Unit 1 & 2, Yelverton Road
Welcome to Sambrook’s Brewery – brewing craft beer in Battersea since 2008 It’s a big claim, but we believe our brewery tours are the best in town. First off, they’re FREE and that includes a free beer on arrival! Always run by a core member of the team, we'll share with you our knowledge and enthusiasm for everything from the ingredients to the brewing process. Mainly though, our tours are a fun and different way to have a few drinks with friends. What's included You'll receive a welcome taster of one of our flagship ales as soon as you walk in the door before we embark on a 45 minute guided tour of the brewery with one of our all-knowing resident beer geeks. You'll learn about how we got started, try the ingredients and go behind-the-scenes in the brewhouse and fermentation room to see the brewing process and how a pint comes together. You'll have the opportunity to 'ooh' and 'ahh' over such exciting things as our trusty malt mill and much-loved mash tun. If it takes your fancy you can skip delightedly between rows of fermentation vessels – we're here to please. Afterwards, our taproom overlooking the brewhouse remains open until 10pm for you to relax, hang out and enjoy your favourite Sambrook's tipple. We think our Battersea brewhouse is a thing of beauty and we hope you’ll agree. Notes & FAQs Tours are run at 7pm on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, and at 1pm on the 1st Saturday of the month. Whilst the tours are free, you must sign up online in advance as places are strictly limited for each tour. Tickets are released two weeks before each date so you should always find at least one tour available for booking. Our taproom is open 5-10pm on Thursdays. It serves our core range of beers on cask and keg, plus seasonal specials. We also offer bottles of cider, a house white, a house red and soft drinks. We have a range of tasty bar snacks, but if you want something more substantial you are welcome to order takeaway and eat in at no extra cost. Our barman will be able to recommend good local restaurants. Well-behaved dogs are very welcome in the brewery taproom and shop, but they're not allowed in production areas like the brewhouse and fermentation room.