Explore the mystical world of Wadworthshire and discover our history & heritage in the Brewery Visitor Centre…
Located in the bustling market town of Devizes, approximately 20 miles from Malmesbury, the Visitor Centre is open Monday* to Saturday all year round for you to browse & enjoy. Boasting a free self-guided exhibition of brewing memorabilia, a unique collection of hand painted pub signs, and much more, there really is more to Wadworth than meets the eye.
Their onsite sampling bar will enable you to appreciate their range of wonderfully hand crafted ales in comfortable surroundings, with a knowledgeable Visitor Centre Team on hand to answer any of those brewing questions you may have. Hot and soft drinks are available as well as their famous Wadworth Pork Pie & Cheese Platter (available 12-4pm daily – subject to availability).
Our Brewery Shop is fully stocked with a wide selection of gift ideas, merchandise and of course their complete range of beers, all of which have been chosen with you in mind. They are also proud stockists of the exclusive Wadworth World of Wine range.
*Closed on Bank Holiday Mondays – please contact Wadworth for seasonal opening hours
**Advance booking is strongly recommended as places are limited
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