Brush up on your beer know-how with a Brewery Tour at The Bath Brew House

Brush up on your beer know-how with a Brewery Tour at The Bath Brew House

Posted on: 08 Nov 2019

Want to become an ale aficionado? Now’s your chance.

 

If you didn’t know already, The Bath Brew House is home to a microbrewery: the James Street Brewery. 

 

A spot for the Brew House to test new recipes and to perfect old ones, the James Street microbrewery has become an integral part of the rustic-chic pub and kitchen.

 

Want to discover what goes on behind the scenes? Find out on one of Bath Brew House’s daily brewery tours.

Discover the traditional brewing process at The Bath Brew House

Every day between 12:00 and 18:00, The Bath Brew House welcomes visitors to nosy around the microbrewery, discover how British ale is made and take part in some all-important beer tasting. 

 

What’s better, Brewery Tours cost just £7.50! That’s a bargain - if you ask us. Each half an hour, tours also give visitors a brief history of beer and a tasty 10% off food at The Bath Brew House. 

 

A chance to brush up on your beer knowledge, or a clever gift for a loved one, you can’t go wrong with a Bath Brew House Brewery Tour. Did we mention it’s just £7.50? 

 

Booking is essential, so pop the Brew House an email, or call them on 01225 805609. 

Discover the traditional brewing process at The Bath Brew House

A rustic-chic pub and kitchen, The Bath Brew House is a fairly recent addition to Bath’s centre, but it’s already become one of the city’s favourite watering holes.

 

From its sun-glazed beer garden to its recently refurbed interiors, The Bath Brew House screams style, while the pub’s dedicated kitchen team put a luxurious twist on traditional pub grub.  

 

Food is served everyday between 12:00 and 22:00. Did you know? Students can get 20% off the Brew House’s entire menu anytime. 

 

To find out more about The Bath Brew House, head to their website.


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Kate Hutchison

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