What to do in London? Taste six types of British ale on this Traditional British Ale and Food Tasting Tour of London, including 6 samples of authentic pub food.
- A relaxing evening in a traditional, historic British pub
- Expert-led class: learn about different ales, how they’re brewed
- Taste six diverse types of ales in a variety of flavors
- Enjoy customary British foods made with fine local ingredients
- Evening educational experience led by expert cask master
- The local guide will entertain you with London’s history, customs, culture
- An intimate group of 20 people or fewer
With the revival of many classic craft breweries around Britain, the love of ale is rising again in the great city of London. Join us as we discover the intricate and complex process of crafting a fine casket of ale while also getting to taste and distinguish each flavor and process.
This evening masterclass will walk you through the brewing process from the earliest and most critical steps to how to store and even taste it. We’ll enjoy six tastings, including pale, dark, and ruby red ales, gluten-free beers, specialty ales, and London lager. Tutored by an expert cask master, you’ll also enjoy classic British foods and learn which food goes best with which beer.
These meals will be made on the spot by a chef so you can learn the unique and local ingredients and steps that go into crafting the perfect British meal with the perfect British drink. Enjoy tastings of mini fish and chips, mini steak and ale pies, Gloucestershire old spot sausages, wild boar and chorizo burgers, traditional British cheddar cheese, and much more!
Armed with so much new knowledge, you’ll be able to choose your favorite and end the evening enjoying a pint or a bottle from the selection you have tasted. Our guide will be with you throughout the evening, filling you in on the history of Britain and London, its culture and traditions, and to help you with any queries you may have and offer advice and insights on London for the rest of your stay.
An evening in a British pub is something not to be missed on a trip to the UK – combine that with delicious home-cooked traditional food, high-quality ales, and great company, and you will have an evening to remember!
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Last Updated on April 6, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com