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7th May 2021


The major museum and tourist attraction in Burton upon Trent celebrates the history, art and fun of brewing with an interactive museum, a bar and restaurant, a beer boutique and a café. When the National Brewery Centre reopens, visitors will be able to enjoy guided and self-guided tours from 22 May and the Escape Rooms Brewery Bandits from 20 May.

A full events calendar has also been scheduled including tribute acts, comedy evenings, a toy fair, a Peaky Blinders casino and dinner, and Oktoberfest. Prices vary and tickets can be booked online at

Following Government guidelines, the National Brewery Centre has put in place measures to keep staff and visitors safe from infection. The bar and restaurant will be open and guests will be asked to give their details to comply with track and trace requirements.

Sarah Tooley, General Manager at the National Brewery Centre said: “We’re really excited to be able to welcome back our visitors. We have so many entertaining events lined up with something for everyone and we’d welcome the support of beer lovers and their families who we know will enjoy visiting our museum.”

About the National Brewery Centre:

The National Brewery Centre is a museum and tourist attraction in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. The centre celebrates the brewing heritage of Burton and features exhibits showcasing the history of brewing techniques. The centre also houses a bar and cafe, a history of the town, a collection of historic vehicles, a microbrewery and a Shire Horse collection.

For more information, visit

Press release from the National Brewery Centre

For press enquiries, please contact:

Simon Gribbon, on behalf of the National Brewery Centre

M: 07990 583371