Bristol Beer Tasting Tour


Join us on a guided beer tasting tour around 3 different Bristol brewery taprooms or craft beer venues.

The Bristol Beer Tasting tour is a tour which focuses on tasting a number of different local beers from a range of styles. This is a guided tour led by your local beer expert who will also give you an insight into the history of brewing in the area.

Available for group bookings only.

Duration: 2.5 hours (approx)
Group size: 12 max (approx)

Saturdays. Check availability to see starting times and available dates.
Language: English


  • Enjoy tastings at 3 Bristol craft beer venues
  • Learn about the history of brewing in Bristol and the UK
  • Discover some of Bristol’s best beer

Full description

We’ll take you on a guided beer tasting tour around 3 different Bristol brewery taprooms or craft beer venues. You’ll learn about a number of different beer styles along the route plus an insight into the venues visited and Bristol’s beer scene as a whole.

Depending on the day of your visit we’ll head to 3 of the following locations: Moor Brewery, Arbor Ales, Good Chemistry, Lost and Grounded, Wiper and True, Beer Emporium, Small Bar or The Barley Mow. Please note that the venues visited can change depending on the day and time of your visit.

You’ll walk between the venues, taste a number of different beers on route and learn about how the breweries started out along the way. You’ll be accompanied by a knowledgeable local guide to talk you through the beer styles from start to finish.

This tour doesn’t tour the equipment and focuses on beer styles rather than brewing processes. If you are looking for our in depth tour then you may consider taking a look at The Bristol Craft Beer Experience.


✔ Guided tour
✔ Beer tastings

Meeting Point
The Barley Mow, 39 Barton Rd, St Philip’s, Bristol BS2 0LF

What to bring

  • Passport or ID card
  • Comfortable shoes

Not allowed

  • Under 18’s

Know before you go

  • All venues on the tour have step-free access
  • At least one tasting at each stop and this will depend on the day, beers available and venues visited.