The National Brewery Centre

Horninglow St, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire DE14 1NG
126 Horninglow Street Burton upon Trent England DE14 GB
01283 532 88001283 532 880

Discover the history, art and fun of brewing, and learn all about the legendary Bass family and their role in the development of brewing.

Take a tour and listen to the guides taking you through the process of brewing and explaining the fascinating roles steam engines and vintage vehicles played in the development of the industry. You will also get a chance to sample some great local ales.

If you are a steam enthusiast you will be delighted with the steam trains and the Director’s coach on site, and you will see a model of a fantastic network of rail that existed around Burton when Bass Brewery had its own railway network. You will even see a fine collection of vintage brewing industry vehicles and a bottle-shaped car that still works.

From April to October, there are two magnificent horses you can visit in the brewery stable and for a small fee you can see them in action as you take a short carriage ride on site. Afterwards you could head to the café for refreshments or take a stroll around the shop if you fancy buying a souvenir to take home with you.

The whole of the family, young and old, will enjoy a visit at this historic and interesting brewery centre.

Facilities: There are disabled parking spaces and wheel-chair friendly access.

Opening Times: For opening hours, log onto their website.