£18 - Brewery Tour with audio tour of Bristol's brewery taprooms
Looking for the best beers in Bristol? This tour of Bristol's brewery tap rooms will take you straight to the source and immerse you in the brilliant Bristol craft beer scene. At the second stop, you will have a brewery tour and tasting of three beers and be given snacks for the rest of your walk.
Time & Location
12 Mar, 11:45 – 17:00
Station Approach, Bristol Temple Meads, Redcliffe, Bristol BS1 6QH, UK
About The Event
Audio Tour description:
On your way between the five breweries, of which you'll be given the back-story of each one, you'll learn interesting facts about the buildings and areas you pass by and be given a little beer based knowledge. The tour also gives the choice to stop and enjoy a pint in a beer garden at an award-winning traditional pub, owned by a Bristol brewery.
At the second stop (Moor brewery), about a fifteen minute walk from the start point, your brewery tour will begin at 12.30. Here you'll enjoy three different third pints of delicious beers made on the premises, see and learn all about and see how your beer was made and the story behind the brewery . They'll also hand you a bag of snacks to enjoy on the rest of your walk.
You'll need to begin the audio tour at Bristol Temple Meads by 11.45am to allow time for a quick half at the first stop, Bristol's newest brewpub) on the audio tour. Or, you could start your tour just after midday and not stop at the brewpub on the way to your brewery tour.
THE SIX NATIONS IS ON TODAY. If you'd like to watch a game, you can book at table at Moor to watch the game. Please click here to visit their website to book a table (£5 a head with pint included) and you can stick around after your brewery tour to watch it.
So that you can plan future beer adventures in Bristol, you'll be given the story behind several other breweries that are not quite on the route, and how to reach them. Your audio tour guide (me) will also give you tips on some later night drinking venues close to the end of the tour.
There's enough stops and advice to keep you entertained for more than one day, so if you have the time, plan to take the tour as two parts over a weekend or two. Do not try to have a drink everywhere in one day!
Why an audio tour?
My passion for sharing things about Bristol's fascinating past and introducing people to our craft beer scene is huge. These audio tours give you more information than you'd get on a guided tour, as there's no need to stop all the time to gather a group - I (Heather) can talk to you as you walk. Using your location, the clever app that's used plays audio automatically, at exactly the right time and place. You can walk at your own pace and have as many beer stops as you like without being rushed along or having to look at your phone.
How it works:
On booking, you'll receive an email with your unique code a