Our beer hall is a premier Boston venue overlooking our brewery production and the city skyline. We can host evening events for up to 400 guests and have a unique, semi-private daytime event space for up to 70 guests. Our space is a great option for corporate, social, alumni events, fundraisers and private parties with catering and brewery tours available.
Wychwood Brewery is situated within the heart of Witney. You will be able to enjoy the freshest selection of beers including Legendary Hobgoblin, Brakspear Oxford Gold, as well as a wide range of Wychwood beers. The brewery shop is opened Monday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm, where you can purchase bottles and a wide range of merchandise from the brewery shop as well as gift packs and mixed selection cases.
The newly opened taproom features modern seating areas whilst remaining traditional to the brewery roots which is celebrated throughout. The Brewery Tap is open Thursday – Sunday and will host regular events, including Beer and Food pairing, quiz nights and live music.
Wychwood Brewery is open for public tours Thursday, Friday and during weekends. Booking is essential. The tour experience lasts approximately 1.45 hours and takes you through the brewing process of Wychwood & Brakspear Beers, from seeing the raw ingredients to the finished product, taking in the Copper, Mash Tun and Brakspear’s famous Double Drop system. After the tour, you are invited to sample the flagship Legendary Hobgoblin and a range of Wychwood and Brakspear bottled beers, including Hobgoblin IPA – voted the ‘World’s Best IPA’ at The World Beer Awards 2018.
Otokoyama sake brewery museum introduces sake brewing culture as Japanese traditional industry and history of Otokoyama from 350 years.
You can see valuable materials, document and sake set in the Edo period, and can also see a part of sake brewing when brewing.
Free entrance fee, we sell items of the brewery limited in tasting & shop.
About 200,000 people visit here every year with Furano, Biei and Asahiyama Zoo as a sightseeing spot in Hokkaido.
Asahi is one of Japan's top four beer producers and has its roots in Osaka. Its most well-known and internationally recognized product is Asahi Super Dry, a very light, crisp lager, which was launched in 1987. The Suita Factory (アサヒビール吹田工場, Asahi Beer Suita Kōjō) in Osaka is the company's first brewery, built in 1891.
Free brewery tours are offered at the Suita Factory which lasts about 90 minutes and includes a tasting session. Most tours are conducted in Japanese, while multilingual audio guides are available for download to one's mobile device. English tours are held only on a few selected days.
A typical tour starts with a video presentation of the Asahi products and continues to galleries with displays about the history of the company and the production process of beer. It then moves on to observation decks from where the brewery's canning, bottling and packing areas can be viewed from behind windows. Along the way, there are also promotional posters from past decades and a section showcasing the factory's collection of international beers.