30th October 2022 @ 9:30 am
The National Brewing Museum
Horninglow St
Burton upon Trent, Burton-on-Trent DE14 1NG
Burton and Lesley Marsland
07774 410245

Starting venue Costa Coffee4C Tallys End, Barlborough, Chesterfield S43 4WP Meeting at 9:30, Leaving at 10:00. Please arrive earlier if you having a breakfast.

Our route wiil be on side roads and lanes to The Great British Car Journey, nr Ambergate for a Coffee Stop, then onto the A38 to Burton on Trent

From the Brewery Centre web site

The museum also celebrates the social history of the development of brewing – the real life experiences and stories of the people who helped to build Burton’s world-renowned brewing reputation.

Tours start with a holographic-style presentation of the history of brewing, then our experienced guides take visitors through each step of the brewing process and explain the fascinating roles that the steam engines and vintage vehicles on show played in the development of the industry.

The William Worthington microbrewery brings the tour up to the present day – with the chance to sample some great local ales brewed on site!

Our  Peaks and Pennines Group Tour

I have booked 20 places on the 1:30 guided tour, these will be allocated on a first come first served basic, I may be able to book more nearer the weekend,

Self guided tours will be available if you are unable to book onto a guided tour.

The group tours are led by our team of experienced & passionate guides. Their historical knowledge and amusing anecdotes will ensure your group has a truly enjoyable visit.

Our on-site William Worthington micro-brewery is fully operational and produces famous brands like Worthington White Shield, IPA & Red Shield. All our tours take a look at this impressive operation and at the end of the tour you can enjoy sampling some of the ales that have been brewed on site by our Head Brewer and his team.

Sorry the Sunday Carvery at the Centre is fully booked, other pubs nearby provide food

Our Coffee Stop is in the cafe at The Great British Car Journey

The GBCJ tells the story of a British industry which in its heyday was a worldwide force and its products could be found in all corner of the globe. Its heroes are the popular cars from a bygone era when for half a century, British cars did literally “rule the road”. Many of these cars are now incredibly rare.

Many of the cars are visible over the barrier on route to the cafe, unfortunately time will not allow a full visit into the venue today, admission normally costs £14.00, the group admission price is slightly less.

Members (and prospective members) are welcome to join or leave an any point, please let the leader know if you intend to do this so we are not waiting for you, and if you are leaving mid route, ensure that the cars behind know you are leaving the convoy,  or you may find you have  extra guests at your house for tea !!!!

Please study the clubs Good Driving Guide before coming on a run

See some of the places we plan to visit (or revisit)

A Route Card for this event is now available HERE   (NOT the Forum or the clubs Facebook page) , you must download it, print it out and bring a hard copy with you, this is a Health and Safety requirement.

A copy of the route card on your Iphone is not ideal, its not easy to refer to under pressure when you are well and truly lost !!








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