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Greene King Brewery, Bury St. Edmunds
(4.6/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
Explore the beer-making process with England’s largest independent brewery, Greene King Brewery. Take the tour to climb the stairs to the kettles and take in views of the city. Chat with the knowledgeable guides and ask them about each stage of the process. End with a tasting of your choice of several different types of beer brewed on site. Check out the museum to get hands on with the tools and ingredients used to make beer. The tour can’t accommodate people with limited mobility. It’s popular so book ahead. Arrange your visit to Greene King Brewery and discover more family-friendly attractions in Bury St. Edmunds using our Bury St. Edmunds itinerary planner.
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  • We ate a good Fish & cips quality English beer ... the price is not the best but you know ... these places if you go you pay!
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  • Have visited other breweries, but this was exceptionally good, it is due not least to the staff and omvise clean. During the tour you will also be up on the roof and has a fantastic view over the entire city, highly recommended
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  • We took a party of 30 for a tour of the brewery. It was all well organised and we explored the brewery in groups of 10. Our guide was informative and funny and explained everything clearly. The view f...  more »
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  • If you are at all interested in the craft of beer making then this is definitely worth a visit. A comprehensive, friendly and lively tour with plenty of sights, sounds, smells and tastes along the way. The complimentary beer tasting at the end is a bonus!
  • Our tour guide (Roy) did an amazing job of explaining the complete process of how beer is made. He also provided some history of Bury St. Edmunds and was very entertaining.