National Brewery Centre (Brewery Tap)Horninglow Street
Burton upon Trent
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The Brewery Tap is part of the National Brewery Centre but has a separate entrance from the main museum (which opens at 10am). It showcases beers from the associated William Worthington's Brewery, but which are marketed under the name of the Heritage Brewing Company.
OPEN TO ALL AND NO ENTRANCE TICKET TO THE NATIONAL BREWERY CENTRE IS REQUIRED.
The comfortable L-shaped single-room bar and the adjacent restaurant (with its mezzanine floor) are bright and airy, and furnished in a modern style, despite being packed with brewery memorabilia. The 'cellar' can be viewed through a window in the bar. Food is served in the both the bar and the restaurant. An L-shaped conservatory overlooks the garden and an enclosed children's play area. Outdoor drinking on a part-covered patio and in the garden.
Jazz Club first Wednesday of month, Firkin Comedy Club last Friday of month (except August or December in both cases); various other events are organised throughout the year - details on website.