Seven delicious locally brewed beers included.
Discover four fabulous & very different venues.
Drink with the locals, away from other tourists.
Just a short walk between venues, suitable all year round.
Public transport close by.
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Seven delicious beers, all brewed in Bristol
What you can expect
Drink like a Bristolian!
This mystery, self-guided craft beer tour takes you off the beaten track and away from the tourists. You'll enjoy seven delicious locally brewed beers, all included in the price of the tour, in fabulous venues. The Old Market & St Phillips area of Bristol is in close proximity of where most of the city's beer is produced.
There's just a short walk between each stop on this route. You'll need at least three hours but can take as long as you like, as the beauty of this tour is there's no guide hurrying you along.
Moor brewery tap room is your starting point. You'll collect your welcome envelope here, which contains your beer tokens and map to show you where you'll be spending them! You'll have three tokens each for this stop, each one buying a third pint from their extensive range of great beers, all made on the premises. The bar staff will help you choose your beers here, and you can either enjoy them in the tap room or, if you are lucky with the weather, in the sunny beer garden.
The staff here love talking about their beer so feel free to ask them to tell you the story behind the brewery. There's plenty of free stickers and beer mats at the bar that you can take home as souvenirs.
Following your map, you'll then discover an award winning traditional pub with outside space to enjoy a couple of locally brewed cask ales, a small family run bar that is passionate about buying beer that is made close by and a craft ale pub who supports many local breweries with a great selection of brilliant keg beers. Hand over your token in each stop in exchange for a drink or two but feel free to stay for more if you fancy. The beauty of this tour is you take it at your own pace.