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Fantastic place with great beers. The day we popped in it just happened to be one of their "socials" so there was a food vendor outside and a lovely relaxed atmosphere.
Love Thornbridge beers anyway but having them available on tap was great - and...More
I did the brewery tour on WED, 5/16/18, as a birthday outing with a friend and it was absolutely wonderful! The staff are so friendly and knowledgeable and the tour is all-inclusive. It was fascinating to learn how they choose the ingredients and to witness...More
My friends and I left booking the tour too late but still enjoyed a lovely hour or so at Thornbridge. I've enjoyed their beers for a long time now and wasn't disappointed with the new ones I tried. Jess is a great ambassador - so...More
Visited the brewery shop unfortunately the bar was closed but the very pleasant staff gave us a free bottle of beer and we were able to buy and try other bottles so we had a lovely chilled couple of hours in nice company, cheers
My visit was extremely unwelcoming. The whole set up is designed for you to buy their bottled beer in the shop afterwards. Better beers and better value in Tesco...
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Rebekah W, Public Relations Manager at Thornbridge Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 27 April 2018
We're really sorry to hear you didn't enjoy your visit and we'd like to know a little more, If you could email firstname.lastname@example.org with the date of your visit and some further details so we can investigate your concerns fully. Thank you.
We walked to this brewery tour and found it fascinating. For the price of admission you get 3 halves, a couple of tasters and a very interesting chat about the history of the business started from scratch in 2005. You can also buy beers at...More
We like to do a brewery tour whenever we travel around the UK and this was our favourite so far. Being a small and relatively new brewery meant that it wasn't horribly commercialised and the staff are (rightly!) proud of their beers. A cheap ticket...More
From phoning to book, to arrival, to the tour, to leaving at the end of the day we thoroughly enjoyed our visit.
The beers are outstanding, as you expect from Thornbridge, however the hospitality and knowledge made the trip for us.
Well worth a visit,...More
Rebekah W, Public Relations Manager at Thornbridge Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 26 March 2018
Thank you for the great review, we're delighted you enjoyed your afternoon with us.
Whenever I visit the Peak District I head for Thornbridge to try out their latest craft beers and stock up on bottles for home. I try to time my visits to coincide with their monthly Socials where the brewery shop operates a tap room with...More
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Rebekah W, Public Relations Manager at Thornbridge Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 27 March 2018
Thanks for your review, so glad you enjoy your experience with us and we'll look forward to welcoming you to another Brewery Social soon!