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The National Brewery Centre, Burton upon Trent

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TripAdvisor
  • A very interesting tour of the brewery, wagons, vehicles and a train. Shire horses sometimes on show during special days and a large model of Burton town centre at the height of the brewing period. We...  more »
  • We chose to visit this museum on a weekday in February so it was not very busy. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and found everything to be very informative. The pair of shire horses were great, as was...  more »
  • The biggest attractions of the city is the brewery. Compare to other big ones nothing special but because of the size and the locality has this charming feeling. The horses the old funky cars and the ...  more »
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  • Visiting with a group of 11, we enjoyed a guided tour with Dave McDonald; this was first class, lasting just less then two hours, and was a full and detailed coverage of all aspects of the museum. The tour was excellent value at just less than £9 each, that included the opportunity to sample some beers afterwards. The museum is suitable for all ages, and is highly recommended.
  • Got on the free guided tour. Interesting place. Wasn't as good as expected but was still worth going. Used a groupon voucher which made it really good value.
  • Excellent tour round the brewery museum. Loved the horses. Very interesting
  • We had a group tour for my Grandad's birthday and we all loved it. The tour was comprehensive, covering the whole history of brewing in Burton. The guide was knowledgeable about the techniques and final products of brewing. There is an opportunity to taste the products of the brewery at the end with coupons issued for three 1/3 pints in a bar area with a cosy pub atmosphere. Grandad said that it was the best weekend he'd ever had, which is surely high praise
  • Only 2 customers and it still took ages to get a salad and a burger. Staff sat at the bar drinking and swearing. Food was ok but not worth the delay.