Brewery Tap in general Reviews
Description:Cliff Road, Ipswich. Tel No. +44(0)1473 281508.
Newest Review: ... which is home to the Brewery Tap today. Thankfully the Brewery was saved by a management buyout in 1990 and the production of quality cask and bottled beers was resumed with todays Tolly beers regularly winning awards for quality and taste. The Brewery Tap, which opened in 1992, was the first pub the new Tolly Cobbold opened - although I believe they have a few more today. From the first ... more
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by - written on 09/03/01, updated on 09/03/01 (Very useful, 487 readings)
The Brewery Tap is a great pub and a genuine 'tap room'. It's located on the opposite side of the building from the Tolly Cobbold Brewery so you can always guarantee that this is the place to taste Tolly Beers at their finest. I know that some people will think that the words Tolly Cobbold and fine beer don't really go together - and for a while that was true - Tolly Cobbold actually dates back to 1723, when Thomas Cobbold built his first Brewery merging with The Tollemache's in 1957. The Company remained true to it's roots until the 70's when it was sold - eventually ending up under the ownership of the Brent Walker Group ... Read the complete review
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