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Rebellion Beer Co. Ltd., Marlow
(4.9/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Wonderful membership concept! Came with fsmily..marvelous beers and bits to eat in or take out. Wine too! 
  • Just been with daughter and partner who live in Marlow One of the best nights I've had for a long time - a real ale fan's paradise Superb beers BBQ type food and welcoming friendly staff I'll be back!...  more »
  • First timer at a brewery - what's not to like!,, you can drink wine, the foods great and the feeling is friendly banta. 
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  • An excellent microbrewery with seasonal and all year ales. Features a club providing members with discounts and up to three tours of the Brewery a year (bring friends). The inside shop also sells a wide selection of wines, specialty local foods and some Rebellion Beer Company themed accessories.
  • We love Rebellion Beer - variety, good foods to chose too and local so worthy of support... members club worth joining and beer/members nights are memorable.
  • The best brewery I ever came across, with a large farm shop serving a variety of local products and beer brewed on site this a great place to visit with friends and sample a brew with a few friends.
  • Not only great beer, wine, cider etc. But the customer service is also 2nd to none.
  • Disappointed in being turned away with my 2 year old grandson. Had phoned in advance to check if I could bring my grandson for an hour and was told it was fine. Turned up early to be the only 2 people outside. Bought a burger and had a pint only to be approached by a member of staff and be told that they didn't encourage young children as the public that visited in the evening didn't want to have their evening spoilt by the distraction of kids. Quietly left and decided never to go back. I later gave the owners the opportunity to explain themselves and expressed my view that introducing children in to such an environment was a positive thing and maybe excluding children from such venues in this country was part of the problem we have with younger people and alcohol. My grandson had been well behaved at all times and had been in the shop with me earlier where everyone else thought that he was adorable. The owner I spoke to had the opportunity to put things right but didn't seem that bothered. Even when I told him that the reason for my visit was to try and arrange a social evening for approx. 30 members of a choir I sing with, I was left feeling they weren't all that interested. I wish Rebellion Brewery all the best in their venture but unfortunately they won't be getting my support. Mark Winning.