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Whitewater Brewery Tours and Tap Room

Lakeside Brae, Clarkhill Road, Castlewellan, County Down, BT31 9RH
Whitewater Brewery Tours and Tap Room

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Our adventure got up and flowing on the banks of the Whitewater in 1996. Upriver in the Mountains of Mourne, on our 5th generation family farm. We did our first brew in my great grandfather’s shed.

Over the years we experimented and produced many different beers. Some of them were firsts of their kind in Ireland, some of them were lasts of their kind, and some still remain with us to this day.

With hard work and perseverance our beer, born in a barn by the river, was really flowing. Until eventually we reached a point where we needed a “bigger shed.”

Now we are proud to open our new home for the Whitewater Brewing Company and Tap House. On your visit you will hear about Whitewater’s journey, we will show you round our brewery, you will learn a bit about how we make some of our award-winning brews, then head back to the new tap house to try some ales & hear some tales.

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Attraction Facilities

  • Guided Tours Available

Establishment Features

  • Accept coach parties

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£20.00 per ticket

Children (12 yrs - 17 yrs) £15 when accompanied by a paying adult. (1 Non alcoholic drink included) No Under 18s are permitted to consume alcohol.
Under 12’s free (Under 12’s are not permitted to enter the production area and must be supervised at all times).

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