Discover the History of London in 4 Drinks on a Walking Tour of the City
History of London in 4 Drinks Tour, The City, London
Peel away the layers of London’s social history as you taste 4 different drinks on this guided walking tour.
Take this walking tour of London and discover the city’s history through 4 different drinks
All over the world the Brits are known for being a nation of tea drinkers and rightly so, because we consume vast amounts of the stuff. But do you know the story behind how we first became such prolific consumers?
This guided walking tour, run by The Indytute, will give you an insight into British social history through 4 drinks that shaped our culture today – tea, coffee, gin and beer.
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Go on a Drinking Tour of London
This guided tour is a fun and relaxing way to see the British, their habits and the city of London, through a drinker’s lens. It’s topical too, with the rise of craft beer and boutique gin, we’re going through a second wave.
- Tours are are operated by The Indytute
- They run fortnightly on Saturdays and begin at 1pm or 4pm.
- Wear comfortable walking shoes and take an umbrella
- Tours cater for a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 14 people
- Delve deeper into Britain’s gin history with our pick of Britain’s best gin distillery tours
- Discover more about Britain’s brewing history with our selection of the UK’s top brewery tours
Mr Hendricks says, “Please check with the organisers of this London walking tour.”
How to Find the Meeting Point for the History of London in 4 Drinks Tour
St Paul’s Underground Station,1 Cheapside, London EC2V 6AA.
History of London in 4 Drinks
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Sally is the founder and editor of The Foodie Travel Guide. She travels around the UK and beyond in search of the best foodie days out, tasting experiences and delicious places to stay. She loves a glass of English sparkling wine, afternoon tea with friends and escaping London for gastronomic adventures.
History of London in 4 Drinks Tour
- Tour Fleet Street, the Strand & The City
- Learn about 18th century London drinking
- Taste gin, beer and tea or coffee
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