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Wylam Brewery

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Just Amazing.

This has to be ranked as one of my favourite venues to visit. The location is special, the events... read more

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Traveller332015
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Blyth
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Flawless

2nd visit and another wonderful experience of Sunday lunch. Seated and served straight away. Food... read more

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Roam802688
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Manchester, UK
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Founded in 2000 Wylam is a 30 Barrel Micro Brewery that resides at the Palace of Arts in Exhibition Park. Our Tap Room opens at the following times and it is always free entry and operates independently of events in The Grand Hall: Thursdays: 5pm to...more
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| Palace of Arts Exhibition Park, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 4PZ, England
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+44 191 650 0651
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This has to be ranked as one of my favourite venues to visit. The location is special, the events are amazing and it should be one of Newcastles best kept secrets. They have great beer and gin bars too. I visited tonight to see The...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

2nd visit and another wonderful experience of Sunday lunch. Seated and served straight away. Food is excellent, more than enough and beautifully presented with plenty of choice. Desserts are also wonderful so try and squeeze one in, you won’t be disappointed! Dogs also welcome and...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Another great visit, went for the Argie Bhaji weekend. There was 8 different trucks to choose from and you get to taste as many as you like. Tokens cost £3 each and we managed 5 different vendors. Our favourite was Lola Jeans ( Spicy Burger...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Enjoy waiting 15 minutes at the bar for a way-overpriced drink, which tastes like burnt fruit. Then enjoy standing around listening to terrible pop music - or alternatively sit outside in the wind tunnel and wonder why the underpowered heaters are spaced so far away...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went here for a family meal Sunday lunch really lovely food lovely atmosphere and staff very helpful even choosing our drinks they let us taste it befor ordering will definitely be returning for another meal

Thank Sharon D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is well worth the fifteen to twenty minute walk from the town centre if you appreciate great beer or just want a refreshing walk to a bar which also offers a good wine and spirits selection too ! This wonderfully restored building in the...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I am very much a novice on the aspects of brewing beer & Ales but after visiting the Wylam brewery with work colleagues on a Saturday morning, I am a little more knowledgeable thanks to Dave the resident master brewer. For the sum of £10...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I are big craft beer fans and I'm a big fan of Wylam in particular so we stopped in Newcastle to do the tour and sample their tap room - we were not disappointed. Tour was about an hour long and was...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Visited with a few friends. About ten min walk from Haymarket metro, £12 ticket including a glass and then most beers served as two thirds for £2 or half pint for £3 - great range, really good atmosphere

Thank geofff753
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Was here for Craft Beer Calling. Beer festivals are normally extremely crowded but this felt like a fun backstage party. Great atmosphere, you start off in a venue room and then it extends into the actual brewery. Great food served as well.

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lesbos
30 August 2018|
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Response from dominich148 | Reviewed this property |
Really depends on what you go for but between £4-5 on average
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sully0602
25 August 2018|
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Response from Pbd001889 | Reviewed this property |
Pretty sure there is. You’d have to drive through the park (with hazard warning lights on) then you can park right beside the venue. Would suggest ringing them first
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