If you're interested in seeing Wharfedale's first Brew Pub in full operation from top to bottom why not book a brewery tour?
We can accommodate parties of between 2 and 16 people where you can see at first hand the ins and outs of the brewing process.
Start by meeting one of our brewers then head off for an informal walk around the brewery, where you will be shown the brewing equipment, be guided through the processes involved and given the opportunity to munch on some malt and sniff some hops. You'll be wandering around a beer lover's paradise!
We will then answer any of your questions whilst giving you a guided tour of our brewery tap - The Flying Duck.
Here you will be able to enjoy samples of the beers from our Wharfedale Range staring at £15 per person.
We offer two tour levels; Standard and Enhanced....
Standard Wharfedale Brewery Tour: 2 - 16 People @ £15.00 Per Person
45 minute brewery tour then sample three x 1/3 pint tasters of Wharfedale Beer. Tasting notes, beer mat and branded pen.
Enhanced Wharfedale Brewery Tour: 2 - 16 People @ £25.00 Per Person
45 minute brewery tour then sample five x 1/2 pints of Wharfedale Beer. Tasting notes, souvenir pint glass, 3 beer mats and a branded pen..
Please choose your prefered dates and make your selections via the button below. Please note, bookings must be made at least 7 days in advance and cancellations made less than 72 hours before your booking are non refundable.
Please note that this is a fully working brewery and the tour takes you right into the heart of the brewhouse. There may be a little water on the floor and there is limited disabled access on the tour and climbing stairs is involved. Suitable foot ware should be worn ie no high heels.
For non drinkers/drivers, a soft drink will be supplied instead of the alcoholic samples. If accompanied by an adult, children under 18 are welcome if they have a ticket and will also be provided with a soft drink.
Anyone deemed to arrive intoxicated you will be refused entry with no refund will be given in this matter.
Dogs are welcome to attend but must be tied to the railings outside the brewhouse.