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Fuller's Griffin Brewery Tour

Chiswick Lane South | Griffin Brewery, London W4 2QB, England
+44 20 8996 2063
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Excellent Tour

This was a really great tour by a very friendly and knowledgeable guide. The tour itself of this... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Paul W
London, United Kingdom
Worth going to Chiswick

I went on a weekend tour - which meant that the plant was silent. There was still a pleasant... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
London, United Kingdom
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If you’ve ever wanted to know what makes Fuller’s ales taste so good, you’ll discover the secrets of our success on a tour of the Griffin Brewery. It’s a unique opportunity to see behind the scenes of a famous working brewery. Whether you’re looking for history and heritage, an insight into ale-making or just some superb samples, you’ll find them all here. We run up to 20 tours each week, all led by expert guides who aim to answer all your questions and give you a fascinating glimpse into British beer-making history. The tour lasts around one and a half hours and culminates with the highlight: a tutored tasting of some of Fuller’s finest ales.
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Chiswick Lane South | Griffin Brewery, London W4 2QB, England
+44 20 8996 2063

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a really great tour by a very friendly and knowledgeable guide. The tour itself of this historic brewery was genuinely interesting and the tasting session at the end was fantastic. Very highly recommended!

Thank Paul W
Reviewed 1 week ago

I went on a weekend tour - which meant that the plant was silent. There was still a pleasant lingering aroma - so if you like a quieter experience, go for weekends. Weekends are quite heavily booked, so make sure you reserve far enough in...More

Thank fartoomanyusers
Reviewed 1 week ago

We waited for our guide in the Mawson Arms next to the brewery. Having spent my university years in London I have sampled many pints of Fuller's ales, but can honestly say the beer served at the Mawson Arms was exceptional, the perfect pint (but...More

Thank chrisbG580PL
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Well we started off with Lunch in the pub next door were tour guide picked us up from the tour takes about 2 hours and you end up in there in house bar & served the beers fullers is famous for hear and it seems...More

Thank W4man
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a little more than the brewery tour as Fuller's had an open day which was good in itself. The brewery tour was very good. We've been on a few of these but the Fuller's is unique in that the majority of the process...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Had a fabulous tour of Fuller's Griffin Brewery which was first established in 1651!! In contrast to breweries in the US which are of much more recent vintage, we saw examples of old equipment made of copper and bricks, and were able to smell and...More

Thank eaburns
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Went with family and friends. Dave was our guide. Such a funny guy, very relaxed, knew his stuff. Got the impression that it's a nice family orientated place to work.Loved trying the different beers. Make sure you wear proper shoes. Me and my daughter wore...More

Thank Chrissie B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Really enjoyable guided tour of this historic brewery. The guide (Colin) was very knowledgeable and amusing. He covered the history, science and stages in the brewing process. The tour ended with an opportunity to taste the full range of cask and keg beers. I cannot...More

Thank tomski2001
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The tour of the brewery that showed both the historical and modern methods of brewing was excellent. Our guide, Sue had a similar chemistry background to myself which made my visit even more enjoyable. We were a small group of 5 which also made the...More

Thank Stucolco
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lisa was a fantastic tour guide who gave us a fabulous tour peppered with interesting history, facts and stories, topped off with her great sense of fun. A perfect couple of hours whether you're a beer lover or not!

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5 September 2017|
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Response from mdls22198 | Reviewed this property |
We had a late afternoon tour and saw the robots in action
Gillian M
20 October 2016|
Response from kevincarterinfo | Reviewed this property |
Yes you will definitely need to book online.
Kelly L
15 October 2016|
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Response from Jinglish | Reviewed this property |
There will be on street parking either just off the A316 or behind the brewery on the banks of the Thames. I suspect it's metered so you'll have to pay a few pounds. Good luck.