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Robinsons Brewery Visitor Centre, Stockport

At the Robinsons Brewery Visitor Centre you can discover the heritage of this proudly independent family brewery. Journey through the brew house and learn about the brewing process, see the largest Hopnik in the world, which extracts the hop flavours. Pay a visit to the Shire Horses, find out how to run a pub and explore vintage gems showcasing how things have changed since 1838. There are various events held throughout the year – such as beer and food matching. Sample the award winning cask ales. Come and submerge yourself in 175 years of brewing.

We advise you to pre-book to avoid any disappointment.

Robinsons is located in the heart of Stockport’s redevelopment area on historic Apsley Street, five minutes’ walk from the Mersey Way shopping centre and approximately 10-15 minutes’ walk from Stockport Station.

Robinsons is on a direct route from the M6 and M62, and positioned close to the M60 Junctions 26 and 27 – ideal if travelling from Cheshire, North Wales, Lancashire, Cumbria and Greater Manchester or further afield. Plus with easy access to the A6, Robinsons is perfectly located for day visits from Derbyshire.

Other Near-By Attractions
Robinsons have teamed up with other local attractions to offer exciting and interesting itineraries for groups looking for a whole day out. Stockport Staircase Museum, Hat Museum, & plenty of National Trust attractions all within easy access, as are Dunham Massey, Arley Hall, Tatton Park, Lyme Park & Style Mill.

Robinsons Visitor Centre
Apsley Street, Stockport,
Manchester, SK1 1JJ

Telephone: 0161 612 4100

Official Website : www.robinsonsbrewery.com/brewery-experience

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