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Tour information

Before you come for the tour, why not take a look at the trailer for the Fuller's Brewery History DVD? Available from the Brewery Shop, it contains insights into the history of this famous old brewery, including a 30-minute 'brewery tour' section with head brewer John Keeling and his predecessor, Reg Drury.

History of the Griffin Brewery (3.1mb)


If you’ve ever wondered how Fuller’s make such great beers now is your chance to find out! This section will tell you how to book a brewery tour with one of our experienced guides, finishing with an introduction to the wonderful world of beer tasting!

Advance booking is essential, so please contact the Tours Administrator, or call 020 8996 2063 with your preferred date and time, or use the tour booking form.

Our tours last approximately 1½ -1¾ hours and begin at the brewery tap, The Mawson Arms pub.

Tours run at the following times:

Monday to Friday* at 11am / 12pm / 1pm / 2pm and 3pm (except UK public holidays)


*Due to high demand we can only offer tours for school groups on Monday or Tuesday.


Tours prices:

Adults over 18 with tasting session: £10 per person in advance (within 24 hours of the tour time will be charged at £12)
Fine Ale Club Members: £8 per person
Vintage Ale Tour: £15 per person (£13 Fine Ale Club members) - Must pay in advance
School groups ages 16 to 18 without tasting session: £7 per person (Mon-Tues only)

The tour of the Griffin Brewery incorporates all parts of the brewing process from the arrival of the raw materials to the packaging of the beer on the cask racking line. The tour ends with a full tasting session of Fuller’s beers including London Pride. Visitors will also be able to see the Fuller’s wisteria – which is believed to be the oldest in the country.

Should you wish, you can also enjoy a relaxing lunch in The Mawson Arms (please call 0208 994 2936 to book).

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