1. Leeds: Guided Craft Beer Tour
Meet your guide at the Nomadic Beers in Leeds, a leading microbrewery specializing in craft beer inspired by traditional styles. At this stop, see the brew kit, learn about the brewing process, and sample some of Nomadic Beers' brews, right from the source. The second stop is Brew York New Briggate, Leeds' taproom for York-based brewery, Brew York. Founded in 2016, Brew York is one of Yorkshire's leading craft breweries. Learn more about beer styles whilst enjoying some of Brew York's leading-edge craft brews. From Brew York, walk to the Turk's Head, the craft beer sister bar of neighboring 300-year-old Whitelocks. Here, listen as your guide talks through the modern history of beer and sample different pioneering craft beer styles. The final stop is Friends of Ham. Opened in 2012, this has been one of Leeds' trail-blazing craft beer bars of the last ten years. Get to know some of the modern craft beers Friends of Ham has to offer. After the tour finishes, you'll be able to stay a little longer if you wish. Food is also available to purchase here (not included in the tour price). Ten different beers are included as part of the tour, varying in style and strength. These will be served in either third pint, half-pint, or bottle/can sharing measures.