|11am - 12.30pm The Tennent's Brewery Tour|
11am - 12.30pm The Tennent's Brewery Tour
The Tennent’s Brewery Tour
Go behind the scenes of what was once called a “madman’s dream” on the Tennent’s Story tour.
Following a seven-figure investment, we’ve launched the UK’s biggest beer attraction: the Tennent’s Story! Our new immersive visitor centre and brewery tour takes you behind the scenes of the famous beer, covering everything from its origins, production, provenance and even how to pour the perfect pint. Available to pre-book now.
Centred on the story of Hugh Tennent and the first brew of Tennent’s Lager in 1885, we’ll take you on monumental and historic animated journey featuring artefacts gathered from the first days of brewing at Wellpark in 1556 through to today.
On the tour you’ll discover how we make Tennent's so special, from refining the ingredients to mashing, malting, brewing, kegging and more.
The tour ends at the revamped tasting experience which is home to the country’s latest Tennent’s Tank Lager installation - serving up brewery fresh pints of Tennent’s from impressive copper tanks filled with unpasteurised liquid straight from brewery floor only a few hundred meters away.
Essential health & safety info
Please Note: Customers who are believed to have consumed alcohol before commencing the tour will not be admitted to the premises and the refund policy will not apply.
Customers are advised to wear sensible shoes (no heels, flip flops or opened toed shoes) and be aware they will need to climb over 100 steps.
Tennent’s Visitor Centre is committed to providing an excellent service for all visitors. Please advise us when booking if you or anyone in your tour party requires wheelchair access or may have difficulty with stairways or walking for an hour, so we can make arrangements to accommodate your needs.
IMPORTANT! Production Times
Customers are advised that as the tour takes place in a working brewery, some areas of the production process may not be fully operational due to essential maintenance of the machinery between Friday evenings and Monday mornings including the full weekend.