London - Guided Tour of Fuller's Brewery
This event is in the past.
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.
This event is open to Cambridge Society of London Members, and each attending member may invite one guest. Potential Society Members may learn more and join at www.camsoclon.org.