Food & Other products

items where a British drink is a key item. Not generically, like a beef & ale pie, but more like Aspall cyder mustard or St Peters hop soap

Wye Valley Brewery Open Day

Wye Valley Brewery
19 October 2013 - 10:00am - 4:00pm

Be among the first to check out Wye Valley Brewery’s new , energy-efficient brewhouse at its annual Open Day this Saturday.

Tours and tastings run throughout the day alongside live music and a pig roast. Award-winning “hypnogician” Kiegan Vallely will be performing as will the Leominster Morris Dancers, with face-painting for the young – and young at heart.

The Swan Beer Festival

6 September 2013 - 8 September 2013

The Swan Inn at Stratford St Mary in Suffolk is holding its first beer festival since being bought by beer doyen, Mark Dorber.

Renowned for introducing great beer to a wider audience during his tenure at The White Horse at Parsons Green, Dorber’s new gaff already boasts up to 70 bottled beers, 10 taps, plus wine and beer matching tips for every dish on the locally-sourced menu.

Hattingley Valley Charity Open Day

31 August 2013 - 11:00am - 4:30pm

What better way to celebrate the arrival of a much-cherished newcomer than with an Open Day? How about one which is in aid of MOVE, the charity dedicated to Hampshire's critically disabled youngters. 

Hattingley Valley is launched its long awaited 2011 vintage – a tasty, elegant number – with wine tours, vintage car displays, sheep races and much more.

Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival

5 September 2013 - 15 September 2013

Once more the residents of Brighton & Hove are putting on a food and drink spectacular for locals and visitors alike this September. With some of England's finest beers, wines and ciders on its doorstep, not to mention some of the most creative chefs this side of the world, this is a must for any food and drink lover.

I've got my eye on the Harveys Beer & Foraging Dinner, the evening or Regency Wine & Cheese with Mr Butler and Mr Deaves, to kick it all off, the Bitter & Twisted local beer and cider evening, and to finish proceedings – of course – the Brighton Beer & Cider Festival.

Beer by the River

14 September 2013

To celebrate its fifth birthday, Sambrook's Brewery is teaming up with the National Trust to host Beer by the River at Morden Hall Park in south London. 

Sitting next to the River Wandle, the name which graces Sambrook's flagship beer, Morden Hall Park was a natural choice for brewery founder Duncan Sambrook. A wildlife haven in its own right, it comes complete with a historic, restored waterwheel and plenty of places for the kids to play.

Brogdale Farm

Brogdale Farm plays host to the gem that is the National Fruit Collection. Within an hour or so of London you can visit the world's largest collection of fruit trees and plants.

Open daily throughout the summer, take advantage of daily guided tours, lasting about an hour. Or visit during the week in the winter. On the guided tours, your guide will pluck the latest apple, cherry or plum off the tree for you to try.

  • Tours
  • Café and/or Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Child Friendly
  • Public Transport within 5 miles