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This is a very interesting shop. Lots of beers, gins, etc. And cheeses, snacks, etc. Get the... read more

Reviewed August 22, 2013
rockford1410
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Good beer on tap to take away, polite staff, pure quality.

I used to go here often a few years ago to buy the draught beer to take away. The beers change... read more

Reviewed July 23, 2013
Komakino66
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Family owned brewery that has been open since 1980; offering award-winning real ales, beer foods and brewery tours. The brewery shop is open Monday to Saturday (please see website for exact timings).
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The Chiltern Brewery Nash Lee Road, Aylesbury HP17 0TQ, England
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+44 1296 613647
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Reviewed August 22, 2013

This is a very interesting shop. Lots of beers, gins, etc. And cheeses, snacks, etc. Get the postcode for your GPS before setting out, so as not to get lost.

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Reviewed July 23, 2013

I used to go here often a few years ago to buy the draught beer to take away. The beers change regularly but are always of a great standard. You can taste them before you buy too. I went here again last week and I'm...More

Thank Komakino66
Reviewed June 18, 2013

We visited the Chiltern Brewery in August 2012. The tour cost us around £10 included in the £10 we were given a free beer, a tour and beer and food matching experience. It is definitely value for money and well worth a visit if you...More

Thank jbbramley
Reviewed March 10, 2013

Would definitely recommend a visit to this micro brewery. On the website it mentioned an hours tour with a free sample. The tour went well beyond what we all expected and was great value for money. My dad has been on three very different brewery...More

Thank Darcy_292
Reviewed January 12, 2013

We visited here in November 2012 along with some friends that live in Aylesbury. We did not go on the tour, but we had a fun time browsing their shop. We tried several of their brews and had a great discussion with one of the...More

1  Thank ThoreauFan09
Reviewed October 1, 2012

I arranged to go on the brewery tour for part of my husband's birthday present. We visited in August 2012. I was on driving duties and not a great ale lover but had a brilliant time all the same. After a brief tour of the...More

Thank LizzieEv
Reviewed September 12, 2012

I've tried the products made with beer and they are good. I also tried the draught beer at the Bucks County show and despite opening various containers - I am afraid it was awful. I like a Best Bitter or a heavy beer - all...More

Thank Meester-Chris
Reviewed September 2, 2012

Lots to choose from & especially all the lovely beer! A nice place to visit. The staff are friendly & interested in where you're from. Lots of nice goodies too.

Thank Zumba12
Reviewed July 30, 2012

Good value for money. Plenty of food and the ales compliment them and give you an insight in the same way a wine tasting would. You'll be surprised how some foods change with the different drinks. The tour was fine - lacking a little in...More

Thank John B
Reviewed May 31, 2012

Friends took us to this brewery for tasting don't eat masses before you go as they supply loads of different cheeses and biscuits and plenty of local ales to try. The tour was really interesting not too long and you can buy all sorts of...More

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Latte99
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Response from James B | 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
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