Why not try a guided tour of Wigan Brewhouse? Experience great ales, company & views of Wigan on the Wigan Brewhouse tour. Cost £13.50 per head minimum of 15 people.

Group tours are available Monday – Saturday; Sunday by arrangement. They start at 7pm (earlier starts can be accommodated) with ‘Last Orders’ called at 9.15p.m. In that time you’ll get a beer when you arrive, then we’ll go around the brewery, there’ll be more beer, you’ll see how the beer’s made, look at various malts, smell some hops, drink some beer from the Conditioning Tanks (you can’t beat beer from the tanks), learn about Wigan Brewhouse and beer in general; drink some more beer and then we’ll go back to the bar and drink the Wigan Brewhouse beer on tap (that we haven’t already drunk).

Tours include a choice of either pizza or sandwiches. (Veggie alternatives are available). Tours who don’t want food get an extra 20 minutes in the bar.

Tours must be booked in advance and can be arranged for 15 to 36 people – a 50% deposit is payable on booking. Final confirmation of numbers is required a minimum of a week before the tour date. Cost is £13.50p.h. (We are able to take Debit/Credit Card payments).

To obtain available dates and arrange your tour , call Catherine at the brewery on 01942 234976.

N.B. Friday and Saturday night tours are extremely popular and need to be booked well in advance.

The first Friday of every month is generally made available for individual bookings so if you’d like to book a brewery tour for yourself, for you and a partner, for a small group of friends or as a gift, simply contact Catherine for tickets. Numbers for these dates will be limited to 30 people per tour and will be strictly on a first come basis. The cost is £13.50 p.h. with tours starting at 7.p.m. and with the same arrangements as Group Tours.

Tickets for these tours will be released two – three months in advance, so please check regularly for new dates.

Available dates:

  • 2nd November 2018
  • 7th December 2018
  • 1st February 2019

N.B The brewery has some very steep stairs and floors may be wet or slippery – so sturdy footwear is recommended. Also due to the nature and age of our building, disabled access is extremely limited.