Shepherd Neame Evening Brewery Tour and Ale Sampler’s Supper for Two

Shepherd Neame Evening Brewery Tour and Ale Sampler's Supper for Two

• 80 minute guided tour plus two-course supper with matching ales
• Souvenir jute bag and ales
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£85.00 from Virgin Experience Days

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Enjoy a guided tour of Britain’s oldest brewery and then delight in an excellent two-course beer dinner with the Shepherd Neame Evening Brewery Tour and Ale Samplers’ Supper for Two. During your tour you will discover all about the traditional methods used throughout history and how they meet state-of-the-art technology to produce the award-winning ales and lagers. Smell the hops and learn how the ale is created – from barley to bottle. Afterwards you will enjoy a tasting session and a two-course meal, made using fresh local ingredients, and a pint of beer chosen to match your meal. Sit back and relax, and learn about the Master Brewers and discover fascinating facts about each beer. There will also be a ‘Beer Quiz’ that you can take part in. At the end of your evening you will receive a jute bag with a selection of six ales for you to take home so you can carry on enjoying this brewery experience at home.

Extra information about this Food & Drink experience

80 minute guided evening tour of the working brewery Two-course supper accompanied by a matching ale

On arrival at the visitor centre you will meet your guide and set off for the 80 minute tour where you will see how they produce their range of Kentish Ales and speciality lagers. Gaze into traditional mash tuns and taste natural mineral water from the brewery’s well. Try some malted barley and smell locally-grown Kentish hops. Then it’s back to the visitor centre for a fascinating tutored tasting and a two-course home-cooked supper with a pint of ale. You will even enjoy a ‘Beer Quiz’ while you enjoy your meal. On departure you will receive six speciality ales in a Shepherd Neame jute bag to take home.

Participant guidelines: Minimum age: 18 Unfortunately the tour is not suitable for wheelchair users


Kent – Faversham

Author: Jim Robinson

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