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I’ll DRINK TO THAT - BREWERY TOURS

Updated: Apr 16

If you like real ale then Masham is a place you need to visit. Home to both the legendary Black Sheep and Theakston’s Breweries.



BLACK SHEEP BREWERY, MASHAM

Distance - ? minutes drive


Although brewery tours are currently not available (Contact them for updated information). From May 17th, 2021the Bar, Kitchen and Shop at the Visitor Centre will reopen, offering you the chance to enjoy some proper Yorkshire food accompanied by their range of award-winning beers. The shop will also be open for any takeaway beers or merchandise following your visit.


A new menu will also be available from May 17th, 2021 and can be enjoyed inside the iconic restaurant or outside in the picturesque beer garden.


We recommend booking in advance using the online booking form.


https://www.blacksheepbrewery.com/visit-us/




THEAKSTON BREWERY, MASHAM

Distance - ?? minute Drive


T&R Theakston Ltd is an independent, family brewing company founded in 1827 located in the Yorkshire Dales market town of Masham, North Yorkshire.

Among the beers produced is Theakston Old Peculier, a beer for which the company is famous. The 19th century brewery is of a traditional ‘tower’ construction, containing many of the original features, thus upholding the great tradition of the English top-fermented brewing method.

‘The Black Bull in Paradise’ is the Visitor Centre, a building situated within the brewery surrounds. Its name is derived from elements of company history, linking the name of the inn, the Black Bull in which Robert Theakston founded his brewery in 1827 with Paradise Field, the land he bought a few years later in 1850 and upon which he built a ‘new’ brewery in 1870, the one they still use to this day.


https://www.theakstons.co.uk/visit/



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