The Visitor Centre
Belvoir Alehouse and Restaurant shares a modern, airy building with the Belvoir Brewery. The Alehouse stocks a full range of Belvoir Brews and other local drinks, memorabilia and gifts.
As a new build the Alehouse is all on one level, making it eminently suitable for less mobile visitors. The vast majority of the brewery is similarly accessible.
The Belvoir Alehouse is open at the following times:
12-7 pm Monday & Tuesday serving cold snacks from 12-7pm
12-10 pm Wednesday & Thursday serving our full menu from 12-2:30pm & 5-8:30pm
12-11 pm Friday & Saturday serving our full menu from 12-2:30pm & 5-9pm
12-6 pm Sunday serving a Carvery from 12-4pm
Visitors are invited to browse the Alehouse artifacts, view the Brewery through the large adjoining windows or relax with a drink or over a meal before or after their guided Brewery Tour.
Tours of the Belvoir Brewery are normally available but need to be booked in advance.
You can also book tours with a meal – see all the prices below and call 01664 823978 to make your booking:
Package 1 – £8.95
Our knowledgeable guide will take you through the entire brewing process from raw materials to dispatch of the finest product. A tutored tasting of three of our fine ales in the Alehouse afterwards rounds off your visit.
Package 2 – £14.50
For groups of 8 or more, as package 1, but followed by a buffet of homemade and local produce, including Melton Mowbray Pork Pie, Long Clawson Blue Stilton and homemade chutney and pickles.
Package 3 – £22.50
As package 1 with a 2 course meal from our Taste of the Vale of Belvoir menu.
Package 4 – £25
For any number of people, as for package 1, but with a 3 course meal from our Taste of the Vale of Belvoir menu.
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