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All reviews great tour brewing process half pint great beer tour guide real ale take home free beer small bar beer lovers great value for money beer glass enjoyable tour different beers brilliant afternoon my dad designated driver
Hayden was a great tour guide from start to finish. Found out lots about the history of brewing not just about Ringwood Brewery. Very informative and knowledgeable. You could tell he was passionate about what he does and this shone through. Was provided a drink...More
Had been wanting to go for a long time and finally went along with a friend. Had a brilliant time from start to finish. The tour guide, Steve, was excellent. Was a font of knowledge, put things over very clear and made it fun. The...More
Ringwood Brewery produce a range of beers, these are available in many pubs locally (Hampshire). The brewery itself often has open days where various activities or entertainment is laid on. These are a great way to spend an afternoon, sampling the beers. There is a...More
Very welcoming, friendly and knowledgeable staff. Even as a non ale drinker it was interesting to find out how the brewery came to be and how the master brewers work their magic! Sample tasting very generous with a glass and bottle to take home! Well...More
We visited with our 8 year old. The guides were so knowledgeable and friendly - it was really relaxed and great value for money.
Loved hearing all of the history and would even like a return visit.
An absolutely superb tour. Fantastic value for £10. Everyone was really friendly, the tour is well designed, beer is great and a nice touch to let you keep the glass and leave with a bottle of your choice.
I throughly enjoyed The Ringwood Brewery tour with my partner today. We were there overall for about an hour and 45 minutes. When we arrived at the gift shop, we were shown to the bar where we sampled our first ale. We were given some...More
I do not know but I doubt it. there is space outside to sit and a small shop and bar inside. If you are doing the tour then you will encounter a number of steps and areas that are wet, smell of fermentation and are similar... More
I do not know but I doubt it. there is space outside to sit and a small shop and bar inside. If you are doing the tour then you will encounter a number of steps and areas that are wet, smell of fermentation and are similar to food prep areas - cannot imagine dogs being allowed or a good idea on the tour. I may be wrong.