Windsor & Eton Brewery, Berkshire
Windsor & Eton Brewery is located within walking distance of Windsor Castle. This small brewery’s ambition is to make Windsor famous again as a brewer of some of the finest and most talked about beers in the country.
With names like Coronation Best Bitter, Guardsman and Knight of the Garter, there’s no doubting these beers are brewed in the heart of Windsor. Enjoy getting to know them better by doing a brewery tour or an accompanied pub crawl in Windsor.
- Tour the brewery
- Taste Guardsman’s Ale
- Taste Coronation best bitter
- Visit nearby Windsor Castle
Discover the Art of Brewing in Windsor
When Burge’s Brewery closed its doors in 1931, it brought to an end a tradition of Windsor brewing that had lasted for well over 300 years. Nearly 80 years later, the Windsor & Eton Brewery opened its doors and is now busy restoring the art of brewing to Windsor. The beer is brewed using malted barley grown on the Royal Farms on the Windsor Estate and traditional Fuggles hops. The result – beers full of local flavour and character.
Take a Tour of the Brewery
On the first Wednesday of the month, you can do a fun and informative evening tour of the brewery which usually lasts around 90 minutes. The tour includes information about the raw materials, the brewing process and, of course, plenty of opportunity for tasting. If you’re interested in learning more and taking part in regular events, you can join the Webrew Knight Club which meets every month.
- Keep an eye out on their website for occasional pub tours of Windsor run by the brewery
- The beers are stocked in the nearby Windsor Farm Shop
Where to Stay Near Windsor
The Castle Hotel
This 4-star luxury hotel is in the town centre, only 2 minutes’ walk from the main gate of Windsor Castle.
Rooms from £108 a night.
Please check with the Windsor and Eton brewery directly.
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