London - Guided Tour of Fuller's Brewery
Now famous for its range of beers, the origin of Fuller’s brewery goes back to the 1600s when it started as a private brewhouse. The Cambridge Society of London have booked 30 places for a tour of the Fuller’s Griffin brewery in Chiswick on the afternoon of Saturday, 10 March starting at 2.30pm. It will be a unique opportunity to see behind the scenes of a famous working brewery, combining some history and heritage, an insight into ale-making and of course an opportunity to sample the produce.
The tour will be led by an expert guide who will answer all our questions and give us a fascinating glimpse into British beer-making history. The tour lasts around one and a half hours and culminates with the highlight: a tutored tasting of some of Fuller’s finest ales.
Each attending member can bring one guest, charges are £20 and £22 respectively.