We'd like to have seen some brewing 'action' but recognise that it would be difficult to shepherd lots of people through a 'food production' facility. The largely static displays had plenty enough content for us as self-conducted visitors. I suspect that a guided tour might have added interest. There were said to be audio-tour facilities but we must have missed these when we bought our tickets. They might actually have held us back more than we'd have wanted anyway. This wasn't a cheap visit but it did include a pint's worth of samples at the on site pub. The two of us tasted six hand-pulled real ales by pooling our tickets. The food being served looked very good and we both said that the menu was a substantial improvement on the normal range of pub offerings (though we didn't have any because of calorie considerations after a very good breakfast - at the nearby Three Queens Hotel.)
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