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Palmers Brewery, Bridport

Categories: Breweries, Food & Drink
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4.6/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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  • Brilliant place - great to see the real way to brew beer - shame we had difficulty hearing the guy who showed us around. But great 2 hour tour and then a free tankard and a couple of pints of their be...  read more »
  • excellent tour of the brewery by Richard who was knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Good beer. wine tasting evening later in the week by Jamie, I think, who was also very knowledgeable and enthusiastic.....  read more »
  • I can't deny it, I was surprised at how interesting this tour was. This is entirely due to our lovely 'Tuesday Guy tour guide' (sorry I didn't catch his name). After history and chemistry lessons whic...  read more »
  • Really enjoyed my tour of this old fashioned brewery. Amazed at just how few ingredient that go into the Ales. Also the old-fashioned machinery that was decommissioned only 'relatively' recently. The 200 ale is an absolutely delight.
  • We went on the brewery tour (shown round by Dave) and we were really impressed. The tour really lets you see the history of how the brewery has evolved and there was some great local history thrown in as well. It's small brewery and that made it all much more fun (no massive silos and giant stainless steel brewing vats). We got to taste the barley (malt), hops and even the yeast. The tasting at the end was great and we left thoroughly impressed and happy. We then headed straight to the Three Horseshoes in Burton and Bradstock to try their other beers that weren't available for tasting and had an great meal.
  • Really enjoyed the brewery tour. Bob, the tour guide was excellent. Very informative with information not only about the brewing process but also the local history. Came away with a commemorative half pint glass and a good deal more knowledge about Palmers and brewing in general.
  • Loved the tour, a small brewery with a long and interesting history. This place also doubles as a museum with old equipment still in place. Though not now used in most cases.
  • Ale quality/taste used to be variable but the new head brewer has turned things around. Tally Ho! my favourite but IPA great pint too. Only gripe is prices - Bridport not a rich town (unless you're a brewer) and £3.40 a pint is approaching London prices.
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