Visit to the National Brewery Centre

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About the event

1.45pm to 3.45pm, Sunday 30 October 2016

Meet at the centre which is adjacent to the Coors Brewery at 12.00 for an optional Sunday roast lunch before a private guided tour of the museum. The tour will start at 1.45pm and you will hear about many well-known phrases and sayings that we use in everyday life – such as ‘Gone for a Burton’ - came about, and the vast wealth amassed by Mr Bass, much of which he gave away. It is not so much a tour about how beer is made, but a fascinating insight into the social history of Burton upon Trent, and the tens of thousands of people employed in the town’s breweries. During the tour you will also meet the two Shire Horses still employed, and be able to view the collection of classic vehicles which includes the famous Bass car.
To ensure you don’t miss out on this very interesting and informative visit, please register your interest with Pete Cresswell by email,
Or, if you prefer ring him on 01785 760211. Pete will then send you a booking form for you to return along with your payment. The Private Guided Tour will cost £8.45 per person, and the Sunday roast is £7.45 for the main course per person.
Please note all areas of this visit are suitable for disabled and wheel chair access.


National Brewery Centre Burton upon Trent DE14 1NG


Please contact Peter Cresswell for more information or to book

Peter Cresswell

01785 760211

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