About the Museum
Now the National Brewery Centre. Transport played an important part in the evolution of the brewing industry. From horse-drawn drays through to more modern-day vehicles. The Brewing Experience houses a fine collection of vehicles, that includes delivery wagons, fire trucks, a double-decker bus and special promotional vehicles, such as a 1920s Daimler bottle car that was built to deliver beer to pubs for promotional purposes. This unique collection provides an intriguing and fascinating element to your visit to The Brewing Experience. The vehicles are looked after by a team of dedicated volunteers.
Get in touch
Use the information below to get in touch with the museum before setting off.
Coors Visitor Centre and Museum of Brewing Office
- Address: The National Brewery Centre, Horninglow Street, Burton Upon Trent
- Postcode: DE14 1NG
- Phone: 01283 532 880
- URL: www.nationalbrewerycentre.co.uk
- The National Brewery Centre is open every day except Christmas and Boxing Days. From 1st April to 30th September our standard visitor opening hours are 10am - 6pm, with last entrance at 4.30pm and the daily Guided Tours are at 11am and 2pm. From 1st October to 31st March the hours are 10am - 4pm, with last entrance at 3.00pm and the Daily Guided Tours are at 11.00am and 1.30pm.
COORS VISITOR CENTRE AND MUSEUM OF BREWING
Within a radius of 10 miles:
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October's Historic Midlands
On 17 October 1940, second lieutenant Sandy Campbell of the Royal Engineers Bomb Disposal Company had successfully disposed a bomb in Canley but was killed while dealing with another the following day. Archive MIDLANDSAUTOJUMBLE.CO.UK