Speight’s Ale House
Speight’s has been churning out beer on this site since the late 1800s. The 90-minute tour (noon, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, plus 10am and 7pm in...
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Speight’s Ale House information
Lonely Planet review
Busy even in the non-university months, the Ale House is a favourite of strapping young lads in their cleanest dirty shirts. A good spot to watch the rugby on TV, and to try the full range of Speight’s beers.