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My husband and I enjoyed a 2-hour ‘tour’ of this brewery. I am not a beer fan but still found the explanations and history very interesting indeed. The passion of the owners and staff is palpable and I felt very welcomed even as a non-beer-drinker....More
Came on a hot day for a tour of the brewery, which lasted about 2 hours. The owners were extremely knowledgable about beer, and happy to answer everyone's questions. Given the amount of beer you get to try it's also really good value!! Nice selection...More
We arrived on the spur of the moment. We didnt really want a tour, just to buy some good bottles of ale. Located on an industrial estate. I will look out for them at the GBBF on the 10th of August at Olympia, London.
Not a huge amount to see as there was nothing actually brewing when we visited. We sat on benches in the cold for over an hour tasting some nice/different beers whilst Chris Bingham told us his/the brewery's story with various props which was interesting. Then...More
Visited to buy some bottles of ale, next time I will book brewery tour having read the positive reviews here.
Located on a small industrial estate Bingham's produces some wonderful beers, I think I have seen some of there brews in local (Berkshire) garden centres,...More
My daughter and I visited the Brewery on the 18th March 2017 along with 10 other people for a conducted tour. One of the partners gave us an extremely interesting insight into how the Brewery came about and then explained all the processes of brewing,bottling...More
A group of 4 of us decided to go on the brewery tour on a Saturday in January.
We had an interesting couple of hours where Chris gave us not just the history of the brewery but also some insights into brewing.
We got to...More
I greatly enjoyed my tour last Saturday. The owner Chris Bingham provided a fascinating history of the brewery and his career, which was accompanied by sampling of a good proportion of their range, including their winning stout.
Their shop has all their range on sale....More
The Royal County of Berkshire now produces the Champion Beer of Britain 2016. So today I drove the few miles from home in Warfield to the tiny brewery shop at Twyford to get in some supplies. And they had the Cup on display! Well done...More