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T&R Theakston Ltd is one of the oldest family breweries in Yorkshire and home of the legendary Old Peculier Ale. Visit this historical brewery in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales town of Masham. Experience first hand the craft and skill that goes into...more
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Black Bull in Paradise Visitor Centre | Red Lane, Masham HG4 4YD, England
Great tour at Theakston’s Brewery yesterday. Our guide was enthusiastic and informative, without his audience “switching off”. Was nice to have the option at the end for either a pint, 2 halves or 3 quarts. Great atmosphere in the pub too. Thank you all at...More
We both enjoyed the tour,I would not recommend it to people who have mobility issues,we were not asked or informed about climbing up levels in the brewery.we thought that the lady taking the tour was perhaps a little distracted ,as her presentation lacked enthusiasm.the brewery...More
Quite a poor tour, the young lady showing us around didn't really engage the group very well, she was polite enough but just didn't appear to have any enthusiasm, more over she was parroting off her well rehearsed facts but didn't make it interesting to...More
It was a rainy Sunday in Masham when we landed and decided to visit the brewery, so wet and cold with a dog in tow we ventured in to the Brewery, we had just missed the tour (no dogs on tour) but we and Dougie...More
A really interesting brewery tour lead by very knowledgeable staff.
Great to see such a historic building still in use with traditional skilled brewers doing things with honoured methods.
Really enjoyed the tasting afterwards.
Leave plenty of time to find the site, we got a...More
We visited on Saturday and had to wait quite a while for a tour. It was no hardship, we visited the ‘Black Bull in Paradise’, the tap at the side of the brewery. We were able to buy 1/3’s and sampled most beers on offer....More
Apologies for the late reply. There’s lots of nearby parking as it’s a short walk from the market place. I don’t think children are allowed on the brewery tours but you would need to ring and ask the question. Staff are very... More
Apologies for the late reply. There’s lots of nearby parking as it’s a short walk from the market place. I don’t think children are allowed on the brewery tours but you would need to ring and ask the question. Staff are very friendly.