Chester is a city with an exciting real ale scene, making it an ideal option when beer lovers are taking a trip. In this blog, we’ll list three local businesses you can bookmark in your browser, whether you’re travelling with mates or looking for libations on a company outing.
From brewery experience days to seasonal beer tasting masterclasses, the Brewhouse & Kitchen (B&K) on Love Street offers exciting activities for ale enthusiasts. B&K is also renowned for its famous “Beer Can Chicken”, which involves perfectly roasted poultry steamed over a can of American pale ale.
A traditional pub serving cask ales and keg beers, the Brewery Tap is easy to find at 52-54 Lower Bridge Street in the city centre. Here, you can quench your thirst from casks of English pale ale like Trio Brew Alien or Fresco and American IPAs like Earl Grey, along with stouts, bitters and ciders. Keg options include wheat beers, pilsners and lagers from across Europe.
Based in the heart of Chester at 26 Watergate Street, Beer heroes boasts 12 taps of carefully curated craft ales. It also hosts regular beer tasting in-house and has an online service supplying hundreds of different canned and bottle beers from around the world to UK customers via pick-up or home delivery.
Whether you’re a resident or a city visitor, next time you’re in Chester try these traders for your favourite tipple.