founders, the brewery business and buildings. The tour through both the old and new brewery was fascinating. We...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Having recently done a brewery tour with a different brewery, we thought we’d seen it all. How wrong we were! You actually got to see, step by step, the brewing process. Fascinating insight of a working brewery. After seeing the brewery, we were taken to...More

Thank Karen S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had a very interesting and enjoyable visit to the brewery, we never realised it was so old and had so much history, I am not a beer drinker, but my husband and his sister enjoyed the tasting at the end. To me the best...More

Thank Margaret D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I would like to say that my visit yesterday was excellent and the Tour Jim was very knowledgeable of the History of Wadworth brewery and the process was fascinating It was good value for money Thanks again

Thank Robert S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We were welcomed by Lucy, who’s enthusiasm for her role and the brewery was intoxicating. It was great to see along with the new ways of brewing the old ways are also being used to ensure history is not lost (well done) As part of...More

Thank Wacker1100
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I've been around a few breweries but this tour was the best one by far. The welcome couldn't have been warmer and the guide, Lynn, was excellent. The brewery has a fascinating history and Lynn brought that alive, as well as explaining the brewing process...More

Thank Squire2014
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I decided to take my boyfriend for his 57th birthday as he has wanted to visit this place for the last 30 years and decided it was time to fulfil his wish. As our journey was taking longer than anticipated we phoned ahead explaining we...More

Thank Chrissy S
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UncleAlan471
28 April 2017|
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Response from Michelle_VC1875 | Property representative |
Hi, the only food we offer is a hot pie (more of a snack rather than a meal), these are available to book online on our own webpage or order on arrival. Please allow 20-30mins cooking time. Alternatively we highly recommend... More
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Alex N
31 December 2016|
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Response from Michelle_VC1875 | Property representative |
Dogs are allowed in the Visitor Centre but are not permitted on Brewery tours or in The Harness Room Bar (the Visitor Centre has plenty of seating & drinks are served there too).
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Philip G
26 June 2015|
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Response from Su S | Property representative |
The Visitor Centre is free. If you wish to take a Brewery Tour there is a charge and you will need to book in advance to ensure a place. See website for more information.
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