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A great experience. While it is a short tour and there were only three beers to taste, this was one of the most enjoyable afternoons I’ve had in some time. The beer is sensational and the food exceptional.
Authentic and novel are over used words as we know but Chiltern Brewery is quite simply authentic and novel.Where else can you obtain such quality both beer and food...their Christmas pudding is simply wonderful.If you like the concept of zero food miles and would like...More
JamesB11475, General Manager at Chiltern Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for your kind words, we are absolutely thrilled! We look forward to seeing you again soon - cheers!
A friend and I recently visited the Chiltern Brewery for the tour. I have visited the shop before, but i'm always driving past, and have wanted to do the tour for a long time, to find out more and support this local family run business....More
As the title says we got here by mistake but Rob, made it the most amazing experience ever. As the taxi left we were greeted by Rob, with an amazing smile and friendly personality. Rob spent over an hour of his time explaining every item...More
I came across the brewery whilst out and about in the gorgeous Chilton Hills. I didn’t do a tour but went into the shop. The gentleman serving there was a delight to talk to and very knowledgeable about the beers and other products on sale....More
Thank Bob S
James B, Public Relations Manager at Chiltern Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded August 6, 2018
Hi Bob, thank you for your lovely comments - we are delighted that you enjoyed your time with us & look forward to welcoming you on our tour soon!
I went with family for the tour on a Saturday afternoon. It was most informative of the basic brewing technique, and for the layman, that's all that is needed.
Our treat was to enjoy a half pint before the tour and then taste a few...More
James B, Public Relations Manager at Chiltern Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded June 20, 2018
Thank you for your lovely review - we are thrilled to hear that you enjoyed your time with us! Your suggestion of a discount for purchases on the day is one we will take onboard and review, thank you. We hope to see you again...More
This is a tiny brewery and feels like a really genuinely family affair. There’s a sizeable car park at the front of the main ‘barn’ where you’re presented with the well stocked shop, housing everything from their casked ales to cheese, biscuits, vodka and glasses....More
I got my husband a tour for 2 voucher for Christmas. The staff here are welcoming, knowledgeable and friendly also giving information on the products without a pushy sales technique. The tour we were on was fully booked; ample opportunities to sample the beers that...More
Took my husband here as we both love our ales and we weren't disappointed. There was quite a few of us on the tour - advisable to book especially if you want to go on a Saturday. They sat us down in the main area...More
Sally D, Public Relations Manager at Chiltern Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded November 21, 2017
Thanks so much for your review of our tour, so glad you enjoyed it and it's great to hear your feedback. You have made our day at the brewery :)
Response from JamesB11475 | Property representative |
Hi there - The Chiltern Brewery runs The King's Head in Aylesbury, which is just a short drive / taxi ride away. It's an historic pub that's been around since 1455, serves proper home-cooked food, and has a great range of... More
Hi there - The Chiltern Brewery runs The King's Head in Aylesbury, which is just a short drive / taxi ride away. It's an historic pub that's been around since 1455, serves proper home-cooked food, and has a great range of guest beers alongside Chiltern Brewery regulars. Hope this helps!