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Moorhouse's Brewery

Burnley Category Food and Drink
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Discover the history of Moorhouse’s Brewery dating back over 150 years, the intricacies of brewing explained both on equipment dating back over 100 years and on a modern purpose built plant.

Touch, smell and taste raw ingredients used and see the yeast converting the sugar into alcohol during the different stages of fermentation. The tour starts in our Cauldron bar, to sample a pint of the brewery’s award winning ales.

The Brewery tour lasting approximately 45 minutes, four pints of Moorhouses Award Winning cask Ales, a traditional pie and pea supper, using the finest locally produced meat pies and a presentation pack containing a bottle of Black Cat and Premier Bitter for those guests who do not wish to consume their four pints during the evening, all the above is offered at a cost of £15.50 per head.

Visits are only arranged by prior appointment. A non-returnable deposit of £100.00 is required to confirm a group booking (10 people), the balance to be paid 2 weeks before the date of your trip.

Door open at 7.30pm 

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