Great Yorkshire Brewery Tour, Beer Tasting and Pub Lunch for Two
Get a taste of real ale and learn about the brewing process at the Great Yorkshire Brewery, a modern brewery located on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. This Campaign for Real Ale member has been producing real ales for over 25 years in a village dating back to the 1800s. After the tour and tasting, move next door to the New Inn; where the 'Two Pints' real ale was first produced in the cellar in 1984. Tuck into a traditional pub lunch here and don't forget to pick up the inclusive gift pack of real ales as a memento of the experience before leaving.
- An award winning brewery close to the Moors
- This CAMRA member has been brewing real ale for over 25 years
- Relax with a traditional pub lunch in the New Inn Cropton
- Both participants take home a gift pack of real ale
- Availability Description
Everyday of the week except Sundays, throughout the year (excluding public holidays).
- Participant Guidelines
Alcohol is part of this experience so the minimum age is 18. Wheelchair users are welcome, the tour takes place on a single level.
Tours start at 11am and expect to spend around up to two hours on-site, including lunch.
- Numbers on the Day
Share the tour with up to 19 others.
- Dress Code
We recommend wearing sensible, closed in shoes (not heels) for the tour as the ground can sometimes be slippery.