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Thoroughly enjoyable way to pass a couple of hours in the company of a knowledgable guide. If you know anything about brewing the guide was able to expand your knowledge, of you know nothing about it then you were able to pick up a great...More
Wanted to take this tour for a long time and was not disappointed. The tour takes two hours and is very interesting. Ian, our guide, was very knowledgeable and fully explained Palmers history, process and workings. At one point there is a beautiful view of...More
We went on the tour with Colin who was a good speaker and very knowledgeable. The place is amazing with machinery all made inUK.The tasting was two types of errand I tried the gin. All very good.
Had I realise that if you pre-book online...More
WOW I saw this place by accident and went in for reasons I can only say it’s my last name. Ask to try some drinks and wow such amazing friendly staff and fantastic ale. Would recommend anyone to visit there and try some. You will...More
So glad we booked to the tour which lasts about 2 hours with a tasting session at the end and you are given a glass tankard to take home to. The tour guide was brilliant and we learned a lot about the brewery as well...More
During the week Palmers Brewery run daily tours and good value they are too. They last about 2 hours and finish off with tastings and a glass tankard. We had a friend join us and he raved about it too. With the river running behind...More
What a great tour.
The guide being a historian was extremely knowledgeable of not only the brewery but also of the local area. A 90 minutes tour with generous tasting session at the end and a glass half pint tankard to take home.
I booked as a surprise for my husband.... surname Palmer.... hoping we would find our heritage... not found but still a great tour.. took our son who was encouraged to participate by the guide... thanks so much to the guide, our group and to palmers......More
I am afraid the brewery tour is not suitable for wheelchair users. The tour includes several steep staircases and is predominately on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors. Unfortunately the fabric and age of the building does lend... More
I am afraid the brewery tour is not suitable for wheelchair users. The tour includes several steep staircases and is predominately on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors. Unfortunately the fabric and age of the building does lend itself to alteration. Kind regards, Luke