We have a three day Chester based tour open for September Wednesday 6th to Friday 8th. The first day will be a visit to a Chester brewer and historic pubs, the second a day in vibrant Liverpool and the third day a trip to Shropshire to visit a unique brewery followed by several wonderfully atmospheric pubs in beautiful Shrewsbury. You can join the whole three day tour with accommodation in Chester or for individual days.
Later in September we will again tour Liverpool on Thursday 21st and North Wales on Saturday 23 for a mini bus tour to a brewery and country inns. If interested in any of these tours please contact us now for details on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Our tours offer a fascinating glimpse into the rich and varied tapestry of the independent British cask ale brewing scene, all interwoven with visits to our unique British pubs.These are simply beer tours you just can't do alone.
We work closely with long-standing transport, brewery and pub partners to bring you a smooth and memorable beer experience to treasure- see our testimonials.
For 2023/24 we warmly welcome enquiries, both for our established tours and new our roll outs - including a tour to the beautiful Isle of Man, a Hop Walk in Herefordshire and our Northern Cities Beer Odyssey.
In recognition of their bravery and dedication throughout the pandemic, beer enthusiasts from the health & care sectors along with other emergency services will be continue to be welcomed with special discounts throughout 2023 - please do enquire.
Newsflash: Forthcoming Tours
Following our successful 2023 tours we now have open tours planned for November and for 2024 in January, February, March and April with visits across Cheshire, Manchester Shropshire, the Black Country and North Wales. If interested in the details or in a bespoke group tour please contact email@example.com
We are also offering WALKING TOURS IN CHESTER AND LIVERPOOL: Walking tours around the fascinating and historic pubs of Chester and Liverpool. These can be tailored to your group for either the compact 2.5 hours early evening pub experience or our 4 hour afternoon tour, which takes in a brewery visit with light lunch. If you wish, you can decided the length of time you require for a small party.
Unique to Britain
Cask ale and our wonderful pubs - many dating back centuries - are unique to Britain.
I have had the pleasure of going on 2 beer tours with Steve Hobman from Beer Tours UK. The first was to North Wales and Liverpool in 2013, and the second was to the Peak District and Manchester in 2018.
On each tour we visited both rural and city local breweries and pubs, some were classic examples from the Victorian era and early 20th Century. We sampled both traditional British real ales as well as some newer, craft beer styles.
Steve not only has a fantastic knowledge of British beer, but he ensures we learnt some of the history and culture of the places we visited.
The accommodation on both holidays was in delightful pubs, and the tours were well planned and paced.
As a British expat visiting the UK it was a great way of seeing parts of Britain I had never seen and enjoying the best of British beer.
All About Cask Ale
Beer Tours UK has a very special offer in British beer tourism. We arrange bespoke tours for small groups, with enormous flexibility. Since we began, we have welcomed beer enthusiasts from Canada, the USA, Japan, Scandinavia and Australia along with many homegrown groups.
As a pioneer in British beer tourism, we have been leading both ale veterans and ale novices to breweries and pubs across northern England and North Wales for several years. We started out way with a clear mission to showcase the unique national heritage of craft cask-conditioned ale alongside the iconic British pub - the only place you can drink cask.
Yes, we do recognise and respect the talents and creativity of the new craft keg brewers - and some of our brewing partners we visit now brew in both styles. And we may even trip over a craft gin producer or two. But cask ale and our wonderful pubs, many dating back centuries - from characteristic city centre ‘boozers’ to grand old coaching inns – are unique to Britain. Our tours celebrate them. This is really good fun beer tourism that you just can’t manage alone. We know the brewers, we know the pubs and we know the beers - well a quite a lot anyway.
With tailored itineraries for organised groups or simply like-minded individuals, we travel to cask ale brewers across rural Cheshire and Shropshire and the wonderfully vibrant cities of Manchester, Liverpool, and Leeds while also heading into the dramatic landscapes of North Wales, the Peak District and the Yorkshire Dales – all wonderful backdrops for tours. We can also arrange tours in London, the Lake District, Scotland and the West Country or other parts of the UK.
I contacted Beer Tours (UK) as I needed to organise something special for my 60th birthday. I contacted Steve and he created an itinerary and everyone was really looking forward to the trip. It didn't disappoint! Steve took us to pubs we wouldn't have found without him, to Brewery's where we enjoyed a tour (oh and free beer!) and some great scenery. If your looking for a recommendation for something different then try A Beer Tour with Steve Hobman.
Mike Carpenter, Altrincham
A visit to Stonehouse Brewery.
Founder | Lead Tours Advisor
Beer Tours UK is headed by beer writer and brewing media consultant Steve Hobman. Steve is a member of the British Guild of Beer Writers and the Brewing History society.