What goes into making Fuller's ales taste so good? Just how much has brewing changed? How do we continue to thrive in an ever-changing world? You'll discover the answers to these questions and the secrets of our success when you visit the Griffin Brewery.
A unique opportunity to see behind the scenes of a world famous working brewery.
Whether you're looking for history and heritage, an insight into ale-making or just some superb samples, you'll find them all here. Our Guides aim to answer your questions and give you a fascinating glimpse into British beer-making. The tour lasts around two hours and finishes with the highlight: a tasting of some of Fuller's finest ales.
£20 Tasting Tour
(£18.52 + £1.48 booking fee)
Our tours operate Monday – Thursday and Saturday at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. On Friday, we offer tours at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, and 4pm.
Both experiences are subject to availability. We do not currently run tours on Sundays or public holidays.
The booking tool above is for booking regular tasting tours and will allow for a maximum group of 15 people.
Larger groups, private groups and non-tasting groups can be accommodated. These are bespoke bookings, so plenty of notice is appreciated. Just give us a call on 020 8996 2063. Our office hours are 10am to 8pm from Monday to Saturday.
For tasting tours, the minimum age is 18. For non-tasting tours, the minimum age is 16.
To redeem a voucher, please use the booking tool above. Select a suitable date and time, then click 'Buy Now'. A pop up screen will appear, select the button labelled 'Discount/Voucher code' then enter you code and click 'Apply'.
Your discount code can be found at the top of your voucher. One code may be used per transaction. If you are using multiple codes, you must make separate bookings.
For your safety
Your safety is important to us. Please stay close to your tour group and follow all instructions given by your tour guide at all times. No flip-flop style shoes are permitted in the brewery. Long, flowing clothing should also be avoided. Please note the tour route includes several flights of stairs and there are few places to sit down, so those with mobility issues may find the tour challenging.
We regret that we are unable to take any children aged under 16 or babes in arms on any of our tours.
Directions and parking
Arriving by public transport:
The closest tube station to the Griffin Brewery is Turnham Green, which is a 15–20 minute walk away.
Turn left out of the station and left again at Chiswick High Road. Walk along Chiswick High Road until you reach the Sainsbury's Local. Turn right onto Chiswick Lane. At the end of the road, on the park side, you'll see a subway that brings you outside the brewery.
Arriving by car:
If you're planning to drive, please note that parking around the brewery site is limited but there are a few metered parking bays in Chiswick Lane South.
Right next door to the brewery is The Mawson Arms. Why not make the most of your visit by enjoying a fantastic lunch in this traditional English pub?