Westgate Street, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1QT, UK

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About Greene King Walk, Talk and Tasting Tour

Join Greene King as they take you on a walk through the brewery's history discovering their oldest buildings and finding out what they have been used for throughout time. 

The tour's knowledgeable guides will tell you everything you need to know about Greene King and how their beers are made.

Back in the Greene King Beer Cafe you will be able to watch a virtual tour of the brewery and enjoy a tutored tasting of their beers brewed in Bury St Edmunds and Belhaven Brewery in Dunbar.

Find out how they make the beers and what goes in to them to give that distinctive taste.

You can also sample the delicious new beer-based condiment range, featuring a chutney, mustard & marmalade all made by the brewery's friends at Scarlett & Mustard with Greene King and Belhaven Beer.

Why not come early and have something to eat in the café before your tour or stay and relax afterwards?

You will receive a free bottle of beer to take away and a 10% off voucher to spend in the café and the shop on the day.

There is a maximum of 6 people on each tour to ensure you are socially distanced and feel safe, following all the current Government Guidelines.

Book a Greene King Tour

To book a tour please call 01284 843326 or email

Tour Pricing

Tours are £18 per person.

Tour Times

Tours take around an hour and 40 minutes.

Tuesday: 2pm

Wednesday: 11am & 2pm

Thursday: 11am & 2pm

Friday: 11am & 2pm

Saturday: 11am 12.30pm 2pm

Please note: Children under 16 are not permitted on the tour. 16-17 year olds must be accompanied by an adult.

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